Employment Programs &  Services

Bridge to Future

The MRCI Bridge to the Future Summer Training Program provides both classroom instruction and real world work experiences to help participants navigate our world of work.


Client Directed Services

Allows individuals and families to hire their own staff to care for themselves or children.



MRCI offers a structured day program at its Mankato and New Ulm locations for aging people who have disabilities that are seeking an alternative to a full day of work. The Employment and Social Enrichment (EASE) program provides the option of a combined work and leisure day program or one of only leisure activities.


Community Employment

Community Based Employment offers a wide range of employment opportunities in several communities throughout Southern Minnesota. MRCI WorkSource works with hundreds of employers, in an effort to provide a work experience tailored to an individual’s skills and abilities. Individuals may work independently, in a MRCI supervised small group setting, or in a one on one type work environment. Jobs include all types of positions including office, manufacturing, packaging, janitorial, and computer document scanning.


Center-based Employment

A variety of jobs are usually available and workers are matched to the work by their interest and ability. Some people work at supported employment jobs in combination with center based work.  Ongoing assessment can help people with community job tryouts or placement at any time.


Day Training & Habilitation

Day Training and Habilitation (DT&H) services are designed to provide the types of services and supports to meet the needs of the individual. Persons with severe developmental disabilities or related conditions receive individualized opportunities for employment and other activities through our DT&H services.


Track to Success

Track to Success is a skill development training program focusing on customer service, communication, decision making, and problem solving. The goal of the program is to teach the participants the necessary skills to succeed in today's job market.


Transitional Services

A series of programs designed to help individuals with disabilities transition from a school environment into a working one.


Individual Placements and Supports (IPS)

Individual Placements and Supports (IPS) is an evidence-based practice that helps people with serious mental illness to work in regular jobs related to their work preferences.


Welfare to Work

Under contract with the counties of Blue Earth and Steele, MRCI provides a variety of employment services for recipients of Minnesota's Family Investment Program (MFIP), Diversionary Work Program (DWP), and Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP).

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MRCI WorkSource is a Affirmative Action  Equal Opportunity Employer


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