Last year, more than 1,500 students statewide (161 within WSNCT service area) participated in Summer Earn and Learn and worked in positions as design graphics assistants, customer service representatives, peer counselors and others.
This event exposed youth to new careers and in-demand occupations with area employers. Since its inception, the YES! Expo has educated 15,495 youth on careers, provided hands-on interactive exploration of careers, and
offered access to hundreds of employers.
Workforce Solutions Brazos Valley Board (WSBVB) and the local Community Business Leader Partnership (CBLP) teamed up to develop an innovative program that bridges the gap between the education community and employers. The Teacher Externship program offers a continuing education opportunity to local Teachers and Counselors, by placing them into ... Read More
Each year the Texas Workforce Commission recognizes the outstanding accomplishments of Boards in the following categories: Service to Business, Service to Workers, Service to Community, Industry Sector Outreach, Youth Inspiration & Career Awareness, Sector Partnership & Career Pathways, Texas HireAbility, and Texas Rising Star Child Care. This program booklet provides ... Read More
Each year the Texas Workforce Commission honors those employers whose innovation, hard work, and investment in the Texas workforce contributes to the state’s thriving economy and provides opportunities to more than
13 million workers. This program booklet provides summaries of all those employers nominated and their successful collaborations with Texas' 28 ... Read More
After entering the Summer Earn and Learn (SEAL) program, which provides pre-employment transition services to students with disabilities, Colton Head completed a weeklong Job Readiness Boot Camp led by Workforce Solutions Capital Area’s Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) youth contractor, Goodwill Industries of Central Texas.