These programs provide assistance to low-income Minneapolis residents, ages 18 and older, in finding and retaining employment or pursuing vocational training that will lead to a job. The Minneapolis Employment and Training Program (METP) provider system is community based, through a number of nonprofit agencies. Contact an agency to learn what services they provide.
- The Individual Referral Program (IRP) provides tuition funds and assists low-income residents seeking employment-related training.
- The iseek website provides information related to education and career research.
- Another resource for job seekers is MinnesotaWorks.
- Construction Careers provides information about the construction trades.
- A variety of services are offered through the Minnesota Workforce System.
- WorkForce Center Locations are available throughout Minnesota.
- Non-English assistance can be provided through the City's multicultural website. Answers to other questions may be found at METP FAQ’s (pdf).
This page is maintained by: Doug Suker, (612) 673-6224.
Last updated May. 30, 2012