News & Events
State Lawmakers Visit MRCI New Ulm
State Senator Gary Dahms and State Representative Paul Torkelson toured MRCI New Ulm. In addition, the lawmakers also met with clients, MRCI community employment partners and MRCI leadership.
KEYC News: Adam Finds Independence Through MRCI
For anyone who's ever been to the River Hills mall food court, you may have noticed a smiling face or two cleaning your tables. KEYC News 12 introduces you to Adam Menden, a loyal worker for 15 years.
MRCI CDS EVENT: Disability Awareness Week Is Declared At Training Camp
Families around the state had a unique opportunity to experience the Vikings today. With help from the Mankato Rehabilitation Center Incorporated, those with disabilities as well as their families, were invited to a memorable day at training camp.
EVENT PHOTOS: MRCI at Vikings Training Camp
On July 29 MRCI held an event at Minnesota Vikings Training Camp for Client Directed Services (CDS) families from around the state.
KEYC News 12 Features MRCI Client
If you’ve ever been to the Walmart in Fairmont, you may have noticed a friendly face greeting you as you come in.
Employment Services Video
MRCI Partners with hundreds of Businesses
MRCI WorkSource has partnered with hundreds of businesses throughout Minnesota,
providing a number of MRCI workers with great jobs. In return, the businesses receive reliable, skilled workers.
MRCI Offers Monthly Education Series
MRCI WorkSource is proud to be hosting a monthly education series called Coaching Capacity. MRCI is partnering with local employers to present forward-thinking ideas to coach all talents and abilities to build capacity for your organization. Learn more
Chris Vorwerk has an eye for detail and design. It’s part of what prompted her to start her business, New Ulm-based United Commercial Upholstery, many years ago. She and her husband, co-owner Phil Vorwerk, take great pride in designing beautiful upholstered seats for golf carts and boats. Products you have to see to appreciate. Turns out their ability to look beyond the surface, though, has been one of their most rewarding business and personal ventures.
“When Tom Rivers walked in here and asked if we had interest in hiring a blind individual, I just didn’t really see how it could work in our business. I just didn’t see how the young man he mentioned could help us with sewing and upholstery without having visual feedback,” says Phil.