Goodwill’s Daytona Beach Job Connection Center served approximately 3,800 job seekers in 2018, placing roughly 1,200 in jobs. PORT ORANGE — Billy Jack Howson is a tough man to keep up with in the aisles at the Goodwill store on Dunlawton Avenue. dave read. Pushing a dolly laden with merchandise, Howson, 44, weaves among customers like a NASCAR driver, efficiently stocking shelves with books, lamps and less easily classified bric-a-brac. “There’s always something to do,” said Howson, a mentally disabled adult who found employment with help from Goodwill Industries of Central Florida’s Daytona Beach Job Connection Center. Goodwill’s Daytona Beach Job Connection Center, at the corner of International Speedway Boulevard and Nova Road, served approximately 3,800 job seekers in 2018, placing roughly 1,200 in jobs. Through September, the Job Connection Center already has surpassed last year’s numbers — serving approximately 3,900 individuals and placing about 1,190 in jobs. On average, the center sees about 1,700 people each month, including repeat follow-up visitors. “We have different community resources,” said Jennifer Robertson, manager of the Daytona Job Co...