You can get free employment assistance at any of our four career service centers. Each location is staffed with career counselors who work with job seekers to assess their skills, interests, and abilities and to advise them on jobs, in-demand career opportunities, and potential training options. Recruiting events and various workshops are also held at select locations throughout the year.
Career centers also provide free public access to computers with internet, telephones, and fax machines. Staff are available to assist job seekers with building a resume, general career exploration, and job search. Services include:
Resource rooms with phones, computer, & internet
Employment plan development
Job training services
Job search assistance
Labor market & employment information
Support services (such as SNAP, SNAP E&T, CHOICES, & CHOICES TANF)
Hiring events and business service information
Referrals to community resources and agencies
Unemployment insurance information
(Offered weekly at Temple & Killeen Career Centers)
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. We can also provide virtual typing assessments (and others, including MS Word and Excel). Contact Us to learn more.
CareerOneStop Skills Matcher–Rate your levels on 40 key workplace skills. We’ll show you careers that match your ratings.
O*NET Interest Profiler–Find out what your interests are and how they relate to the world of work.
WorkInTexas.com is a comprehensive online job search resource and matching system developed and maintained by the Texas Workforce Commission. Individuals seeking a new job, different job, or an additional job can post their résumé, search job listings (including Texas state agency jobs), obtain employer contact information to apply for jobs, get information about the job market, and receive a variety of other services. WorkInTexas.com is provided at no cost, 24 hours a day, seven days a week, and seeks to match qualified job seekers with potential job opportunities, online and in real time, by comparing things like work experience, skills, abilities, education, and other factors.
Child Care Services offers access to subsidized daycare services, information about trusted providers, parent classes, & referrals to other resources.
If you’re interested in pursuing training, WSCT can help you determine what to study, how to pay for it, and where to go for assistance.
The Senior Community Service Employment Program (SCSEP) provides training and employment services to low-income job seekers ages 55 and older to help them secure unsubsidized employment in the public and private sectors.
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