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Minnesota WorkForce Centers

Minnesota WorkForce Centers provide the tools, resources, and services needed for job search, career planning, and skills training.

WorkForce Centers (WFCs) are "one-stop shops." They help people with career planning and job searching. Any Minnesota job seeker or career explorer can benefit from the services and resources offered by the WorkForce Centers:

  • Career counselors and other trained staff to help you find the resources and services you need.
  • Classes and workshops to help you with your job search and career plan. Contact your local WorkForce Center for details and schedules.
  • Free assessments and other tools to help you make informed career decisions.
  • Free access to computers, the Internet, printers, fax machines, copiers, and telephones for job search related activities.
  • Assistive technology options to help people with disabilities.
  • Access to wage and employment information.
  • Information on community support services, job training programs, education, and financial aid.
  • Minnesota Veterans Programs help veterans searching for jobs.

WorkForce Center Locations

Use the map to find a center near you. Click on an icon to get detailed information about a specific location. For more information about locations and service, call 1-888-GET JOBS or 1-888-38-5627.

Unemployment Insurance

Unemployment Insurance provides temporary benefits to qualified people out of work through no fault of their own. To learn more:

  • Visit Information for Applicants.
  • Call 651-296-3644 in the Minneapolis-St. Paul area.
  • Call 1-877-898-9090 toll free in Greater Minnesota.
  • The deaf and hard of hearing can call TTY 1-866-814-1252.