Minneapolis Employment and Training
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 adults, dislocated workers, 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.
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CLOSED: Public Comment for 2018-2019 Local Plan: The City of Minneapolis Workforce Development Area #10 posts its 2018 & 2019 Local Plan for Public Comment. Written comments can be submitted to Matthew Courtney between April 30-May 29, 2018.
Each of the state’s local Workforce Development Areas is required to develop and submit a Local Plan that aligns with the Governor’s workforce development vision and that addresses the local needs of the workforce and business communities. The Local Plan must comply with planning requirements as determined by the State of Minnesota’s Department of Employment and Economic Development, the U.S. Department of Labor, and applicable federal and state statutes. The plan covers a range of topics including strategic, program, and system operations.
Approved 2016-2017 Plans for Local Area #10 and Metropolitan Region #4
- The Minneapolis Workforce Development Board's Local WIOA Plan has been approved by DEED.
- The Greater Metropolitan Workforce Council’s Regional WIOA Plan has been approved by DEED.
Last updated Jun 5, 2018