Minneapolis Employment and Training
For prospective Employment Service Providers with City of Minneapolis Employment and Training: The Request for Proposals (RFP) to establish an Eligible Provider List for Employment and Training Services for 2016-2020 has been released as of June 3, 2015 and can be found on the City’s website. The questions and answers to the RFP have also been posted to the same page. For more information, please contact Matt Kruger.
Minneapolis Employment and Training administers a variety of employment and training programs under the direction of the Mayor, City Council, and Minneapolis Workforce Council. Minneapolis Employment and Training is the administrative entity/staff to the Minneapolis Workforce Council. City programs under the oversight of the Workforce Council include services for low-income adult, dislocated workers, MFIP recipients, and Youth. In Minneapolis, these services are delivered to job seekers and businesses by community-based organizations which have been competitively evaluated and selected based on their ability to effectively serve target groups and achieve employment-related outcomes, including both placement and support for retention in employment. Read Employment and Training reports.
Last updated Jun 22, 2015