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Minneapolis Community and Technical College offers eligible employees a great benefits package. Eligibility is determined by the type and length of employment as well as job classification and collective bargaining unit agreement or personnel plan. Benefits are administered by the Minnesota Management & Budget (MMB) department of the State of Minnesota.
Health and Wellness
The State of Minnesota encourages wellness and promotes preventive care, offering many benefits and resources to help employees and their families lead healthy, balanced lives.

This may include:

  • Medical and dental plans
  • Prescription drug coverage
  • Health care spending and savings accounts
  • Employee Assistance Program (EAP)
  • Wellness programs and resources
  • Convenience clinics
Financial Well-Being
Financial well-being is about making good financial decisions today and planning for the future. The State of Minnesota offers savings and investment plans, time off, insurance options, and more to help employees meet their financial goals.

Professional Development
Because employees are one of our most valuable assets, we encourage professional development that empowers employees to do the work they love and reach their career goals. There are a number of tools and resources to help employees explore career paths, expand skill sets, and plan their future at the state.

Work/Life Balance
We believe hard work is important, but we also know a balance is essential. These programs are designed to help you with your work and personal life.

The above is a general summary of state benefits for eligible employees and is provided for informational purposes only. The state reserves the right to change, amend or discontinue any plan at any time as permitted by applicable law, funding availability, and/or union/collective bargaining agreement.

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