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Reentry Programs in Minnesota

Here are 99 non-profits organizations that assist ex-offenders finding employment in Minnesota:

  • 1. 180 Degrees - Brittany's Place - Emergency Youth Shelter & Transitional Living Program

    180 Degrees' Youth Vocational Program provides job readiness training to at-risk youth in its Emergency Youth Shelters and Transitional Living Programs. YoVoPro addresses employment and training disparities for those who face barriers to employment due to poverty, learning disabilities, and racial inequity. YoVoPro combines hard skills such as resume writing with soft skills like interview techniques to give students the necessary tools to acquire and retain employment for the first time. Career Coaches for YoVoPro also serve as a resource to help students navigate post-secondary education options (apprenticeships, college, training, etc). Upon completion of YoVoPro, students will feel confident in their abilities to enter the work force and compete at a higher level.

    , St Paul, 55106

    651-287-4801

  • 2. 180 Degrees - Central Minnesota Youth Shelter - St Cloud

    1101 Washington Memorial Drive, St. Cloud, 56301

    320-259-6764

  • 3. 180 Degrees - Clifton Place & Community Re-Entry Services

    236 Clifton Avenue South, Minneapolis, 55403

    612-813-5006

  • 4. 180 Degrees - Hope House - Emergency Youth Shelter

    , Excelsior,

    612-900-2077

  • 5. 180 Degrees - Minneapolis

    180 Degrees' Emergency Youth Shelters and Transitional Housing programs provide safe spaces for youth and young adults experiencing crisis, homelessness and exploitation including sex trafficking. 180 Degrees, Inc. serves men re-entering communities from correctional facilities in our residential half-way house program.

    236 Clifton Avenue So., Minneapolis, 55403

    612-813-5006

  • 6. 180 Degrees - Southeast Minnesota Youth Shelter - Vonwald

    4435 Bamber Valley Road SW, Rochester, 55902

    507-280-0110

  • 7. 180 Degrees - St. Paul

    180 Degrees' Youth Vocational Program provides job readiness training to at-risk youth in its Emergency Youth Shelters and Transitional Living Programs. YoVoPro addresses employment and training disparities for those who face barriers to employment due to poverty, learning disabilities, and racial inequity. YoVoPro combines hard skills such as resume writing with soft skills like interview techniques to give students the necessary tools to acquire and retain employment for the first time. Career Coaches for YoVoPro also serve as a resource to help students navigate post-secondary education options (apprenticeships, college, training, etc). Upon completion of YoVoPro, students will feel confident in their abilities to enter the work force and compete at a higher level.

    1301 E 7th Street, Saint Paul, 55106

    651-968-8908

  • 8. ATTIC Correctional Services, Inc. - St Paul

    Re-entry Services works with county clients to address employment, transportation, childcare, housing, and family issues. Reach-in services are also available to offenders in correctional centers as they plan their re-entry back into the community.

    1821 University Ave, St. Paul, 55104

    651-209-1688

  • 9. AccessAbility

    AccessAbility?s mission is to provide opportunities for self-sufficiency for people with barriers to employment and community inclusion. Our objective is to be leaders in enriching the lives of and growing inclusion opportunities for the people we serve. AccessAbility?s collaborative approach with educators, local businesses, government agencies and other service providers is to connect individuals with the resources they need to enrich their lives through recreational, vocational, and paid work opportunities so they can successfully integrate with their communities.

    360 Hoover Street NE, Minneapolis, 55413

    612-331-5958

  • 10. African Community Services

    The program will provide career exploration and planning activities along with work readiness skills training, mentoring, and job training and placement. Youth will have the opportunity to learn about in-demand careers and have the ability to earn credentials in high-growth fields.

    1305 E 24th St E, Minneapolis, 55404

    612-721-9984

  • 11. American Indian Opportunities Industrialization Center (AIOIC)

    Mission: To empower American Indians who wish to pursue career opportunities, we provide individualized education, training, and human services in a culturally rich environment.

    1845 E Franklin Ave, Minneapolis, 55404

    612-341-3358

  • 12. Anoka County Job Training Center

    Anoka County Empowers Program is a voluntary program that provides employment and training opportunities to youth and young adults. We can help you get a good paying job in the field of your interest or we can help pay for you to attend a two-year college as well as everything in between.

