In collaboration with our community partners, Pathways programs are designed to train people in fields that are in demand. Fields include 911 dispatch, health care clerical, human services, public works, and building operations. You will get training, work experience and support. This can lead to a job at Hennepin County or with other employers.
Participants are typically people experiencing barriers to getting better jobs. Barriers can include lack of college degree, criminal history or skills that don’t match the job market.
Please call Project for Pride in Living at 612-455-5300 for more information and to check availability of the office specialist, health care clerical, human services, building operations technician, public works technician, and property appraisal pathways. Program offerings and schedules vary. 1-hour information sessions are held every Monday at 9 a.m.
Project for Pride in Living (PPL)
1021 East Franklin Avenue
Minneapolis, MN 55404
Metro Transit buses 2, 5, 9
For more information about the 911 dispatch pathway, contact:
Our commitment to the regional workforce
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