The initiative allowed Workforce and the training provider to bring together and leverage employer requirements, job seeker’s skills and certification requirements in this high-demand occupation.
The accomplishments of the Borderplex Workforce Development Board are brought to life in this creative use of info-graphics, photos and other visual effects to deliver the Board’s quarterly report.
This article from the Laredo Morning Times describes a partnership among South Texas Workforce Solutions, TWC and area school districts and employers to focusing on medical, education, trade and transportation occupations.
This partnership among the Concho Valley Workforce Development Board, Texas Workforce Commission and San Angelo Development Corporation for the Howard College-San Angelo “LVN-to-RN (Standalone) Bridge Program” accelerates training of existing LVNs.
The Alamo STEM Workforce Coalition (ASWC) was formed in 2015 as a partnership between Workforce Solutions Alamo and several community partners with the purpose of connecting teachers with employers in learning how math and science is applied in the real world. Since its inception, the partnership has grown into ... Read More
In 2015 the Lubbock Economic Development Alliance (LEDA), Workforce Solutions South Plains and the Texas Workforce Commission (TWC) announced plans to leverage funds and grant six area school districts a total of $158,000 to assist in enhancing and maximizing the capacity of various Career and Technical Education (CTE) programs.
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The community of Coleman, Texas found itself with a severe shortage of trained medical staff, specifically individuals with the industry recognized credential of Certified Nurse Assistant, or CNA. To rectify the situation and train the needed CNA’s to secure the health and safety of residents and fill available jobs, ... Read More
The Borderplex Workforce Development Board is one of several community partners that created the Borderplex Alliance, a regional non-profit organization dedicated to economic development and prosperity in the Ciudad Juárez, El Paso, and southern New Mexico region.