Ready to Work

Workforce Solutions Alamo is proud to be an official partner of the Ready to Work initiative, an unprecedented collaborative created to help San Antonians gain access to training, resources, and high-demand jobs, leading to meaningful careers and a better life.

Workforce Solutions Alamo is Ready to Work, and we’re working daily with our partners in the Alamo Workforce Consortium to ensure we give every San Antonian the opportunity to better their lives and the lives of their family members through supportive resources and jobs in growing career fields.

Jobs and Careers Start Here

Explore the Ready To Work training catalog or view the careers in in-demand fields in San Antonio.

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What is Ready to Work?

Ready to Work is an educational and job placement program to help thousands of San Antonians improve their quality of life.

Ready to Work will:

  • Provide guidance throughout the process
  • Connect you with resources that you need
  • Guide you through career planning
  • Enroll you in approved courses
  • Offer you tuition assistance
  • Prepare you for the next level
  • Help you secure and retain a well-paid job

Who is eligible for Ready to Work?

  • 18 years old when applying for the program
  • Permitted to work in the United States
  • Resident of the City of San Antonio
  • Income less than 250% of federal poverty guidelines ($36,450 for an individual, or $75,000 for a household of four)
  • Willing to take assessments relating to barriers, academics, skills aptitude, and workplace readiness
  • Committed to completing the program

We’re launching careers and changing lives!

Workforce Solutions Alamo’s newest initiative, the Alamo Workforce Consortium, is a strategic network of trusted organizations designed to support job seekers with social resources alongside job assistance programs.

We are proud to introduce our partners!

Logo: Chrysalis Ministries
Logo: Family Service: Support. Strengthen. Serve.
Logo: Avance: Unlocking America's Potential
Logo: San Antonio Food Bank: Serving Southwest Texas
Logo: YWCA: eliminating racism / empowering women
Logo: Texas A&M University at San Antonio
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