Welcome to Rural Minnesota CEP, Inc.
Making employment dreams a reality has been our goal for over forty years. We exist to assist people, employers and communities achieve success in meeting their economic goals. Our experienced staff provides multiple services to job seekers and employers, whether it’s a high school youth learning to navigate the job seeking system for the first time or person dislocated from a long time job needing to refresh skills in order to re-enter employment. We provide career counseling and direction to people in determining appropriate career paths and the actions needed to achieve their goals. We have developed valuable relationships with the employers in our communities to assist us in developing the work skills of our clients. We are able to focus on the needs of the job seekers, employers and grow our workforce skills that in turn strengthen our communities.
RMCEP has adapted and evolved with the changing economic landscape. We have seen many changes in the programs that fund our services over our forty years of existence but have consistently provided a high level of quality services. We set our goals high and look to the future with anticipation of developing additional services to meet the ever changing needs of our workforce.
We truly believe that work is key to a successful life and are ready to help make employment dreams a reality for those that seek our services.
Eligible veterans and their spouse have priority of service.
January 16, 2017
Rural Minnesota Concentrated Employment Program, Inc. will use grant funds provided for the Transitional Internship program to provide high quality work-sites to introduce career pathways, increase exposure to in-demand jobs important to the local economy and promote the skill acquisition in academics, 21st century skills, and work readiness competencies. Candidates who would like to participate in...
January 09, 2017
The Bridging to Career Pathways program was designed to provide skills training, paid internships, on-the-job training and job development for approximately 75 adult participants who are over the age of 18 and who face many barriers to employment. A key strategy for the $300,000 two-year budget will be to provide individual skill-building activities to address...