MN WorkForce Center

A proud partner of the American Job Center network.

The WorkForce Center is a collaboration of partners whose goal is to bring job seekers and businesses together to help them meet their needs.

Washington County WorkForce Center administers programs targeted to dislocated workers, low-income adults, disadvantaged youth & young adults, welfare-to-work participants and low-income seniors. Our goal is to help them become successful in securing and retaining jobs and to enhance marketable skills for the current labor market.

Mission Statement
To provide employment services and training options that connect employers and job seekers through community partnerships and technology.


 

Join us Tuesday, March 28 - 1:00 pm - 2:30 pm - Woodbury WorkForce Center

Tim O'Neill, MN DEED, will present:
Minnesota's Job Market - Current Trends & Realities


What jobs are in demand?  What will I earn?  Should I seek further education?
To attend, register online:  http://bit.ly/2lH2sy1  Phone: (651)275-8646
click here for flyer..

OJT - Interested in earning while you're learning?

The WorkForce Center's Dislocated Worker Program offers opportunities for on-the-job training with area employers in the manufacturing, healthcare, IT, finance and agriculture industries. View flyer

To qualify you must meet Dislocated Worker Program eligibility criteria. To find out if you may qualify and learn more about this opportunity, call Beth Burger (651-275-8680).

Registration for WorkForce Center Workshops
Click the link below to view the monthly workshops offered: 
March 2017 Workshop Calendar
April 2017 Workshop Calendar
 
Please view the "Workshops" page for more information and how to register.
WorkForce Development Board



The WorkForce Center proudly provides priority of service to veterans and eligible spouses of veterans.