    2100 3rd Avenue, Anoka, 55303

    763-324-4000

  • 13. BI-CAP - YouthBuild

    BI-CAP?s YouthBuild program works with youth, ages 16-24 who have left the traditional school system. The program provides an opportunity for youth to spend 29 hours per week in academics, leadership development, and construction training. YouthBuild participants work four days a week earning the state minimum wage. They are divided into two teams and alternate each day between the classroom and the construction site. Cass Lake Bena ALC is BI-CAP YouthBuild?s educational partner. They provide an onsite Teacher/Learner Manager to assist participants in working toward their high school diploma. They also provide teaching staff through Adult Basic Education to prepare those participants more suited to earning their GED or Adult Diploma equivalency. Participant responsibilities include completing secondary education, job skills building, work experience, leadership and service learning projects. Under the service learning component, participants spend a portion of their time learning how to make home repairs as they maintain transitional homes owned by BI-CAP. Other service learning/community service activities include: maintaining a 2-mile stretch of Adopt-A-Highway on Highway 71 north, ringing bells for The Salvation Army Kettle Campaign, filling and distributing backpacks and duffel bags for low-income members and foster children in the community, and more. YouthBuild participants build a work history while learning to work with a team of staff and peers. While building with construction staff, participants may learn valuable skills such as appropriate work behavior, communication, safety on the jobsite, how to use power and hand tools, how to take measurements and read a blueprint. Participants also have the opportunity to work with a Placement Advisor while building a resume, performing skills assessments, exploring colleges and careers, and learning about soft skills and work ethics. They can also learn how to fill out a job or college application, how to file for financial aid, and receive interview coaching and assistance with their job search. A Life Skills Specialist provides help to youth to identify and meet their social service needs and teaches them to be more self-sufficient. This may include, helping them acquire a driver?s permit/license, finding daycare, applying for housing, budgeting, and tax preparation. Participants also have the opportunity to hear from speakers from agencies in the community on subjects such as mental health, housing renter?s rights and responsibilities, and substance abuse. BI-CAP YouthBuild staff work closely with these agencies in order to provide participant youth with additional information, support, and resources beneficial to their chances of success.

    8245 Industrial Park Road NW., Walker, 56484

    218-547-3438

  • 14. Better Futures Minnesota

    Better Futures reduces the economic and social costs of high-risk adults, primarily men of color, with histories of imprisonment, substance abuse, mental illness, chronic unemployment, and homelessness. We believe every man engaged in Better Futures is important, valuable and has the potential to achieve a better future._x000D_

    2620 Minnehaha Avenue South, Minneapolis, 55406

    612-351-8657

  • 15. Career Solutions

    Services are tailored to your unique needs and may include: - Assessment of your current skills and interests - Help in determining your career options - Support and assistance in getting a high school diploma or GED - Occupational skills training for a high-growth, high demand position - Access to earn-while-you-learn training opportunities - Assistance with job search components

    1542 Northway Drive, St. Cloud, 56303

    320-308-5320

  • 16. CareerForce - Bloomington

    4220 West Old Shakopee Road, Bloomington, 55437

    952-703-7730

  • 17. CareerForce - Brooklyn Park

    With over 50 CareerForce locations throughout the state, you?re sure to find one that fits your career development or talent matching needs. CareerForce is committed to helping: Individuals start, advance or change their career Employers attract, develop and retain talent, and Minnesota thrive economically As a collaborative group of private, public and nonprofit partners, we offer an impressive range of innovative services, including one-on-one guidance, training, networking, labor market information and much more. We are a rich resource for anyone, from any walk of life, at any career or recruitment stage.

    7225 Northland Drive, Brooklyn Park, 55428

    763-279-4400

  • 18. CareerForce - Burnsville

    As a collaborative group of private, public and nonprofit partners, we offer a range of innovative services, including one-on-one guidance, training, networking, labor market information and much more. We are a rich resource for anyone, from any walk of life, at any career or recruitment stage.

    2800 County Road 42 West, Burnsville, 55337

    952-703-3100

  • 19. CareerForce - Chaska

    With over 50 CareerForce locations throughout the state, you?re sure to find one that fits your career development or talent matching needs. CareerForce is committed to helping: Individuals start, advance or change their career Employers attract, develop and retain talent, and Minnesota thrive economically As a collaborative group of private, public and nonprofit partners, we offer an impressive range of innovative services, including one-on-one guidance, training, networking, labor market information and much more. We are a rich resource for anyone, from any walk of life, at any career or recruitment stage.

