Minneapolis Academy and Career Center - 2nd Floor

Minneapolis Academy and Career Center (MACC), an Alternative High School by Minneapolis Public Schools!

More than an Alternative... @800 West Broadway!

MACC is a developing education and career collaborative by Minneapolis Public Schools, in partnership with the Minnesota Department of Employment and Economic Development (DEED) - North Minneapolis WorkForce Center, Minneapolis Community and Technical College (MCTC) and NorthPoint Health and Wellness Center.


We provide students with innovative opportunities to complete their high school education and re-engage in their community, educational environment, career/job path and training or post-secondary education.


What makes us different than traditional high schools?

MACC offers 17 to 21-year-old students an alternative educational path combining what we know works well - with something new that has great promise. We practice flexibility, possibility and community connectivity in student-paced learning environments with supportive online classes and face-to-face models with small class sizes.

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We are currently enrolling students!

In collaboration with MPS Online Learning, MACC offers 21st-century technology with flexible learning environments to support large and small group learning, as well as online learning!

     - Dual credit opportunities - high school (MPS) and college credit (MCTC).

     - Minneapolis Public Schools career pathways with direct connection to jobs or training.

     - Intentional connections made between academic learning and work-based learning opportunities.

     - Developing internships/apprenticeships to engage participants in real-life job experiences.

     - Access to vocational work assessment and exploration with direct connection to employer.


    For additional information: macc@mpls.k12.mn.us  or call 612-668-1450


For additional information on this anchor partner visit their main website:





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Family Resource Center

The Family Resource Center provides school-based resources and social services for families and students at Minneapolis Public Schools. The Family Resource Center is available to families by appointments and by walk-ins. We partner with community agencies and public institutions to provide comprehensive school-based, social, emotional and physical health services and learning opportunities for families and students.

Health Related Services:

- Assistance applying for medical assistance and emergency medical assistance

- Assistance applying for sliding fee programs

- Help with eye glasses vouchers

- Help navigating the medical system for assessments and chronic disease care

- Help getting needed immunization and physicals

Mental Health Services:

- Help connect families with community based mental health providers

- Build collaborations to bring community providers into school buildings for group and individual mental health services

- Help families navigate medical systems for assessments

- On-site mental health clinic run by Mental Health Collective

Community Resources:

- Connect families and youth with basic need resources including: housing, furniture, household items, food, clothes, etc.

- Connect families and youth with job search, after-school education programs, community-based tutoring programs, school registration and summer programs, etc.



For additional information about the Family Resource Center at 800 West Broadway contact:

Lisa Williams-Rolle, Community Liaison

Minneapolis Public Schools




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Minneapolis Community and Technical College Education and Career Services

Minneapolis Community and Technical College (MCTC) is a community partner in-house at 800 West Broadway. MCTC assists guests who visit 800 West Broadway with key information to access educational services and higher education. MCTC assists these individuals by providing information on career development pathways and options available for higher education training at MCTC or the other 36 colleges and universities who are part of the Minnesota State Colleges and Universities System. Services are located by the 2nd floor Room 218; every Thursday: 9:00 am – 2:00 pm.


For additional information about MCTC Education and Career Services contact:

Amy Konkoly, Career Navigator

Minneapolis Community & Technical College (MCTC)

Phone: 612-659-6659

Text: 612-643-0150




For additional information on this community partner visit their main website:




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TRIO Educational Oportunnity Center

TRIO Education Opportunity Center (EOC) is a FREE educational outreach program helping eligible* adults in Minnesota Metro Area pursue college education and/or training.

EOC is funded by the U.S. Department of Education, Title IV, TRIO programs.

Through EOC you can:


Services are located by the 2nd floor Room 218; every Wednesday: 9:00 am – 5:00 pm.


For additional information about TRIO - EOC Services contact:

Anna Gusovsky MS, LPCC


Phone: 612-668-2103 or 612-659-6543



For additional information on this community partner visit their main website:





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