For Active Duty service members
& veterans

thank you for your efforts and sacrifices while serving our country. While we can’t repay your years of service, we would like to do our part as you transition from service member to civilian. In collaboration with the armed forces, Workforce Solutions Borderplex has a dedicated staff available to service members, veterans, and their spouses conveniently located on post. You served us. Now, it’s our turn to serve you with our no-cost services.

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Training & Certification Programs
Job Search
Personal Career Counselor
Skills Development
Career Placement
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Pathways for Heroes Program

We know you have a greater chance of career success when provided with services for work readiness, career guidance, education, and training as you acclimate to civilian life. Through a Department of Labor grant, we enroll transitioning service members into training courses for high-demand occupations in the region, including aerospace and advanced manufacturing, healthcare, and IT.

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Texas Veterans Leadership Program

Our offices work closely with the Texas Veterans Leadership Program, which is a Texas Workforce Commission resource and referral network that serves to connect Veterans with the resources necessary to lead productive lives and enjoy the full benefits of the society they have served. Locally, we have a dedicated Veterans Resource Coordinator within our organization ready to provide specialized resources for incoming Veterans.

The Texas Veterans Portal

Find resources for education, healthcare, financial needs, legal, disability support, housing, and more.

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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 armed forces.

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Service Member Success Stories

Addison came to WSB after her employer closed their doors and she was left without a job and three kids to feed. Working with a WSB Career Counselor, Addison was able to enroll in a technical program, qualify for a scholarship, and train for a new career. Within 18 months, she completed the program, found new employment and began earning a higher wage than she had previously received.

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