CareerForce reopens to in-person services

Specialized services currently available

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WORTHINGTON — The CareerForce located within the Nobles County Government Center in Worthington has reopened to in-person services.

CareerForce provides full-service assistance, whether individuals are planning their next career move or just needing a job as soon as possible. The No-Fee Services are dedicated to delivering prosperous outcomes for career seekers, employers, communities and for Minnesota. Anyone is welcome to access the many innovative services. CareerForce serves career seekers no matter where they are in their career, from just starting out to mid-level management and beyond. CareerForce services include: customized career planning based on interests and skills; job search assistance; hiring events with local employers; up-to-date occupation demand and wage information; resume revision help; interview preparation sessions; career planning and search workshops; and education and training for eligible career seekers.

There are currently specialized services available including tuition assistance and other supports for individuals who have been laid off from their job through no fault of their own.

The CareerForce is open 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday. Learn more at (507) 476-

5020 or


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