    602 East 4th Street, Chaska, 55318

    952-361-1711

  • 20. CareerForce - Elevated Career Services

    The mission of Elevated Career Services is to provide training, professional development, and employment services for those in need. We recognize that each individual?s needs are different, which is why we customize our services to meet the needs of our clients. Our goal is to help you act, and take charge of your career! We provide services for job seekers, students, entry level, mid-level, and professional workers.

    445 Minnesota Street, St. Paul, 55101

    651-256-9538

  • 21. CareerForce - Minneapolis North

    CareerForce is committed to helping: Individuals start, advance or change their career Employers attract, develop and retain talent, and Minnesota thrive economically As a collaborative group of private, public and nonprofit partners, we offer an impressive range of innovative services, including one-on-one guidance, training, networking, labor market information and much more. We are a rich resource for anyone, from any walk of life, at any career or recruitment stage.

    800 West Broadway Avenue, Minneapolis, 55411

    612-299-7200

  • 22. Carver County - CareerForce in Chaska

    CareerForce is Minnesota's rebranded workforce center system supporting career development opportunities and talent recruitment needs. All of our programs and services have improved to drive prosperous outcomes for career seekers, employers and all partners. CareerForce is here to help job seekers find a career that helps everyone strive, and to help Employers to find talent they need.

    602 East Fourth Street, Chaska, 55318

    952-361-1500

  • 23. Catholic Charities of St Paul and Minneapolis - Opportunity Center

    Employment services for homeless and near-homeless individuals in search of employment.

    740 East 17th Street, Minneapolis, 55404

    612-204-8300

  • 24. Central Minnesota Jobs and Training Services (CMJTS) - Cambridge

    Our mission is to strengthen Central Minnesota communities through leadership in workforce excellence.

    140 North Birch St., Cambridge, 55008

    763-645-1313

  • 25. Central Minnesota Jobs and Training Services (CMJTS) - Forest Lake

    Our mission is to strengthen Central Minnesota communities through leadership in workforce excellence.

    19955 N. Forest Road, Forest Lake, 55025

    651-275-7247

  • 26. Central Minnesota Jobs and Training Services (CMJTS) - Hutchinson

    Our mission is to strengthen Central Minnesota communities through leadership in workforce excellence.

    Two Century Ave. SE, Hutchinson, 55350

    320-587-4740

  • 27. Central Minnesota Jobs and Training Services (CMJTS) - Litchfield

    Our mission is to strengthen Central Minnesota communities through leadership in workforce excellence.

    114 North Holcombe Ave., Litchfield, 55355

    320-593-1056

  • 28. Central Minnesota Jobs and Training Services (CMJTS) - Milaca

    Our mission is to strengthen Central Minnesota communities through leadership in workforce excellence.

    1008 5th Street SE, Milaca, 56353

    800-284-7425

  • 29. Central Minnesota Jobs and Training Services (CMJTS) - Monticello

    Our mission is to strengthen Central Minnesota communities through leadership in workforce excellence.

    406 7th Street East, Monticello, 55362

    763-271-3700

  • 30. Central Minnesota Jobs and Training Services (CMJTS) - Mora

    Our mission is to strengthen Central Minnesota communities through leadership in workforce excellence.

    903 East Forest Ave., Mora, 55051

    320-679-6484

  • 31. Central Minnesota Jobs and Training Services (CMJTS) - North Branch

    Our mission is to strengthen Central Minnesota communities through leadership in workforce excellence.

    6241 Main Street, North Branch, 55056

    800-284-7425

  • 32. Central Minnesota Jobs and Training Services (CMJTS) - Olivia

    Our mission is to strengthen Central Minnesota communities through leadership in workforce excellence.

    105 South 5th Street, Olivia, 56277

    320-523-3525

  • 33. Central Minnesota Jobs and Training Services (CMJTS) - Pine City

    Our mission is to strengthen Central Minnesota communities through leadership in workforce excellence.

    315 Main St. South, Pine City, 55063

    800-284-7425

  • 34. Central Minnesota Jobs and Training Services (CMJTS) - Sandstone

    119 4th St., Sandstone, 55702

    800-284-7425

  • 35. Central Minnesota Jobs and Training Services (CMJTS) - Willmar

    Our mission is to strengthen Central Minnesota communities through leadership in workforce excellence.

