CAPI offers employment and financial services to create pathways to economic independence for immigrants, refugees, and American-born clients.
To create these pathways, CAPI staff provide culturally competent, linguistically appropriate, individualized services and tailored employment and/or financial plans for each client. CAPI’s Economic Empowerment programs serve over 900 people.
Minnesota Family Investment Program (MFIP)
CAPI’s Minnesota Family Investment Program (MFIP)—funded through Hennepin County—strives to guide individuals toward employment while focusing on families. CAPI staff provide intensive case management, training and job coaching, and placement and retention services.
The Career Pathways program helps unemployed and underemployed refugees and immigrants find employment through credentialed training, paired with individualized career planning, work readiness, job search, placement, and retention services.
Eligibility Requirements: Unemployed or underemployed Legally authorized to work in the USA Ages 18 years or older Committed to finding full-time employment
As a Financial Opportunity Center, CAPI provides services to help individuals understand budgeting, saving, credit and debt reduction. Let us help you find a path to financial independence!
Through CAPI’s Financial Education program, individuals will learn the basics of creating a budget, banking, building credit, and the importance of saving.
CAPI’s Financial Coach provides one-on-one service to help clients create a budget, review their credit report, work on financial goal planning, and learn how to begin building wealth to move clients toward financial stability and independence.
In partnership with MN Housing and MN Homeownership Center, CAPI offers a homebuyer workshop called Home Stretch.
Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA)
In partnership with Prepare and Prosper, CAPI provides culturally competent tax assistance to over 500 low-income individuals.