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What Employers are Saying
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Educational classes for entry level hospitality operations and supervisor positions are lacking outside of the International Institute, which makes these programs extremely valuable to the students and organizations like TPI. We have found the skills students learn in these programs prepare them for successful entry into the workforce… Additionally, we value the diverse population of students who bring new perspectives, ideas, and cultures to our company.
Human Resource Specialist, TPI Hospitality
The candidates we work with in collaboration with IIMN are well prepared for the challenges they will face. The staff at IIMN make sure the clients are supported and prepared.
Workforce Job Navigator, M Health Fairview
Thank you for your invaluable referral. Your partnership is highly valued, and I look forward to continuing our successful collaboration.
Community Engagement and Outreach Manager, Marsden Bldg Maintenance, L.L.C.
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.
We identity highly motivated individuals and pre-screen skill levels and work experiences. Before and after starting new jobs, we continue to support these individuals to foster positive work relationships.
Multilingual & Multicultural
Our clients are often proficient in multiple languages beyond English, allowing companies to better serve Minnesota’s linguistically and culturally diverse communities.
Refugees and immigrants bring a strong work ethic to the companies they work for. Our candidates are eager to work and support their families — leading to high retention and low turnover rates.
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.