CareerForce in Blaine
Anoka County Job Training Center
A proud partner of the American Job Center network.
The Anoka County Job Training Center administers services to meet the needs of youth, laid off workers, seniors, and unemployed and underemployed adults in our community. We are one of several partner agencies who provide comprehensive services to job seekers and employers in the community.
We are staffed with a team of employment counselors and other staff to provide employment related services.
Community nonprofit organizations, Anoka County departments, economic development representatives, education and training institutions are some of the key partners and services offered at CareerForce in Blaine. Click on the document link, Programs and Services, for a detailed list and description of services available.
For more information about how to enroll in one of our special programs, please contact a representative identified in the specialized service areas.
Contributing to the success of individuals and employers through workforce development services.
We take pride in meeting our customer needs and are seeing changes in people’s lives every day!
An equal opportunity employer and service provider.
RandD TransportationAnoka County public-facing services are suspended until further notice. We are continuing to serve our customers and job seekers in a virtual setting. Inquire about programming and services by calling 763-324-2300 or visit www.careerforcemn.com.
Document Drop Off Locations (Effective April 10)
Anoka County is now accepting a variety of paperwork at three county locations and only vehicle tab renewals at two others. The locations accepting paperwork including Job Training Center Documents, vehicle tab renewals, property tax documents, child support and economic assistance applications, and reporting forms are:
- Anoka County Government Center, 2100 3rd Ave., Anoka
- Blaine Human Service Center, 1201 89th Ave. NE
- City Hall, Ramsey, 7550 Sunwood Dr. NW (Use drive-thru behind building on Veterans Drive)
Paperwork that CANNOT be accepted at drop boxes are documents related to legal service, litigation, or court matters. If your child support, economic assistance (EA), or property tax paperwork involves a petition or claim to the Anoka County Attorney, those documents MUST be served on the County Attorney. Please see your child support/EA paperwork for service by mail directions regarding legal proceedings. Questions about legal documents can be directed to the County Attorney’s Office: 763-324-5550.
You may also mail any paperwork to our mailing address listed on this page.
For information on unemployment call 651-296-3644 or visit www.uimn.org.
Virtual On-Site Hiring Event!
Check back for updated employer list.
While many businesses have been ordered to temporarily close to slow the spread of COVID-19, some Minnesota businesses are hiring large numbers of workers and even offering hiring incentives. They include grocery stores, health care organizations, pharmacies, banks and others.
Click on the employer name for job openings.
Virtual Career Services featuring On-line Workshops
CareerForce now has on-line workshops on Job Search, Resume Writing and Interviewing Skills along with links to several online resources at:
Any Minnesotan who has applied for unemployment insurance in 2020 and already has an account on uimn.org will receive an invitation to Sign Up for Coursera; other Minnesotans who are interested may also provide their name and contact information at CareerForceMN.com/Coursera to receive access. Questions?
Minnesotans interested in extending their Coursera access after March 2021 will have an option to pay for additional access.