RESOURCE Minnesota Resource Center St. Cloud
3400 1st Street N, #404
St. Cloud, MN 56303
Phone: (320) 227-1305
Fax: (320) 227-1309
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RESOURCE Minnesota Resource Center St. Cloud provides customized career education, employment services, assessment services and job retention services for people with disabilities, dislocated workers, people who are economically disadvantaged, and others who face special training or employment barriers. RESOURCE opened its doors in Minneapolis in 1960 to offer vocational evaluation services to individuals with disabilities. RESOURCE opened the office in St. Cloud in 1990 through funding from IBM and the Minnesota Job Skills Partnership (State of Minnesota). RESOURCE Minnesota Resource Center St. Cloud also provides customized training for businesses, employers, employees or anyone looking to upgrade their computer skills. For more information call Carrie Stang at 320-227-1305.
Services provided include:
- St. Cloud Career Education
- St. Cloud Employment & Retention Services
- St. Cloud Assessment Services
- St. Cloud Special Project: Project LEAD the Way
RESOURCE Minnesota Resource Center St. Cloud course curriculum is continuously revised by MRC staff and members of the business community to ensure that the training courses fit the current needs of the workplace and the current labor market. MRC maintains relationships with 70+ business partners who contribute to MRC’s success by presenting training and work readiness sessions (including mock interviews) and by hiring MRC graduates.
MRC St. Cloud partners with businesses to enhance its programs and services. For further information, click here: RESOURCE Minnesota Resource Center Business Partner Councils
RESOURCE Minnesota Resource Center St. Cloud is a program of the RESOURCE Minnesota Resource Center, which is a division of RESOURCE, Inc.
RESOURCE is a private, nonprofit, United Way-funded agency and an equal opportunity, affirmative action employer. RESOURCE Minnesota Resource Center St. Cloud is committed to undoing racism and promoting diversity.
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