Lifetrack strengthens the resiliency in families experiencing the greatest disparities in education, health, employment, and income.


What's New

Meet Musse Mohamed. He's the new Employment Specialist working with the Dislocated Worker Program in Rochester, MN. Musse came to the United States in 1996 when he was 14 years old with his family and settled in Rochester, Minnesota. He completed his Bachelor of Science degree at Minnesota State University Mankato in 2008 and in February 2009, Mohamed got married in Egypt and had three children--two girls and a boy. In 2014, Mohamed completed his Master degree at St. Mary's University of MN.

Lifetrack Helped

Peace and her daughters
Peace and her husband Patrick Anigbou came to the U.S. in 2004 from Enugu, Nigeria and participated in Lifetrack's employment programs. Ten years later, Peace is back at Lifetrack to share her story and the impacts it gave to her family.

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