As a community located in the heart of the dynamic and growing Twin Cities metro, South St. Paul’s employers share in the challenge and opportunity of finding well-qualified employees for a range of specialized positions. We recognize the importance of assuring that South St. Paul’s workforce has access to the education, training, and skills development resources to meet the needs of our employers, and we work with a variety of partners to strengthen the pipeline of quality and committed talent for our current and future businesses.
Minnesota Training Connection is a partnership between Dakota County Technical College and Inver Hills Community College dedicated to providing flexible career training solutions to business and industry. Visit the Minnesota Training Connection website for more information.
The Minnesota WorkForce Center, located at 1 Mendota Road West in West St. Paul is a partnership that brings together state, county, and non-profit agencies to make sure that area job seekers find employment and training and area businesses find the skilled workers they need. The Center can be reached at 651-554-5955.
The Dakota-Scott Workforce Development Board oversees employment and training programs in Dakota and Scott Counties. The board is made up of representatives of business, organized labor, social services agencies, public employment services, rehabilitation services agencies, economic development agencies, community-based organizations and educational institutions and can be reached at 651-554-5622.
The State of Minnesota’s Department of Employment and Economic Development provides a number of resources to employers seeking workers. Visit the State of Minnesota Employment and Economic Development website for more information.