An On-site Registration Sessions at Refinitiv has been scheduled for Friday, Jan. 31st from 9:00am - 12:00pm! The Refinitiv committee will be spreading out the invites during the week leading up to the session- they will be your venue to become registered to attend the session.

Eagan Registration Sessions have been scheduled! To sign up for Eagan sessions, visit our website calendar here and look for the orange posts titled "Refinitiv-ONLY Registration Session." These Registration Sessions will be held at the Eagan Community Center during the following dates and times:


Thursday, Feb. 6th:

  • 9:00am - 12:00pm

  • 1:00pm - 4:00pm

Monday, Feb. 10th:

  • 9:00am - 12:00pm

  • 1:00pm - 4:00pm

In addition, further Registration Sessions will be held following the TAA Benefits meeting at the CareerForce Center in Bloomington. TAA's portion of the meeting will last approximately one hour, followed by a Registration Session to enroll everyone in our program. To sign up for the TAA Benefits meetings at either 10:00am or 2:00pm on Friday, Feb. 14th (and the Registration Session to follow) please visit our calendar here. 

Space is limited and registration is required - sign up today! For those of you who would like to enroll in the program sooner, please visit our calendar here to sign up for one of our general public Registration Sessions. 

(Last updated on Thursday, January 30th, 2020)


Please bring the following to your session:

▪ Layoff Letter ▪ Driver’s License or State-issued photo ID ▪ Social Security Card/W2 ▪ DD214 (if veteran)

If you don’t have all of these items on hand, don’t worry! You can bring them to your first meeting with your counselor, but we need them prior to completing your enrollment (state requirement).

A Test of Adult Basic Education (TABE) is required for all participants with less than a Bachelor’s Degree who wish to participate in any training. An interest assessment is required for all participants who wish to take any training regardless of grade level.



We are currently working with Refinitiv HR to determine possible on-site workshops and training opportunities. Future Refinitiv-specific events will take place at our Eagan office location, the Eagan Wescott Library, or the Eagan Community Center.


This page will update as soon as details have been confirmed. (Last updated on Thursday, January 30th, 2020)



Once you have attended a registration session, provided all required documentation, and met with your counselor, you are officially enrolled and can begin taking advantage of all of the benefits our program has to offer.

Benefits include:


Career Counseling

Résumé Development

Job Search Assistance

Interview Preparation

Funding for Training

Financial Support 

Job Search Workshops

Who we are:

Minnesota Job Partners has been selected by a committee of Refinitiv employees to provide Dislocated Worker Program services to those impacted by the layoffs. This program of benefits is free, and provides you with opportunities for training, career counseling, résumé assistance, financial support, and more. State and federal funding make this program possible.

We want to extend a warm welcome to you. Job loss can be stressful when your future is uncertain. Minnesota Job Partners employs a team of experts who can help you confidently step into your bright future.  All of us here at MJP look forward to working with you through this transition. Our LinkedIn, Facebook, and Twitter accounts offer additional avenues for you to receive up-to-date information from our agency. MJP has also created a Pinterest account to share helpful job search articles with our participants.


Call us at (612) 676-3710 to learn more!



Former Refinitiv 


The MN Job Partners Team recognizes that this may be a challenging and complicated moment for those impacted by the layoffs at Refinitiv. Our thoughts are with you. There are services available to those who are losing their jobs, free of charge, to help you through this transition, including the Dislocated Worker Program.


We will be here as long as you need; we are committed to supporting you.


Enrollment: The First Step

Participation in our program begins with attending a registration session. These sessions are facilitated by friendly, experienced staff who will begin by explaining the Dislocated Worker Program to you. Next, you will complete your application, with the facilitator walking you through the paperwork & answering any questions you may have.


After attending an enrollment session, you will be contacted by your counselor to arrange a one-on-one session at our offices. In this meeting with your counselor, you will establish a relationship and share your story. This meeting is all about YOU: your education, your work history, your family, health, finances - you want to give your counselor your full history so they can best help you determine a plan to achieve your goals. At the completion of this meeting, you are enrolled & can start taking advantage of our program's benefits!

After meeting with your counselor, you will start working on your action steps - the items in your individual employment plan (IEP) that require your attention. Training, résumé assistance, workshops, interview preparation, and financial support are just a few features we can assist you with. You and your counselor will monitor your progress toward reaching your goals, and adjust your IEP as necessary.


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Success By The Numbers

A former participant after a recent interview & job offer:

“They were so very impressed with all the efforts I had gone through to keep up in the industry with my conference attendance and to enhance & grow my computer skills as a designer. I CANNOT thank you and Minnesota Job Partners enough for the priceless offerings you have given me. You completely gave me an edge above the rest and I will be much more successful in this job because of it...You really have a SOLID program that honestly has meant so much to me (and so many others.) At a rough time when it was a struggle to get on my feet, I feel I had an organization and the government behind me that wanted me to succeed and offered me the financial, people and tangible resources to build my confidence and keep me relevant. And it showed in my interviews! I am really grateful for my job and it is a great new home."

Participants earned 99.2% of their previous wage

769 Individuals have earned at least one credential (with 277 additional credentials still in progress)

Successful Exit Rate: 85%

Minnesota Job Partners is the career services division of the Minnesota Teamsters Service Bureau.
We are an equal opportunity employer/program provider.