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Hire Our Clients

Tap Into the Talents of New Americans

Our employment counselors look forward to learning about your staffing needs so we can match skilled, motivated New Americans with your open positions. We welcome a wide range of employment opportunities.

With labor shortages impacting almost every job sector in the Twin Cities, we can help place workers where you need them most.

Looking to fill jobs in healthcare, hospitality, manufacturing 0r professional careers? Our employment services team can connect you with qualified applicants who are eager and prepared to work.

Make an Impact

Our Job Training Programs

We specialize in workforce development and provide support to immigrants and refugees who are ready to work. Learn more about our nationally recognized programs that serve as models for workforce development for New Americans. Job shadowing, internships, class tours and mock interview opportunities are invaluable experiences, and we welcome employer partners who can help us make this possible for our clients.

What Employers are Saying

Why Hire New Americans?

Hiring immigrants and refugees brings diverse perspectives, increases innovation and bolsters your workforce with dedicated employees to drive your business forward.

Frequently Asked Questions

We refer candidates who have work authorization in the U.S. Our candidates do not require immigration sponsorship from employers.

Our students and clients come with a range of English language ability. We will match the person’s language level with your needs. Students in our job training programs passed an English proficiency test before enrolling to ensure their ability to work in those roles upon graduation.

We work hard to match a candidate’s education and background with employers’ needs. We work with a wide range of candidates, from those ready for entry level jobs, to those with advanced degrees and professional experience. Some have worked in various industries including engineering, accounting, education, healthcare and law. While others have worked as farmers, small business owners and homemakers.

For entry level positions, it is helpful to provide employment policies, forms and training materials in alternative languages. Integrating images into training, reducing the use of idioms and using simple words to communicate your message can help English language learners better understand training materials. Employers can also utilize phone interpretation and in-person interpretation services during the onboarding process to ensure that all information is understood.

You may also find our employer handbook, Finding Common Ground, useful for bridging culture gaps in the workplace.

Finding Common Ground

Learn how to successfully integrate New Americans into your team.

Our clients are looking for a welcoming workplace that values their skills and where they will be treated with dignity and respect. They seek opportunities where they can contribute, continue learning and build a life to support themselves and their families. We created the Finding Common Ground handbook to answer some of the most common questions we hear from employers.

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Contact Us

If you have a job opportunity or partnership idea, we would love to hear from you.

Anna Peter
Employment Navigator
(651) 377 8627