Employment

All employees at Fond du Lac Tribal and Community College are State of Minnesota employees. The college follows established employment guidelines, practices, and contracts. Fond du Lac Tribal and Community College is an affirmative action, equal opportunity employer and educator committed to the principles of diversity.

 

Fond du Lac Tribal and Community College Openings

Prospective employees may learn about current job opportunities through these resources:  Job postings and the application process for faculty and professional job opportunities at Fond du Lac Tribal and Community College are listed here.

We currently have the following open positions:

No openings at this time. Please check back later.

 

Minnesota State Openings

All current unclassified job opportunities (faculty, program directors, administrators) in the Minnesota State system are listed at this site, which is updated weekly. This site includes any current unclassified openings at Fond du Lac Tribal and Community College. (Classified job openings such as office administrative specialists and maintenance positions are listed on the Minnesota Department of Employee Relations web site, see below.)

 

State of Minnesota Openings

The Minnesota Department of Employee Relations web site includes information on how to apply for a job in state government. All classified job openings such as office administrative specialists and maintenance positions are listed on this site.

Per Clery Act requirements, FDLTCC’s annual Campus Security Reports can be found here.

Testimonials

It is awesome here at the FDLTCC Education Program because it is like a family here, if you need help or are struggling with anything, you have quite a few people who will help you out.

I chose FDLTCC for a fresh start in life. It had been two years since I graduated High School and I wanted more than just working a 9-5. I was living in Florida at the time, and I had an opportunity to travel the world doing what I love playing the game of basketball.

I chose FDLTCC because of its size and the curriculum. When I first came here in 2019, I was just looking for what I needed to volunteer, perhaps in a crisis shelter. I met with Don Jarvinen, and the rest is history.