Government Center Human Services Building
Workforce Services offers support and resources for job seekers. The staff oversees employment and training programs and provides workshops and training events. Workforce Services also offers employer services and programs for local companies.
There are many employers in the area looking for qualified employees! And you can meet with the employers right here on-site at Carver County Workforce Service Center. Please click on this link to access our Employer of the Day Calendar for Tuesday 6/18/2019:
The Workforce Center Resource Room located at 602 E. 4th Street in Chaska is open to the public five days a week from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday-Friday. Some of the resources available are:
- Computers to be used for job search or work related purposes.
- Reference books to research companies.
- Videos to assist in your job search.
- Job Leads from the Southwest Metro area.
- Printer, copier and fax machine that can be used for job search purposes.
- Resource Room Specialists who can help to answer your questions.
- Information on community resources for those who are homeless, low-income, or at risk of homelessness.
Minnesota Family Investment Plan (MFIP) / Diversionary Work Program (DWP)
Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program - Employment and Training Program
Referred to as SNAP - E and T this program is for individuals ages 18 to 50 who are currently receiving SNAP food support. For information on SNAP Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) call Intake at (952) 361-1600.
Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA)
The Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) program is for adults who are low-income. It is designed to serve the "universal client" with priority given to certain target groups. A person must be screened for eligibility before receiving any training funding. For more information call 952-361-1711.
Applications are closed for the 2019 Carver County Summer Youth Employment Program for In-School Youth.
Out-Of-School Youth – may click on link below and submit online - recruitment happens year-round for Out-of-School Youth.
(Defined as someone age 16-24 that is not enrolled in any school: has either graduated or received their GED, or has dropped out of school—has not attended in the last available academic quarter. The youth must live in Carver County, and they must also meet other eligibility criteria.)
It is essential that you fill out the application completely and provide all needed information and verification so that we can determine eligibility. May need to provide additional information or eligibility criteria.
Out-Of-School Youth Application Link:
Please fill out application completely so we can determine if you are eligible.
Once your application has been screened for eligibility, Tracy will contact you to schedule an appointment.
Contact Tracy Greenwood at email@example.com or 952-361-1717 if you have any questions.
Workforce Center Forms
Job seekers are asked to complete the Workforce Service Center Information Form so staff can better assist in job searches, employment program and training opportunities. Once completed please e-mail this form to WFSC@co.carver.mn.us for review.