Resources by Topic

Employment Resources

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County Employment Services: Job fairs, resources for veterans, youth, people with criminal histories, and more. 

CareerSource: Resources to match interests to career fields, start career, advance career, help with job loss, search for job openings in Minnesota, etc.  

Jewish Family and Children's Services of Minneapolis: Career Services, children and family services, community service and engagement, counseling and mental health services, financial assistance and food security, and senior services.

  • Career services: career counseling and coaching, dislocated worker program, vocational rehabilitation, networking, training, and more.
  • Career service intake line: (952) 417-2111
  • Serves people of all ages and faith backgrounds in Hennepin County
  • Address: 5905 Golden Valley Rd, Golden Valley, MN 55422.

Minnesota Department of Employment and Economic Development: Find more information and resources under the "Job Seekers" tab.

  • Phone: (651) 259-7114 or (800) 657-3858
  • Address: 332 Minnesota Street, Suite E200 Saint Paul, MN 55101

Avivo: Services, MN family programs, dislocated worker programs, and employment services for people with disabilities. 

  • Employment Phone: (612) 752-8606

  • Main Phone: (612) 752-8000

  • Address: 1900 Chicago Avenue Minneapolis, MN 55404

HIRED: HIRED assists people with becoming qualified for and obtaining employment. Provides services such as career training, youth services, MFIP, training services, and other employment support and services. 

  • Phone: (612) 808-9500
  • Address: 217 Fifth Avenue North, Third Floor Minneapolis, MN 55401

Goodwill-Easter Seals: Career training and employment services. 

  • Phone: (651) 379-5800
  • Address: 553 Fairview Ave. N St. Paul, MN 55104

GCF Online Learning: Free online tutorials to strengthen skills such as Microsoft Office, as well as job search skills. 

Lifetrack Resources

  • Job Training: Development of hard skills and acquisition of relevant credentials needed for success in high-demand, good-paying careers. They work closely with area employers to ensure our participants are prepared to meet their needs.

  • Employment Services:  Development of soft skills such as job searching, interviewing, resume-building and related activities needed for finding jobs, as well as one-on-one post-employment supports needed for retailing jobs.

  • Educational Advancement: Linkage to continuing education programs for High School Diplomas/GED, ESL, and other academic supports

  • Financial Literacy Education:  Group and one-on-one instruction in working with the building blocks of financial security – setting up bank accounts, getting good credit, building savings and working toward financial goals.

  • Phone: (651) 227-8471

  • Address: 709 University Avenue West St. Paul, MN 55104-4804

Minnesota Job Bank: No fee online job bank for finding jobs and employees in Minnesota.

Minnesota Help: Minnesota Help is a hub for resources and information for job-seekers.

  • Phone: 1 (800) 333-2433

Online Job Search Sites

  • Career Builder www.careerbuilder.com
  • Indeed www.indeed.com
  • Zip Recruiter www.ziprecruiter.com
  • Monster www.monster.com
  • LinkedIn www.linkedin.com
  • City of Minneapolis Jobs www.ci.minneapolis.mn.us/jobs
  • City of St. Paul Jobs https://www.stpaul.gov/departments/human-resources/jobs
  • State of MN Jobs www.mn.gov/careers
  • Hennepin County Jobs www.hennepin.us/jobs
  • Ramsey County Jobs www.ramseycounty.us/jobs
  • Minnesota Jobs http://minnesotajobs.com/
  • Minnesota Council of Nonprofit Jobs https://jobs.minnesotanonprofits.org/ Job-Hunt www.job-hunt.org
  • Anoka County Jobs https://www.anokacounty.us/1432/Career-Opportunities