My job connects me with the Twin Cities community in so many ways
- Amanda Buhman
- • PR Account Manager
My job connects me with the Twin Cities community in so many ways. I get to work with exciting local clients that local consumers embrace in a big way. The connectivity is amazing. And it’s something I want to offer to new people, too. The Twin Cities can be such a rich professional landscape for many people. Opportunities abound.
I love working at Minnesota Public Radio
- Jay Gabler
- • Digital Producer
St. Paul, MN
I love working at Minnesota Public Radio because it’s an organization that draws its support from the community. I work with both The Current and Classical MPR (radio stations), so there’s never a dull moment! It’s a real privilege to have the chance to interact with our music-loving members, with world-class artists (including lots of awesome local bands), and with my tremendously talented coworkers.
I get to help people find the home of their dreams!
- Karissa White
- • Realtor
I get to help people find the home of their dreams! It’s very rewarding to find just the right fit and I usually end up with new friends in the process.
I am challenged; I can make a difference.
- Mike Quinn
- • VP, Business Development
I am challenged; I can make a difference. I like, respect and admire my co-workers and feel what we collectively are doing will make a difference.
Did you know?
“The strength of the Twin Cities economy lies in a diversity of industries, with concentrations in health care, advanced manufacturing, finance, and service sectors.” – MN.gov
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