Workforce Solutions Rural Capital Area (WSRCA) is 1 of 28 workforce development boards in Texas charged with the planning and oversight of workforce programs and services.
We are a nonprofit convener of workforce services, utilizing federal and state funds designated for workforce development, employment, training, and child care.
Each of the nine counties within the Rural Capital Area has a distinct economy and workforce that reflects their unique histories and environmental features, and natural resources and amenities.
Delivering sustainable workforce solutions to such a diverse and large service area requires much more than a one-size-fits-all approach. It requires careful planning and a great deal of coordination to leverage each county's many resources and opportunities.
With this in mind, WSRCA embarked on developing strategic plans tailored for each county and a common regional strategic framework and plan. We aim to enhance collaboration around workforce development and amplify the impact of workforce initiatives and programs across the region.
The overall strategy will guide our work over the next 3 years and includes a specific plan customized for each county and an overarching regional plan that draws from common elements in the county plans.
Review the Regional & County Workforce Strategies:
Strategic Workforce Plan Kickoff Events
Rural Capital Area Regional Strategic Workforce Plan Kickoff Celebration:
Blanco County Strategic Workforce Plan Kickoff Celebration:
Highland Lakes (Burnet & Llano Counties) Strategic Workforce Plan Kickoff Celebration: