Goodwill of Central Arizona is set to open a new store in Mesa on Dec. 16, but now is the time to apply for a job there if you’re interested.
The brand new 21,500-square-foot store will be located at 2665 N. Power Road in Mesa. In anticipation of the new store, Goodwill is hiring approximately 30 to 40 hiring donation assistants, sales associates and retail merchandise processors. To apply, visit: www.jobs.goodwillaz.org.
“We’re thrilled to be joining the northeast Mesa community,” said Courtney Nelson, vice president of marketing and communications for Goodwill of Central Arizona. “Our research indicates a strong interest in Goodwill here and we look forward to providing a convenient shopping and donating location. We hope many northeast Mesa residents come out to the grand opening. There are always a plethora of treasures to be found at Goodwill.”
Nelson said Goodwill of Central Arizona is grateful for the goodwill of others, knowing people have a choice of where to bring their used clothing, household goods and furniture. “Without your generosity, we couldn’t do what we do. We’re proud of the fact that our career centers provide skills training and job placement, and are available to the general public at no-cost, all thanks to your goodwill.”
Goodwill of Central Arizona is deeply rooted in the local community and positively impacts Arizonans every day. Working as a positive catalyst for change, they take a neighborly approach by offering 70-plus community locations where gently used goods can be dropped off, which in turn help place thousands of people in Arizona jobs every year.
Because items sold at the retail stores range from classy to cool to unconventional—some would even say quirky—shopping at Goodwill is an adventure. You never know what you might find—from vintage clothing and furniture to modern household goods.
Whether it’s dropping off goods or shopping for them, what starts as a good deed becomes an opportunity for Goodwill of Central Arizona to be a steward in fighting unemployment and promoting a sustainable environment. Each year, they place thousands of people in jobs with more than a thousand Arizona employers.