DRIVING YOUTH TO SUCCESS
CMJTS is dedicated to helping youth, up to age 24, prepare for a career pathway to sustainable employment by: post-secondary training exploration, occupational skills training, career pathway services, and work-based learning to name a few.
The CMJTS youth program needs your help! we are raising funds to purchase items that current funding streams cannot support. Funds are needed to purchase a van to transport youth, purchase food during summer career camps, purchase tools, scrubs, and other supplies.
Youth success depends on donations like yours!
What We Do
Jobs give people a sense of security, a sense of pride, and a sense of purpose. CMJTS helps people not only get a job, but ensures they have the tools and resources needed to connect with meaningful and family-sustaining employment.
Last year, CMJTS provided intensive program services to approximately 3,000 individuals. We helped over 20,000 people who accessed our services virtually or have scheduled an in person appointment to connect with a job or embark on a career pathway.
CMJTS provides resources for business, job seekers, and communities - growing the workforce to meet industry needs, connecting employers to job seekers, and helping local businesses thrive and grow.
Unfortunately, this is only a small fraction of the number who could benefit from our help. We need your financial support to stretch our services further. Your donation can help a struggling single mother get the training she needs to move from minimum wage to a livable wage. You might help a young person with a disability obtain hands-on technical training. Or you might help us connect your neighbor with the job that will help her keep her home. Our communities need heroes. Please take this opportunity to be a workforce hero and support the mission of Central Minnesota Jobs and Training Services with your financial contribution. Together, we can make a difference.
Workforce excellence is CENTRAL to all we do!
"Patience—that was one of the best things about the people I’ve worked with in the program. They were so patient with me when I wasn’t in touch as often as I should have been. Sometimes I avoided their calls, but they just kept on trying and encouraging me.” Samuel