    2101 15th Avenue NW, Willmar, 56201

    800-284-7425

  • 36. Central Minnesota Re-Entry Project

    Through innovative programming, CMNRP helps ex-offenders reshape their lives, reach their goals, and make successful transition from prison into community life.

    22 Wilson Ave NE Ste 26, St. Cloud, 56302

    320-656-9004

  • 37. City of Duluth - Workforce Development

    The City?s Duluth Workforce Development (DWD) Department has been serving the Duluth community since 1968 with quality employment and training services. As a partner in CareerForce, we are a key part of Minnesota?s career development and talent matching resource offering a variety of programs and services to career seekers and employers.

    411 W 1st St, Duluth, 55802

    218-302-8400

  • 38. City of Minneapolis - Workforce Development

    Through on-the-job experience, professional support, and work readiness training, Step Up interns develop foundational skills. Youth learn work readiness skills and participate in paid work experiences with local employer partners.

    505 4th Avenue S, Minneapolis, 55415

  • 39. City of St. Paul - Job/Workforce Resources

    Participants learn about career pathways in high-growth industries and in-demand occupations through career exploration, meeting industry professionals, field trips to worksites, information about St. Paul Public Schools Career Academies. Credential opportunities are available to youth in certain industries.

    15 Kellogg Blvd. W, Saint Paul, 55102

    651-266-8989

  • 40. Comunidades Latinas Unidas en Servicio - Austin

    Employment services are designed to identify and address a variety of barriers that prevent the Latino job seeker from obtaining and retaining meaningful employment. CLUES employment staff also attempts to tackle some of the tougher challenges facing clients seeking employment.

    111 Main St. N, Austin, 55912

    507-355-2575

  • 41. Comunidades Latinas Unidas en Servicio - Minneapolis

    Employment services are designed to identify and address a variety of barriers that prevent the Latino job seeker from obtaining and retaining meaningful employment. CLUES employment staff also attempts to tackle some of the tougher challenges facing clients seeking employment.

    777 East Lake Street, Minneapolis, 55407

    612-746-3500

  • 42. Comunidades Latinas Unidas en Servicio - St. Paul

    Employment services are designed to identify and address a variety of barriers that prevent the Latino job seeker from obtaining and retaining meaningful employment. CLUES employment staff also attempts to tackle some of the tougher challenges facing clients seeking employment.

    797 East 7th Street, St. Paul, 55106

    651-379-4200

  • 43. Comunidades Latinas Unidas en Servicio - Willmar

    Employment services are designed to identify and address a variety of barriers that prevent the Latino job seeker from obtaining and retaining meaningful employment. CLUES employment staff also attempts to tackle some of the tougher challenges facing clients seeking employment.

    324 3rd Street SW, Willmar, 56201

    320-262-5106

  • 44. Damascas Way Re-Entry Center - Golden Valley

    Damascus Way seeks to provide a structured, caring, spiritually-oriented environment that will enable men involved in the correctional system to remain crime- and chemical-free, while assisting them in meeting their individual goals.

    5730 Olson Memorial Highway, Golden Valley, 55422

    763-545-6558

  • 45. Damascas Way Re-Entry Center - Rochester

    Damascus Way seeks to provide a structured, caring, spiritually-oriented environment that will enable men involved in the correctional system to remain crime- and chemical-free, while assisting them in meeting their individual goals.

    1449 4th Ave. S.E., Rochester, 55904

    507-292-1700

  • 46. Damascas Way Re-Entry Center - Shakopee

    Damascus Way seeks to provide a structured, caring, spiritually-oriented environment that will enable men involved in the correctional system to remain crime- and chemical-free, while assisting them in meeting their individual goals.

    , Shakopee,

    763-299-0808

  • 47. Duluth - Youth Employment Services

    DWD?s Youth Employment Services (YES) Duluth program provides employment and education support to eligible youth and young adults that reside in Duluth and are ages 16 to 24 at time of enrollment.

    402 W 1st St, Duluth, 55802

    218-302-8400

  • 48. EMERGE

    EMERGE Workforce delivers training, career counseling, job placement and ongoing support for participants in an effort to develop their wage-earning and wealth-building potential and increase access to professional development. North 4 creates new pathways to success for gang or clique involved young men between the ages of 16-24 who live in North Minneapolis. The men learn leadership, workplace, and life skills, gain access to individual and group support, and opportunities to engage with the community.

