The Texas Workforce Commission, Workforce Solutions Alamo and the Texas Veterans Commission all work together to provide employment, training, and related services to veterans via a network of partnerships and dedicated staff.
We also have staff available to serve transitioning military members and family members seeking employment in the Alamo region.
Veterans Priority Services
We offer the following veteran-specific services:
Priority service in all workforce centers
Hard-to-Serve Veterans Initiative
Comprehensive Veterans Initiative
Two-day hold on new job postings in WorkInTexas.com to ensure veterans first viewing
Integration points between WorkInTexas.com and US.jobs
Veteran– specific job search portal into WorkInTexas.com via the Texas Veterans portal
Hiring Red White and You Annual Veterans Job Fair
Match Military Experience to Civilian Occupations
Transfer Military Service Into College Credits
Increase Employability with Work Opportunity Tax Credit
Employers Seeking Military Talent
Military talent is our specialty
With such a strong pool of exiting service members in the Alamo region, competing for military talent can be a challenge. We can help you connect to thousands of service members and veterans in our workforce system.
Now, employers can translate specific skills they are seeking in the workplace to military skills that may overlap. We can show you how to use the Civilian-to-Military Occupation Translator so you can better find the military talent you seek.
Our purpose has always been to act as the state appointed advocate of Texas veterans as they attempt to secure the benefits rightfully earned in exchange for their service in our nation’s armed forces.
A Department of Defense office, led and operated by dedicated volunteers and staff whose mission is to gain and sustain the active support of America’s employers for the men and women serving in the Guard and Reserve by increasing awareness of federal and state laws, promoting compliance through education, recognizing supportive employers with an awards program, providing informal mediation services to resolve disputes related to an employee’s military service obligation, and aid Guard and Reservists in obtaining career employment opportunities.
The nation’s largest and most influential association of military officers. A powerful force speaking for a strong national defense and representing the interests of military officers and their families at every stage of their careers.
An advocate agency established to assist veterans, their dependents and survivors obtain earned benefits from the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs. The VSO also collaborates with local, state and federal government agencies, nationally chartered Veterans service organizations and non-profit agencies to assist clients in obtaining needed specialized services.
This link takes visitors to all VA listings published at USAJOBS, the official government recruitment Web site sponsored by the Office of Personnel Management. The site includes professional and administrative openings and many VA health care job vacancies.
This site provides information on vacancies and careers for many health care occupations within the Veterans Health Administration. Apply online for vacancies on this site.
Base ReAlignment and Closure (BRAC): Assist in the development of a community planning and comprehensive response to base(s) realignment and closure. Funds may be used to provide direct employment and training services to both affected workers and spouses of affected military personnel.
For more information and eligibility requirements for specialized programs, call or visit the Career Center nearest you.