Workforce Solutions

Veterans

 

Attention Transitioning Soldiers, Veterans and Military Spouses!

Do you want to make money in the IT Filed? Then sign up for our CompTIA Training.

You MUST be willing to commit for 12 weeks of intense IT training from 8am to 4pm daily.

To get started contact: Joel.Aguirre@borderplexjobs.com or by Phone: 915-887-2039

Spaces are limited.

 


 

Military Spouse Training

When a military family relocates, it can be difficult for military spouses to find employment. The Military Family Support Pilot Program (MFP) is designed to better meet the needs of military spouses who want to enter the job market. The program will assist military spouses by providing them with training opportunities and support, enhanced employment services, and connections with area employers for increased employment opportunities. 

You must bring the following:
  • Proof of Authorization to Work in the US (i.e. Birth Certificate, Passport, or Social Security Card)
  • Federal, State or local government issued ID
  • Relocation Orders 

Qualifying Military Spouses may recieve:

  • Short-term Occupational Training
  • Enhanced Job Search Assistance
  • Job Placement Assistance
  • We will assist with Transportation on Support Services
  • We will assist with Childcare Services

Get Started:

Visit Vielka Atkins at the Ft. Bliss office in Bldg. 503, or call (915)-887-2635 or email: vielka.atkins@borderplexjobs.com

 

Veterans Industry Partnership (VIP) Program

The Veterans & Industry Partnership (VIP) Initiative is an initiative designed to help veterans get the advanced training needed for specific occupations in the expanding information technology, advanced manufacturing and petrochemical industries in regions of the state where these jobs are in high demand.

College Credit for Heroes

The College Credit for Heroes initiative seeks to maximize college credits awarded to veterans and service members for their military experience in order to expedite their transition into the Texas workforce. To help veterans and service members translate their military service skills into college credits and certifications, seven Texas community colleges were selected in 2011 to help create standards for assessing military training that can then be used by any college in the state. Texas veterans and service members can receive an official evaluation based on the training they received through the military by visiting College Credit for Heroes.

Texas Wide Open for Veterans

The Texas Wide Open for Veterans website was created to serve as an online resource troops and veterans out of state can use to become familiar with and then move to - Texas.