    1834 Emerson Ave N, Minneapolis, 55411

    612-529-9267

  • 49. East Side Neighborhood Services

    Experienced career development counselors give you personalized help to find a job.

    1700 2nd Street NE, Minneapolis, 55413

    612-781-6011

  • 50. Evergreen Youth & Family Services

    Program will work closely with the Youthbuild program and referrals from internal programs. Staff work directly with youth to prepare them for education and employment. Support services will be provided to ensure youth can take advantage.

    PO Box 662, Bemidji, 56619-0662

    218-751-4332

  • 51. FreedomWorks

    The Welcome Back Center is a safe, stable environment where men are supported as they tackle reentry issues unique to former prisoners. FreedomWorks helps men develop a plan to find employment, learn financial responsibility, and become productive citizens.

    2929 Emerson Ave N, Minneapolis, 55411

    612-522-9007

  • 52. Goodwill - Easter Seals

    Our core programs provide employment services specifically designed for people with barriers to work. Through training, individuals gain the skills, attitudes and work behaviors needed to assist them in finding and keeping employment.

    553 Fairview Avenue N., St. Paul, 55104

    651-379-5800

  • 53. Greater Bemidji

    Participants create an individual employment plan including options to learn about employer expectations, work readiness, careers in high demand occupations, and technical training opportunities. Work experiences and credentialing opportunities will be provided to youth. Wraparound services are offered to ensure successful completion of programming.

    102 1st St W, Bemidji, 56601

    218-444-5757

  • 54. HIRED, Inc

    HIRED was originally founded to provide employment counseling and support to ex-offenders, and the agency continues to develop programs to help clients with criminal convictions gain skills and find employment.

    217 Fifth Avenue North, Minneapolis, 55401

    612-808-9500

  • 55. HIRED, Inc - Bloomington

    Intensive, one-to-one instruction on workplace skills and the job search process.

    1701 American Blvd E, Bloomington, 55425

    952-346-4083

  • 56. HIRED, Inc. - Minneapolis

    Intensive, one-to-one instruction on workplace skills and the job search process.

    1200 Plymouth Avenue North, Minneapolis, 55411

    612-529-3342

  • 57. Hope 4 Youth

    HOPE 4 Youth assists young people with education and employment opportunities that create career pathways.

    2665 4th Ave N, Anoka, 55303

    763-323-2066

  • 58. Inter-County Community Council (ICCC)

    Inter-County Community Council provides a variety of services designed to help gain employment or enhance your current employment opportunities. The employment and training programs provide services to residents and businesses in Northwest Minnesota through the following programs; Workforce Innovation Opportunity Act (WIOA), Minnesota Youth Program (MYP), Senior Community Service Employment Program (SCSEP), and State Dislocated Worker Program. Our Employment Case Managers provide job training and assessments for career exploration and additional employment services within our seven county service area. We provide people with career counseling and direction to determine the appropriate career paths and what actions are needed to achieve their goals. Employment and training programs provide an opportunity to make a difference in each and every person that receives services. We provide training opportunities that will help individuals gain the knowledge and experience to obtain employment.

    207 Main St, Oklee, 56742

    888-778-4008

  • 59. Merrick Community Center

    Trained staff help assess work-related skills and interests and match them to available jobs. Staff help with the initial contact and follow-up with job seekers until the right match is found.

    1669 Arcade Street N., St. Paul, 55106

    651-771-9339

  • 60. Northeast Minnesota Office of Job Training - Aitkin

    Our Career Counselors can help you identify your true interest and abilities and even assess your personality to determine what occupation or career best suits you. After you figure out what careers you?re interested in, we can help you find training programs and access financial aid. For eligible youth, the Office of Job Training can provide scholarships for occupational training programs up to two years long.

    20 Third St. NE, Aitkin, 56431

    218-735-6122

  • 61. Northeast Minnesota Office of Job Training - Cloquet

    Our Career Counselors can help you identify your true interest and abilities and even assess your personality to determine what occupation or career best suits you. After you figure out what careers you?re interested in, we can help you find training programs and access financial aid. For eligible youth, the Office of Job Training can provide scholarships for occupational training programs up to two years long.

