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Need Help Finding A Job?

  Daily Work provides free one-to-one case management, along with coaching and technical help to struggling job seekers in the community.
  We can help you get a new resume, learn insider interview tips, connect to resources for housing, clothing, and our new job club training class, and so much more!   For more information on how to take the first step, and find gainful employment. Please download the flier below.


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Steps to Success Luncheon Cancelled!

  And as all of this is going on....It’s just not safe or responsible to host our annual gathering, the Steps to Success Luncheon. The luncheon is key to Daily Work’s cash flow and operations as it brings in 30% of our annual revenue. As we work to transition our fundraising activities to our website, emails, and social media, Daily Work is financially vulnerable. Learn what we're doing to meet the needs of job seekers in our community and replace the funds usually generated by the Steps to Success Luncheon.

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Ojulu's Journey

  After coming to the U.S. as a refugee, Ojulu had only found temporary jobs. He had few clothes, even less money, and spoke basic English. Finding a job that could provide for a good life was proving to be long and hard, but he was determined.
    At Daily Work, Ojulu improved his English, found resources for free medical care and clothing, began to understand American workplace culture, and applied for better jobs.
    Keep reading to find out where Ojulu is now and to see the difference your donation makes!

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Get Connected to Daily Work's Job Seekers!

Daily Work's vision for our community is that it is a place where all people have the time and financial resources to be connected...to their employers, their neighbors, their schools, their places of worship, to mainstream society. Work makes that happen. Our mission is about connecting our job seekers to work and resources, but our blog is about connecting YOU, our friends and supporters, to our job seekers and their unique talents, perspectives and needs. It's about helping you know and feel the impact of your support and how it is making a difference in our job seekers' lives.

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Daily Work – A Community that Builds Community

What’s a business degree intern doing at an agency with mostly social work interns?  Hi, my name is Madeline Echavarria and I am an intern at Daily Work. My major is Business Administration and Accounting. I know it’s odd, right? I have a business degree at an agency where most interns are in the field of social work. However, I am utilizing my administration skills and playing a vital role in management, organization, and operational tasks. I find it interesting to see how non-profit organizations work, but what I find even more spectacular is to observe the community Daily Work …
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Praxis: Where Sociology and Social Work Converge

Putting Theory into Practice at Daily Work By Gina Mueterthies, Case Management Intern, Summer 2020 I wasn’t sure I was cut out to succeed as a Case Manager. As a Sociology/Anthropology and Women’s and Gender Studies student at St. Olaf College, (not Social Work) taking in so much new information about best practices, case notes, and client interaction was daunting. As a non-social work student, I’ve had a lot to learn about social work practice and the day-to-day operations of a Case Manager at a small, non-profit organization like Daily Work. However, as the weeks progress, I’ve realized that my …
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Here For You During Stay at Home

Hi Daily Work Friends! Marina here, one of Daily Work’s intern case managers. Since we are all still staying at home, I wanted to check in to see how you’re doing in this bizarre and worrisome time we’re facing due to the Covid-19 pandemic. With so much change and turmoil at this time, many of you may be feeling uncertainty about the future and the success of your job search efforts. We are very aware of this concern and want you to know we can support you through this time of change. First and foremost, Daily Work is still taking …
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