Workforce Development Division
Are you laid off from your job, through no fault of your own? You may qualify for dislocated worker services that can connect you to short-term training to refresh or upgrade skills, or obtain certification or professional licensure, and offer help and guidance for your job search.
Call for eligibility determination: Beth, 651-275-8680
Virtual & Interactive Services Available for Career Seekers
NEW! - Online classes - Check out the September calendar
CareerForce is providing services online and on the phone to help Minnesotans during the COVID-19 crisis. Click HERE for information.
A proud partner of the American Job Center network.
Washington County CareerForce administers programs targeted to dislocated workers, low-income adults, disadvantaged youth and 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.
CareerForce serves employers by helping them find the right workers from entry-level to highly-skilled candidates. CareerForce serves career seekers no matter where they are at in their career from just starting out to mid-level management and beyond. CareerForce does this through customized career planning, resume revision and interview preparation, plus education and training for eligible career seekers and the ability to search thousands of Minnesota job openings online.
In-person workshops are currently cancelled - we will provide updates here as changes occur. At this time, please use the link above for Virtual and Interactive Services at the Minnesota CareerForce website.
To provide employment services and training options that connect employers and job seekers through community partnerships and technology.
We are an equal opportunity employer/program provider. Auxiliary aids and services are available upon request to individuals with disabilities.