The Minnesota WorkForce Center - Cambridge works in collaboration with key partners to make sure that area job seekers find employment and training and area businesses find the skilled workers they need.
Here you'll find information about our partners and the services they provide.
The Minnesota WorkForce Center – Cambridge is a partnership that brings together state and non-profit agencies in one location to provide comprehensive job seeker and business services.
Job Service provides the following services for job seekers:
Our business services staff are available to help area companies with their business and workforce development needs.
Business Services Representatives help companies meet hiring and worker training needs and find the right solutions to a wide variety of business problems. They provide technical analysis and workforce strategy advice as well as basic and detailed business information.
Contact our Business Services Representative:
This WorkForce Center is staffed with a Veterans Employment Representative who provides a wide variety of special services to help veterans find employment, training or career counseling.
Join Our Veterans Networking Club!
Our Veterans Networking Club meets here at the Cambridge WorkForce Center the first and third Tuesdays of the month from 9:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m.
Hear guest speakers, exchange ideas and job leads, get feedback and expert guidance on resume strategies, interviewing techniques and much more.
This program is for workers who have lost their job through no fault of their own. The goal is to help workers find new jobs at comparable wages. Workers may apply for services as soon as they receive notice of permanent layoff. Services are delivered by Central Minnesota Jobs and Training Services. Contact 800-284-7425 for more information or to schedule an appointment.
Vocational Rehabilitation Services is for people with disabilities, who want to get or keep a job.
To begin the intake process, please contact Elizabeth at 763-279-4475 to schedule an orientation. At the orientation, a staff person will talk to you about the world of work and help you decide if you want to apply for services.
Examples of services include:
State Services for the Blind (SSB) provides direct services to eligible persons of all ages who are blind or visually impaired.
Services are designed to help clients prepare for, find and keep jobs as well as work and live as independently as possible. Contact Barb at 320-308-4800.
The Minnesota Department of Employment and Economic Development has several program representatives here, including:
Select from the links below for more information about each of the partner organizations here at the Monticello WorkForce Center.