Temporary Jobs for Unemployed Workers
Earn $12-$15/hr working part time and helping your community! Jobs available now include:
- Downtown Clean & Safe Team Ambassadors
- Food Shelf Assistants with CHUM
- Food Shelf Assistants with AICHO
You must be an eligible unemployed worker for these positions. View eligibility requirements document here. Unemployment Insurance recipients can still receive benefits while working. More information can be found on the Minnesota Unemployment Insurance page.
Applicants for these positions will enroll in Duluth Workforce Development’s dislocated worker program, and may have access to career counseling, tuition assistance, and support services.
Interested? Contact Wendy Stromberg at email@example.com or 218-730-5219
Looking for work now? Need to explore your career options? We can help—at no cost to you!
Have you been laid off? Do you qualify for unemployment benefits? You may be eligible for specialized employment and training services through the Dislocated Worker program to help prepare you for your next job.
Not eligible for unemployment benefits? CareerForce can still help you in your career planning and job search.
Contact us today and get the help you need now.
What are Dislocated Worker services?
Dislocated Worker services are designed to help people who have been laid off through no fault of their own get back to work as quickly as possible. You are not alone - we can help take the stress and uncertainty out of the process of planning your next steps.
Services for eligible persons can include:
- Individualized career planning and counseling
- Job search assistance
- Connections to employers hiring now
- Scholarships for counselor-approved training
- Other support services
How do I find out more?
Each person’s story is different, so to find out what may be best for you, contact CareerForce in Duluth right away. You may also visit CareerForceMN.com to connect with virtual resources. Duluth Workforce Development’s CareerForce staff can help those who are looking for work connect to local job opportunities, fund post-secondary schooling for in-demand careers, fund short term training certificates, help laid-off workers start their own business through CLIMB, and coordinate on-the-job training opportunities.
NOTE: Duluth Workforce Development does not provide services related to applying for or receiving Unemployment Insurance benefits. The Career Lab at CareerForce Duluth offers free use of computers and telephone to apply for and navigate Unemployment Insurance benefits. For assistance and information on unemployment services, visit the Minnesota Unemployment Insurance website, or call:
Twin Cities area: 651-296-3644
Greater Minnesota: 1-877-898-9090
TTY for the hearing impaired: 1-866-814-1252