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(800) 456-8519

Hours:
7 AM-9 PM CST (M-F);
7 AM-5:30 PM CST (Sa);
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Overview of Services

What services are available?

Discover business solutions through training, research and innovation with a wide range of experts who offer a variety of unique services at the Minnesota State Colleges and Universities.

Career Service Centers help companies find well-rounded and highly skilled potential employees. More than 85 percent of the system's 34,000 graduates each year find jobs in a field related to their area of study. Post job openings and find prospective employees through career service centers on every campus.

Centers of Excellence focusing on health care, manufacturing, engineering and information technology recruit students to these fields, equip them with skills to meet industry standards, and provide customized training to businesses and organizations. Online professional development and employee training allows your employees to learn new knowledge and skills at their own convenience.

Customized training is training that is individually tailored to your company's needs. Topics range from general business skills, such as sales, cultural diversity, customer service and project management, to industry-specific training in computer and information technology, health care, manufacturing, trades and industry, transportation and more.

Employee Recruitment/Job Opportunity Submission Forms allow businesses to submit job opportunities to career services centers MnSCU institutions.

Small Business Development Centers offer free consultation on management, marketing and financing for small businesses. Several campuses host such centers, operated by the Minnesota Department of Employment and Economic Development.

Workforce Assessments create opportunities for MnSCU to listen to Minnesota employers and obtain a greater understanding of the state’s workforce needs. Armed with this data, we can ensure that higher education is delivering the right academic programs and preparing graduates with the skills necessary for the success of Minnesota’s businesses and communities.

WorkForce Centers are where employers and job seekers find employment and training services. Tax credit information for employers, conferences and training services are available from the centers, operated by the Minnesota Department of Employment and Economic Development.