Counselors Erica Stene Winkler and Kevin Lindstrom are available to provide remote counseling services to support those who are seeking support or assistance. Counseling services can help you in defining and achieving your academic, career and personal goals. You are encouraged to connect with a counselor to discuss and develop an individualized plan to promote personal and academic success. Kevin and Erica are available to connect with you via phone, email or video conference.
Individual Job Search Assistance:
Anoka County Vocational Counselor, Troy Scheffel, is available to assist Anoka Tech students that need employment help. He can answer questions about writing a resume, cover letters, interviews, questions regarding being laid off, ideas for securing full-time or part-time employment, and more. Troy is available at email@example.com or 763-324-2329 and can also hold virtual appointments with Anoka Tech students on Thursdays from 8 am to 4 pm (appointment required).
Current Job Openings:
Create an account and search for jobs on the Anoka Tech job board, College Central Network.
Another place to look for hundreds of job openings is MinnesotaWorks.net. Even in these difficult times, many employers are hiring. This site gets updated daily with new jobs.
CareerForce in Blaine:
There are many free resources on this website. Check out the free webinars on how to write a resume, tips on interviewing and job search assistance. We will also review your resume and give you suggestions on possible improvements to put your best application in for your next job. Contact CareerForce staff by email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Virtual & Interactive Services for Career Seekers:
CareerForce is providing services online and on the phone to help Minnesotans during the COVID-19 crisis. While people are being urged to stay at home right now, businesses that provide essential and emergency services are still operating and hiring. If you have transferable skills, your work could protect others and help save lives. Everyone hopes that current layoffs are just temporary, and that people will be rehired soon. But whether you’re looking for work now or thinking ahead, here are some job search resources and services you can access from home.
Anoka County Job Training Center – Dislocated Worker Application:
If you are interested in the dislocated worker program, apply today - find our application and process here.
Virtual Career Fairs:
Visit the Anoka County Job Training Center website for information on virtual hiring events or other program opportunities.
Financial Aid can be reached various ways, listed below, from the hours of 8 am to 4:30 pm.
- Exception to Policy Appeals may be submitted online (under header “Petitions/Appeals”).
Financial Aid has a limited amount of emergency funding available to students by request. These funds are made available through the Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security Act (CARES). The Financial Aid Office will review applications for eligibility. Some eligibility criteria that must be met is having a valid citizenship status, having an aid application on file (FAFSA), and being enrolled in at least one on-campus course after the emergency declaration on March 13th.
To request emergency funding due to the impact of coronavirus, complete the application for supplemental emergency funds.
Additional information on Financial Aid services and processes are available on our web page.