This interactive site is a clearinghouse of all things workforce -- from information on WIOA and business and jobseeker success stories, to industry and jobseeker success stories. Read More
Rural Capital Area worked closely with RDC to support its recruitment activities, including offering Vice President Dave Holden office space at the Workforce Solutions Office in Round Rock to use to conduct interviews. During the first week of recruitment within Rural Capital Area facilities, RDC hired 15 new employees. ...
More than a dozen Local Workforce Development Boards were recognized for their outstanding accomplishments over the past year at the 20th Annual Texas Workforce Conference Board Awards ceremony last December in Houston. Read More
The annual Texas Workforce Commission 2016 Employer Awards recognizes “those employers, whose innovation, hard work, and investment in the Texas workforce contribute to the state’s thriving economy and its more than 13 million workers.” This program booklet contains brief descriptions of both award recipient and nominee programs. Read More
In 2016 the Borderplex Workforce Development Board embarked on a collaborative strategic planning process with identified goals and strategies for 2017. Read More
Workforce Solutions Texoma, Gainesville Economic Development Corp. Partner with North Central Texas College to Target High-Demand Job Training
The Gainesville Economic Development Corp. (EDC) and Workforce Solutions Texoma have partnered with North Central Texas College (NCTC) to implement a simulated training environment for licensed vocational nurse (LVN) and registered nurse (RN) trainees. Read More
Workforce Solutions is proud to make the "When I Grow Up" workforce education curriculum available to you AT NO CHARGE. The curriculum can be used in conjunction with your school's career day or done in the classroom. Read More
In October 2015, the Texas Workforce Commission dedicated $1 million dollars to support collaborations between Workforce Development Boards and Economic Development Corporations to provide high-demand occupational job training in local workforce areas. Read More
The commercial and industrial construction sector in the Gulf Coast region of Texas is thriving. JACOBS, in collaboration with Workforce Solutions and Lee College, launched the JumpStart program, which puts newly qualified people into new and exciting jobs in the industry. Read More
The DFW Aerospace Consortium in coordination with the North Central Texas Council of Governments is developing an Aerospace/Aviation gaming application for smart phones and devices that will launch in Fall 2016. The consortium is working with our regional academic partner, University of Texas at Arlington (UTA), to develop this ...