    14 N. 11th St., Cloquet, 55720

    218-878-5000

  • 62. Northeast Minnesota Office of Job Training - Duluth

    Our Career Counselors can help you identify your true interest and abilities and even assess your personality to determine what occupation or career best suits you. After you figure out what careers you?re interested in, we can help you find training programs and access financial aid. For eligible youth, the Office of Job Training can provide scholarships for occupational training programs up to two years long.

    402 W. 1st Street, Duluth, 55802

    218-302-8400

  • 63. Northeast Minnesota Office of Job Training - Duluth II

    Our Career Counselors can help you identify your true interest and abilities and even assess your personality to determine what occupation or career best suits you. After you figure out what careers you?re interested in, we can help you find training programs and access financial aid. For eligible youth, the Office of Job Training can provide scholarships for occupational training programs up to two years long.

    2101 Trinity Road, Duluth, 55811

    218-733-7629

  • 64. Northeast Minnesota Office of Job Training - Grand Rapids

    Our Career Counselors can help you identify your true interest and abilities and even assess your personality to determine what occupation or career best suits you. After you figure out what careers you?re interested in, we can help you find training programs and access financial aid. For eligible youth, the Office of Job Training can provide scholarships for occupational training programs up to two years long.

    1215 SE 2nd Ave., Grand Rapids, 55744

    218-327-6760

  • 65. Northeast Minnesota Office of Job Training - Hibbing

    Our Career Counselors can help you identify your true interest and abilities and even assess your personality to determine what occupation or career best suits you. After you figure out what careers you?re interested in, we can help you find training programs and access financial aid. For eligible youth, the Office of Job Training can provide scholarships for occupational training programs up to two years long.

    3920 13th Ave. E., Hibbing, 55746

    218-231-8590

  • 66. Northeast Minnesota Office of Job Training - International Falls

    Our Career Counselors can help you identify your true interest and abilities and even assess your personality to determine what occupation or career best suits you. After you figure out what careers you?re interested in, we can help you find training programs and access financial aid. For eligible youth, the Office of Job Training can provide scholarships for occupational training programs up to two years long.

    Relocating Office, International Falls, 56649

    218-735-6130

  • 67. Northeast Minnesota Office of Job Training - Virginia

    Our Career Counselors can help you identify your true interest and abilities and even assess your personality to determine what occupation or career best suits you. After you figure out what careers you?re interested in, we can help you find training programs and access financial aid. For eligible youth, the Office of Job Training can provide scholarships for occupational training programs up to two years long.

    820 N 9th Street, Virginia, 55792

    800-325-5332

  • 68. Northwest Private Industry Council (PIC), Inc. - Workforce Development

    ?The Northwest Private Industry Council provides administration, oversight, and strategic direction of workforce development programs in Northwest Minnesota. By coordinating robust services, we help connect jobseekers, students and young adults to employers and businesses in the area.

    1301 Hwy 1 E, Thief River Falls, 56701

    218-683-8060

  • 69. Patrick Henry High School

    Patrick Henry High School is a diverse community that values and supports the experiences of inquiry and learning through meaningful opportunities that bring intercultural understanding to our students, and our staff.

    4320 Newton Ave North, Minneapolis, 55412

    612-668-2000

  • 70. Project for Pride in Living, Inc.

    PPL operates several businesses and job training initiatives designed to help adults with barriers to successful employment. Our job training programs succeed in preparing individuals for positions that pay a good starting wage, provide medical benefits, and opportunities for promotion.

    1035 East Franklin Avenue, Minneapolis, 55404

    612-455-5100

  • 71. RS EDEN

    RS EDEN is a community corrections residential program for men and women and their children. There are three locations: Metro, West, and Ashland..

    1931 West Broadway, Minneapolis, 55411

    612-287-1600

  • 72. Ramsey County - Workforce Development

    Youth Works! opens doors of opportunity for youth and young adults in Ramsey County.

    2098 11th Avenue East, North Saint Paul, 55109

    651-266-9890

  • 73. Rural Minnesota CEP, Inc

    RMCEP offers a comprehensive set of employment and training services designed for at-risk youth which focuses on helping them complete high school and develop a career plan, while providing them with practical hands-on work experience opportunities.

    803 Roosevelt Avenue, Detroit Lakes, 56502

    218-846-7400

  • 74. Scott County - Employment & Training

    200 4th Ave W, Shakopee, 55379

    952-445-7751

  • 75. Soar Career Solutions

    Participants benefit from mentoring, case management, employment services, and support with issues such as housing and transportation.

