Matching skills with a company’s needs is critical to the location decisions. To meet employer needs for skilled workers, the Seguin Economic Development Corporation (SEDC) has established relationships with local and regional workforce development partners such as the Texas Workforce Commission and Workforce Solutions Alamo. Below you can find a list of resources and services to help business save money, improve productivity and provide a competitive edge.
The Texas AutoCoder
Labor market information is not collected for every occupational title in Texas. So how do you find data on unique job titles? The Texas AutoCoder accepts any job title or job description and provides the best match to a Standard Occupational Classification (SOC) occupational title for which data are available. Data items include wages, projections, an occupational profile and job openings posted on Work In...
Texas Reality Check
There is nothing more motivational for students than showing them the relevance between educational attainment and their earnings power. Reality Check is designed to help students understand the connection between lifestyle aspirations and the importance of postsecondary education. It allows students to make lifestyle choices, create a budget, and then to view the occupations and preferred education levels that support those choices. Reality Check is...
State Training Inventory
The State Training Inventory (STI) is a compilation of Texas education and workforce training providers, their programs, contact information, labor market information, enrollment and graduation data (where available). Education and training providers can be public, private and proprietary institutions. STI is designed to assist customers locate education and workforce training programs, see the connection between education and occupations, and estimate the formal supply of skilled...
Texas Career Check
Texas Career Check is an exploration tool built for students to research different Careers and Schools. This system provides an intuitive way to look for information and descriptions on occupations and schools that the student may be interested in. This tool brings together a wealth of information from various sources maintained by different entities. While these independent entities are informative on their own, they are...
College for All Texans
The State of Texas provides information through the College for All Texans campaign about paying for college and student financial aid programs.
Registered Apprenticeship Training Programs for Job Seekers
Registered Apprenticeships are jobs. Registered Apprenticeship is the process of learning a skilled occupation through paid on-the-job training under the supervision of a journey level craftperson or trade professional combined with related classroom instruction.
Job Corps is the largest free residential education and job training program for young adults ages 16-24. Job Corps connect your with the skills and education you need to get the career you want!
Career One Stop
CareerOneStop is the flagship career, training, and job search website for the U.S. Department of Labor. The website serves job seekers, businesses, students, and career advisors with a variety of free online tools, information and resources.
Texas Work Prep
The Texas Work Prep Learning Management System (LMS) is designed and hosted by the Texas Workforce Commission to manage the delivery of job search content and resources and to facilitate “anytime, anywhere” access to learning more about getting, and keeping, the job of your choice. Texas Work Prep contains three on-line courses; Your Next Job, designed to assist laid off workers reinvigorate their job search...
Alamo Colleges - Central Texas Technology Center (CTTC)
Alamo Colleges District, has worked in partnership with New Braunfels Economic Development Corporation and the Seguin Economic Development Corporation to bring Central Texas Technology Center (CTTC) to the New Braunfels, Seguin and surrounding area residents.
This facility provides higher education and technical skills training to promote employment opportunities in high demand occupations.
What does the Central Texas Technology Center have to...
The Alamo Academies is a national award winning, innovative, STEM-based instructional model operated by the Alamo Area Academies Inc., a non-profit organization, in partnership with the Alamo Colleges, area high schools, area industry and the cities of San Antonio, New Braunfels and Seguin. The Alamo Academies provides Seguin area youth with tuition-free career pathways into critical demand technical STEM occupations. The program utilizes contextualized industry-driven...
Seguin ISD - Early College High School Program
In January 2014, the Seguin Independent School District and Alamo Colleges – St. Philip’s College jointly established the Seguin Early College High School (ECHS). The Seguin ECHS has a primary goal of affording students from underrepresented backgrounds the opportunity to earn an Associate’s degree or 60+ college credit hours at no cost to the students or their families. As a TEA (Texas Education Agency) designated...
Talent Pipeline Project
The Talent Pipeline Project is a collaborative initiative to develop and keep talent here in Seguin. Designed to build strong lines of communication between local schools and employers, the program exposes students to possible careers and prepares them for life after high school. The program is active in the Seguin ISD as well as Navarro ISD. Businesses meet with local schools and discuss the skills...
Workforce Solutions Alamo (WSA)
The Workforce Solutions Alamo (WSA) serves as the governing board for the regional workforce system, a network of service providers and contractors that brings people and jobs together. Seguin works very closely with Workforce Solutions Alamo to provide the cities growing workforce demand. Their mission is to build a premier workforce that meets business demand through investments that support economic growth.
Workforce Solutions Alamo,...