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Workforce Solutions Rural Capital Area is proud to continue offering Central Texans expanded upskilling opportunities by providing free access to the 5-Minute Countdown Series hosted by the Dynamic Works Institute.
In an effort to improve broadband (high speed internet) access in our rural communities, Workforce Solutions Rural Capital Area is assisting Connected Nation and their collaboration with CAPCOG to gather some data in Blanco, Burnet and Llano counties to determine the current status of broadband access, adoption and use.
Our new Workforce Solutions of Blanco County location is now open in Johnson City.
The Workforce Solutions Rural Capital Area team is proud to announce that our new Workforce Solutions of Hays County Career Center has opened in San Marcos.
TOPICS: The Future of Work
We're grateful to the Texas State University Ingram School of Engineering, for providing our team with a tour of the Ingram Hall Makerspace.
Workforce Solutions Rural Capital Area (WSRCA) is committed to empowering employers and job seekers by identifying best practices in workforce development and delivering programs and tools to leverage the existing knowledge and skills of workforce customers to set them on a pathway to career success. The WSRCA Skill-Based Career Progression Lattices are designed to address this objective by visibly highlighting the dynamics of strategic career mobility and the importance of a skilled workforce.