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CRAVE Cares and Round Up America

Twin Cities R!SE is CRAVE Cares January partner! CRAVE is proudly committed to supporting the communities they serve and have selected Twin Cities R!SE as their January non-profit partner. When you order from the CRAVE Cares menu or “Round Up” your check, you support Twin Cities R!SE in our mission to transform lives out of

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GO Service Training Begins March 29th!

In partnership with Dakota County Technical College, Twin Cities R!SE is offering a 10 week service training course. Trainees will learn proven customer service strategies, hidden skills that will impress employers, and how to anticipate customer needs before any problems arise. This program will give in-depth, behind the scenes access to the hospitality and service

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A note from new President and CEO Emma Corrie

Our reception on Tuesday April 19th at the American Swedish Institute was a truly inspiring gathering of friends, donors, community partners and employer partners! First and foremost, we honored the incredible leadership of Tom Streitz. For 8 years, Tom has led TCR through many challenges. I am humbled by Tom’s

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Twin Cities R!SE Reopens its Doors!

Twin Cities R!SE (TCR) welcomed staff, program participants and the public back as we reopened our doors at 1301 Bryant Ave. N in Minneapolis June 1, 2022. It is an important inflection point as we recover from the pandemic and heal from a difficult 2+ years. Our communities need hope,

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Tom Streitz Announces Retirement Effective March 2022

Dear TCR Friends, Stakeholders and Supporters: I write you today to share the announcement of Tom Streitz’s retirement as President/CEO of Twin Cities R!SE. Over the past 8 years Tom has led TCR with passion and purpose. Under his leadership, Twin Cities R!SE has driven growth in workforce training, adaptation,

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No Matter Where You Are in Life, TCR is Here. (Graduate Spotlight)

Bridgett’s Story “By working with TCR staff on utilizing my work experience and educational background, and practicing interviews, I was able to learn how to search and apply for the bigger opportunities,” shared Bridgett Bridgett came to Twin Cities R!SE, as an empty nester, receiving unemployment benefits and living in Section 8 housing. She had raised her daughter to adulthood, and was unsure of what was next. Idle time had led to some

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