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As I retire from Twin Cities R!SE today, I am reflecting on my wonderful journey here. There is an environment at Twin Cities R!SE that creates successful people. I have worked in the social services field for over twenty years, working with the homeless, chemically dependent, formerly incarcerated and mentally challenged.
If successful, grants should help boost the state\’s economy and benefit all. By Editorial Board Star Tribune Full Article JUNE 17, 2016 — 6:05PM The state Department of Employment and Economic Development has $34 million that it will allocate in grants to more than 30 organizations and nonprofits such as Twin
June 8, 2016 – We are pleased to announce, that as of today, Twin Cities R!SE (TCR) no longer requires a G.E.D. for program participation, nor will individuals be excluded from our program who have already earned a college degree. This change is a part of our three year strategic plan
June 4, 2016 — This year\’s event kicked off with a Stop the Violence march with friends and family members of murdered victims. It was somber moment, yet we were able to witness many neighbors come together to address the violence plaguing the community on the north side of Minneapolis. There
Twin Cities R!SE and the State of Minnesota Partner for Economic Equality Minneapolis, MN- June 2, 2016 – Yesterday was a historic day for the ongoing partnership between Twin Cities R!SE (TCR) and the State of Minnesota. Governor Dayton signed a bill that invests substantially in reducing employment disparities in our
We are honored to have Autumn Amadou-Blegen join the Board of Directors at Twin Cities R!SE. Autumn has been involved with Twin Cities R!SE since 2011 as an employer partner, while at Northern Brewer. She has also been an active member of the TCR Employer Advisor Committee in recent years.
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