We offer a lot more than just resume help.

There are a lot of opportunities out there and we want to help you find the right one! Workforce Solutions of Central Texas provides free comprehensive employment services that help you prepare for, locate, and obtain jobs and careers that suit your strengths, lifestyles, and goals.


Labor market insights, work-related assessments, and specialists with career planning tools and information.


Free workshops in our locations to provide individuals looking for work with tools to navigate today's evolving job market.


Access to adult education and literacy programs as well as grant programs for formal skills training and college education.


Registration on the statewide workforce database, WorkInTexas.com is required so employers can find your employment information.


Specialized Services for youth, veterans, people with disabilities, dislocated workers and others facing employment challenges.

Our Career Centers offer free use of computers, printers, copiers, fax machines and phones for your job search.

Workforce Solutions Career Center specialists are here to help you and can share proven tips on how to achieve success in your career. We can provide knowledge on the types of jobs that are growing and sustainable, how to prepare for them, along with connections and events to help you obtain them. 


The first step in starting your journey is to register on WorkinTexas.com so you can connect with employers and job opportunities as well as receive notifications for upcoming employment fairs, recruitment and hiring events.

Career exploration Tools

We provide current Labor Market Information for in-demand occupations, pay scales, career options, required education and training/skill levels, working conditions, future demand of occupations, information on companies and organizations, as well as a multitude of other data on local, national, or international markets.

Planning for a new, different, or better career can feel overwhelming. The more you know about your skills and preferences, the more prepared you are to search for jobs that are a good fit, write resumes, present yourself to potential employers in interviews, and find the career that best suits you. 

A variety of online career self-assessment tools are available here to help you identify the skills, interests, work values, and personality that you bring to the workplace.

It is important to research careers that match your interests, skills, values, and talents. As you explore, you will begin to identify which occupations are most appealing to you. 

Focus your efforts on gathering more detailed information about these specific jobs to narrow down your options for potential career paths. You may discover jobs that you have not considered or even knew existed.  

After you narrow down the occupation options that are most appealing to you, it is time to decide which occupation is the best fit for you based on what you now know about yourself and the occupations you’ve researched.

-Do you have the education, training, credentials, and experience that are required?

If the answer is No, what do you need to obtain? Determine what you are missing, then make a plan to address and fill in the gaps.  

Now make sure you are prepared for the job search! 

-Is your resume up-to-date?

-When was the last time you interviewed for a job?

-What are the most effective ways to search for a job?

Workforce Solutions of Central Texas Career Centers are located around the region offering experienced staff to help you identify a career path and provide tools, like workshops and assessments, to market your skills, experience, and education to potential employers all at no cost to you. 

WorkInTexas.com is a comprehensive online job search resource and matching system developed and maintained by the Texas Workforce Commission. It provides recruiting assistance to Texas employers of all types and sizes, and job search assistance to any individual seeking work in Texas. Click HERE for more information on workintexas.com.

CareerOneStop is a career, training, and job search website for the U.S. Department of Labor. The site serves job seekers, businesses, students, and career advisors with a variety of free online tools, information, and resources.

The Occupational Outlook Handbook can help you find career information on duties, education, and training, pay, and outlook for hundreds of occupations.

My Next Move is a web-based interactive tool from the Labor Department for new job seekers, students, and other career-explorers to learn more about their career options.

A specialized My Next Move for Veterans helps transitioning service members and veterans find careers through keyword search, by browsing industries that employ different types of workers, or by discovering civilian careers that are similar to their military MOS.

¿Hablas español? Mi Próximo Paso is a version of the ‘My Next Move’ tool for Spanish-language speakers.

Your professional network of trusted contacts gives you an advantage in your career and is one of your most valuable assets. LinkedIn exists to help you make better use of your professional network and help the people you trust in return.

Professional Development Workshops

Those who are looking for work or wanting to change careers can benefit from learning the concepts taught in our workshops. These skill-building sessions are designed to be interactive and motivating, as well as educational. All of our workshops are free and open to the public, no appointment is necessary to attend.

Applying the skills you learn in these workshops will help you to find a job, and give you increased confidence in your ability to be successful in your career goals. Individuals who take our Career Workshops and apply what they learn are able to shorten the time they spend looking for work.

Funding for Education + Training

Workforce Solutions of Central Texas administers tuition assistance grants so that citizens can earn certifications or degrees in our approved training programs.

Training assistance may be available to those who are unemployed or underemployed, seeking employment in high-growth occupations or seeking employment in high-demand occupations.

Assistance is also available for eligible individuals to complete formal educational programs for adult education and literacy. Examples of these programs include basic math and reading, GED or high school equivalency preparation, and English as a Second Language.

Workforce Solutions of Central Texas partners with community colleges in our region to provide AEL services to residents of Central Texas. Instructors from these colleges provide english language, math, reading, and writing instruction to assist adult students to earn a high school equivalency, and successfully enter college or workforce training.

To register for the GED program please call: (254) 526-1120

Central Texas College AEL
Temple College AEL

Any customer who needs remediation can enroll in our program, even if they have a high school diploma or HSE certificate. The program also includes customers who need remediation in the TSI, ASVAB, TABE, ACT, NRS, Praxis, Praxis II, HiSET, SAT, TASC, TEAS, and CASAS tests. All you need to do is take a free TABE assessment at your nearest location to be referred to the program.

Adult learners can improve their English skills in reading, writing, and speaking.

To register for the GED program please call: (254) 526-1120

Central Texas College AEL
Temple College AEL

As you plan the steps in your career path, you may discover your dream job requires more or different education than you have earned. The cost of education and training necessary to earn a degree, license or certificate can be expensive. Each year, billions of dollars in student financial assistance is provided to put qualified people in high-demand career fields.  

If you have been affected by a lay-off, are a veteran or qualified spouse/dependent, are age 17-24, or are an individual affected by a disability, education and training assistance may also be provided through workforce development program funding.

Stop by your local Workforce Solutions where experienced specialists are available to provide information and assistance and can help determine if you qualify for funding.

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Hiring + Career Networking Events

Workforce Solutions Business Services staff work directly with local businesses to host hiring events to bring employers and job seekers together. 

Career networking events help both employers and job seekers expand their reach: individuals in the community can learn about employment opportunities and company culture, and employers can meet with and accept resumes directly from individuals and may hold interviews and hire qualified applicants on-the-spot. 

WorkInTexas.com has updated information on the hiring events in our centers and across Texas. Once you have created a profile, you can also get email alerts whenever a new hiring event is scheduled. 

Like and follow our social media accounts for the latest updates on hiring events and special activities at our centers and other locations.





Specialized Employment Services

  • 254-200-2000 | call
    254-742-4400 | call
    512-556-4055 | call
    512-446-6440 | call
  • 300 Cheyenne Drive , Killeen | map
    201 Santa Fe Way, Temple | map
    523 E 3rd St, Lampasas | map
    313 N Main St #1, Rockdale | map

At Workforce Solutions of Central Texas, we can help you every step of the way to achieve your goals. Join thousands of Central Texans and own the future of your career or business.


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