Services for Employers


Minnesota public schools can accelerate their educator talent recruiting efforts with the help of Educate Minnesota.  The result is an increased and more diverse applicant pool for your educator jobs, stronger employer brand, and new relationships with programs that produce talent for the future.

We maintain a set of services for all Minnesota public schools (charters, districts, cooperatives, etc.).  Use these to help your recruiting and staffing operations.

Fee-Based Professional Services

You can also offload the must-do activities of effective recruiting to Educate Minnesota. 

We can help you in a number of key areas, including: professionally designed careers websites that shows candidates why you are an employer of choice, timely and cost-effective virtual career events,  and engaging your candidates through the application process.   Read more about each of the following or schedule a time to talk about how we can help you.

Employer Eligibility Requirements

Organizations eligible to participate in Educate Minnesota and its services must be recognized as public school entities in the state of Minnesota – independent districts, charter schools/networks, intermediate districts, education cooperatives, etc. – recruiting to hire in positions where a Minnesota educator license is required.

All eligible schools must conform to the Minnesota Human Rights Act and U.S Equal Employment Opportunity Commission policies regarding nondiscrimination in employment and all applicable Equal Opportunity Laws.

In addition, all eligible schools must abide by the Principles of Professional Conduct for Career Services and Employment Professionals as published by the National Association of College and Employers (NACE).   These principles require employers to maintain a recruitment process that is fair and equitable, and to help candidates make informed and responsible decisions.

Educate Minnesota reserves the right to refuse or limit access due to any of the following: failing to adhere to the above policies, violating any local, state or federal laws, or any other behavior or conduct which, in the discretion of the Educate Minnesota, warrants denial of service or access.