    205 West 2nd Street, Duluth, 55802

    218-722-3126

  • 76. Southwest Minnesota Private Industry Council - Marshall

    Work readiness trainings, skills trainings to earn technology-related credential, paid youth internships, career exploration workshops, and individualized job coaching and mentoring to identify career pathways.

    607 West Main Street, Marshall, 56258

    507-476-4040

  • 77. Southwest Minnesota Private Industry Council - Montevideo

    Work readiness trainings, skills trainings to earn technology-related credential, paid youth internships, career exploration workshops, and individualized job coaching and mentoring to identify career pathways.

    202 North 1st Street, Montevideo, 56265

    320-269-5561

  • 78. Southwest Minnesota Private Industry Council - Worthington

    Work readiness trainings, skills trainings to earn technology-related credential, paid youth internships, career exploration workshops, and individualized job coaching and mentoring to identify career pathways.

    318 9th Street, Worthington, 56187

    507-295-5020

  • 79. Summit Academy OIC

    OIC is a network of employment and training programs located across the United States and abroad bound together by a common goal: to serve the economically dependent and the un/under-employed.

    935 Olson Memorial Hwy., Minneapolis, 55405

    612-377-0150

  • 80. Summit Academy OIC - Extension

    OIC is a network of employment and training programs located across the United States and abroad bound together by a common goal: to serve the economically dependent and the un/under-employed.

    1256 Penn Avenue North, Minneapolis, 55411

    612-377-0150

  • 81. The Bridge for Youth

    The Bridge?s mission is to reunite youth with family and provide for a future, so many youth live in our transitional housing as they build their support system, establish employment, or continue their education.

    1111 West 22nd Street, Minneapolis, 55405

    612-377-8800

  • 82. The Salvation Army - Minneapolis Harbor Light Center

    The Minneapolis Harbor Light Center provides emergency assistance, shelter, housing, chemical dependency treatment, transitional housing, health care services and spiritual support to its clients.

    1010 Currie Avenue, Minneapolis, 55403

    612-767-3100

  • 83. Tree Trust - YouthBuild

    Our mission is to transform lives and landscapes by engaging people to build skills for meaningful careers, inspiring people to plant trees, and making our community a greener, healthier place to live.

    2231 Edgewood Avenue S., Saint Louis Park, 55426

    612-590-2347

  • 84. Twin Cities RISE

    The mission of Twin Cities RISE! is to provide employers with skilled workers--primarily men from communities of color in the Twin Cities area--by training under- and unemployed adults.

    1301 Bryant Ave N, Minneapolis, 55411

    612-338-0295

  • 85. Urban League Twin Cities

    Minneapolis residents who are 22 years old or older, will develop their careers by finding meaningful employment at a livable wage or enrolling in training for advancement opportunities.

    2100 Plymouth Avenue N., Minneapolis, 55411

    612-302-3100

  • 86. Volunteers of America - Minnesota and Wisconsin

    AMICUS is a Minnesota not-for-profit organization with over 40 years of experience in improving public safety by helping inmates and ex-offenders through positive relationship-building, restorative justice practices and individualized transition services.

    7625 Metro Boulevard, Minneapolis, 55439

    952-945-4000

  • 87. Women Planting Seeds

    Women Planting Seeds offers the only program in the Twin Cities that specifically targets women coming out of incarceration. Our goal is to empower women, men and youth to live independent of systems, build healthy lifestyles and obtain sufficient employment for successful living.

    PO Box 6834, Minneapolis, 55406

    612-558-5721

  • 88. WomenVenture

    WomenVenture is a leader in providing the technical tools and emotional support to help you start and grow your business, find a new job, or develop a new career path.

    165 Western Avenue North, St Paul, 55102

    612-224-9540

  • 89. Workforce Development Inc. - Rochester

    Workforce Development, Inc. serves people through career planning and pre-vocational skill training. One area of focus of Workforce Development, Inc. is working with populations dealing with multiple barriers to achieving meaningful employment.

    2070 College View Road East, Rochester, 55904

    507-252-6524

  • 90. Workforce Development, Inc - Albert Lea

    YouthBuild USA is a national program that helps low-income young people, aged 16-24, work toward their GEDs or high school diplomas, learn job skills, and serve their communities by building affordable housing. Our Rochester office partners with the Rochester Alternative Learning Center to teach a Construction Basics class to ALC students. The students earn while they learn and participate in a variety of building/construction projects during the semester-long class.

