Careers & Training

It is now easier to view employment opportunities from any computer by accessing connects you to vast numbers of job postings offered by employers in your area or around the state.

Available Resources
Workforce Solutions of the Concho Valley has computers available within our facility for your employment needs. These computers are connected to the internet, providing you with access to employment opportunities from individual web pages to the businesses of your choice. Don't get discouraged if you do not have experience using a computer or surfing the web; we have trained staff that will assist you in viewing jobs on the internet, as well as guide you in other computer related services.

Some of the most popular job sites not only have job postings, but they also have areas for job seekers to post resumes, complete electronic job applications, list job fairs, offer search tips, and other related information. Job postings can be found in many other places. For example, cities, businesses, universities, and even special-interest groups may post listings on their websites.
  1. ACT Work Ready Community

    ACT Work Ready Community

  2. Assistive Technology

    From Braille embossers, to adjustable workstations, to specialized software programs, Workforce Solutions of the Concho Valley is supporting innovative approaches to increasing competitive, unsubsidized employment to individuals with disabilities.

  3. Choices & SNAP E&T Program

    The Choice program assists applicants, recipients, and former recipients of Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) cash assistance to transition from welfare to work.

  4. Community Resources

    Community Resources

  5. Free Email Access

    Find email account providers.

  6. Resume Assistance

    A resume is a reflection of your specific skills, abilities and accomplishments that allows you to market your knowledge and experience to an employer.

  7. Search for Jobs

    Use these resources to look for a job.

  8. Skills Assessments

    Find skills assessments to help you prove your abilities.

  9. Specialized Programs

    Specialized services are available to individuals who meet specific eligibility requirements.

  10. Unemployment Insurance

    The Texas Workforce Commission provides all unemployment insurance (UI) services online or by telephone.

  11. Training / Workforce Innovation & Opportunity Act

    The Workforce Investment Act can help you find employment.

  12. Workshops

  13. Adult Education & Literacy / GED