The following workforce development organizations are designed to help you with your development needs. For more information, click on the links below to be redirected to each organization's page.
The GMWC oversees publicly funded workforce development services in the 11-county Twin Cities region. The GMWC also works through the Employer Services Partnership – a cooperative of public, private and non-profit organizations in the metro area dedicated to offering high-value employer workforce services.
The program helps Minnesota businesses and schools competitively train/retrain the state’s workforce. It awards matching grants to educational institutions that partner with businesses. Funds may be used for training-related costs or educational infrastructure improvements. Businesses located in Minnesota, or intending to locate in Minnesota, are eligible for support.
Minnesota’s WorkForce Centers help job seekers find employment, help businesses find workers, and help anyone at any stage explore careers. There are 50 WorkForce Centers statewide. Each offers knowledgeable staff and essential tools, free of charge.