    2200 Riverland Dr, Albert Lea, 56007

    507-369-1488

  • 91. Workforce Development, Inc - Austin

    YouthBuild USA is a national program that helps low-income young people, aged 16-24, work toward their GEDs or high school diplomas, learn job skills, and serve their communities by building affordable housing. Our Rochester office partners with the Rochester Alternative Learning Center to teach a Construction Basics class to ALC students. The students earn while they learn and participate in a variety of building/construction projects during the semester-long class.

    1600 8th Ave NW, Austin, 55912

    507-433-0555

  • 92. Workforce Development, Inc - Caledonia

    YouthBuild USA is a national program that helps low-income young people, aged 16-24, work toward their GEDs or high school diplomas, learn job skills, and serve their communities by building affordable housing. Our Rochester office partners with the Rochester Alternative Learning Center to teach a Construction Basics class to ALC students. The students earn while they learn and participate in a variety of building/construction projects during the semester-long class.

    110 East Grove St, Caledonia, 55921

    507-724-5231

  • 93. Workforce Development, Inc - Faribault

    YouthBuild USA is a national program that helps low-income young people, aged 16-24, work toward their GEDs or high school diplomas, learn job skills, and serve their communities by building affordable housing. Our Rochester office partners with the Rochester Alternative Learning Center to teach a Construction Basics class to ALC students. The students earn while they learn and participate in a variety of building/construction projects during the semester-long class.

    201 Lyndale Ave S, Faribault, 55021

    507-333-2088

  • 94. Workforce Development, Inc - Kasson

    YouthBuild USA is a national program that helps low-income young people, aged 16-24, work toward their GEDs or high school diplomas, learn job skills, and serve their communities by building affordable housing. Our Rochester office partners with the Rochester Alternative Learning Center to teach a Construction Basics class to ALC students. The students earn while they learn and participate in a variety of building/construction projects during the semester-long class.

    504 S Mantorville Ave, Kasson, 55944

    507-634-7380

  • 95. Workforce Development, Inc - Owatonna

    YouthBuild USA is a national program that helps low-income young people, aged 16-24, work toward their GEDs or high school diplomas, learn job skills, and serve their communities by building affordable housing. Our Rochester office partners with the Rochester Alternative Learning Center to teach a Construction Basics class to ALC students. The students earn while they learn and participate in a variety of building/construction projects during the semester-long class.

    965 Alexandria Dr SW, Owatonna, 55060

    507-431-2275

  • 96. Workforce Development, Inc - Preston

    YouthBuild USA is a national program that helps low-income young people, aged 16-24, work toward their GEDs or high school diplomas, learn job skills, and serve their communities by building affordable housing. Our Rochester office partners with the Rochester Alternative Learning Center to teach a Construction Basics class to ALC students. The students earn while they learn and participate in a variety of building/construction projects during the semester-long class.

    PO Box 395, Preston, 55965

    507-765-2476

  • 97. Workforce Development, Inc - Red Wing

    YouthBuild USA is a national program that helps low-income young people, aged 16-24, work toward their GEDs or high school diplomas, learn job skills, and serve their communities by building affordable housing. Our Rochester office partners with the Rochester Alternative Learning Center to teach a Construction Basics class to ALC students. The students earn while they learn and participate in a variety of building/construction projects during the semester-long class.

    1606 West 3rd St, Red Wing, 55066

    651-385-6402

  • 98. Workforce Development, Inc - Wabasha

    YouthBuild USA is a national program that helps low-income young people, aged 16-24, work toward their GEDs or high school diplomas, learn job skills, and serve their communities by building affordable housing. Our Rochester office partners with the Rochester Alternative Learning Center to teach a Construction Basics class to ALC students. The students earn while they learn and participate in a variety of building/construction projects during the semester-long class.

    222 West Main St, Wabasha, 55981

    651-565-2635

  • 99. YouthLink - Youth Opportunity Center

    At YouthLink, we offer young people a safe and supportive environment full of resources to help them build their independence.

    41 N 12th St, Minneapolis, 55403

    612-252-1200

Data is retrieved from CareerOneStop. Last update on February 2023