The next step for your next career in Bemidji
Some businesses close their doors. Others need to let their talent go for various reasons. When that happens, we’re often the first on the scene. We can help you transition quickly to new opportunities and let other local employers know you’re back in the talent pool.
If you’ve lost your job through no fault of your own, we’d like to help you return to work with similar wages and benefits. Our services are tailored to meet your specific needs, including:
- Offering one-on-one sessions with a specialist to develop your employment plan
- Assisting with job search and placement services
- Providing access to short-term training, if approved by your specialist
- Helping with other services that support your career success
Connect with us about The next step for your next career in Bemidji:
Services focused on preparing you for your next career are free. Veterans and their spouses may qualify for special services. To find out more, contact us or visit a CareerForce location. This is an eligibility-based service.
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Your talent search will be more successful with an expansive support system. It’ll go further with the help of experienced professionals committed to your recruitment and retention goals.
State Services for the Blind (SSB) is headquartered in St. Paul, with 11 satellite offices around the state. If you have a significant vision loss that makes it hard for you to get and keep a job, we can help.
We all start somewhere. And we all have a better chance of success with the right support. If you’re between the ages of 14 and 24 and want to gain work experience—or need help finishing your education—CareerForce is your first stop.
The Work Opportunity Tax Credit (WOTC) allows for-profit employers of any size to reduce their federal tax liability by up to $9,600 per new hire by hiring people who have consistently faced significant barriers to employment.