Austin Community College Vocational Training
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Train for a new career quickly and affordably at Austin Community College. A.C.C.’s Fast Track Career Certificates can give you a helpful edge in the job market by equipping you with the in-demand skills Central Texas employers need now. Noncredit and for-credit certificate options are available to help you achieve fast results and long term success.
Austin Career Institute
Austin Career Institute (ACI) is an award-winning licensed vocational school in Austin, Texas offering hands-on training and job assistance in well paying, in demand careers. ACI is an approved vendor at Texas Workforce Commission Career Schools and Colleges and at the US Department of Veterans Affairs.
Goodwill Career & Technical Academy of Central Texas
The Goodwill Career & Technical Academy (GCTA) provides accelerated training for professional career certifications in a variety of industries at little to NO cost to you.
Aunt Bertha Website
Best Resource Page for all of your Needs in the Austin Area
Find food assistance, Help paying bills, and other free or reduced cost programs in Austin, TX. Plus a job search page, Legal help or advice and a way to get help with transportation. just for Austin
Work Force Solutions Child Care Services
Workforce Solutions Capital Area Capital Area Child Care Services provides resources for children, families and child care providers for the Austin area.
Dress for Success
Dress for Success is a global not-for-profit organization that empowers women to achieve economic independence by providing a network of support, professional attire, and the development tools to help women thrive in work and in life.
Austin Public Library
The Austin Central Library and 20 Library Branches! The Austin Public Library is committed to providing easy access to books and information for all ages, through responsive professionals, engaging programs and state-of-the-art technology in a safe and friendly environment. Their efforts and resources and the programs, services, and materials they offer are tied to these priorities:
- Literacy Advancement
- Workforce and Economic Development
- Digital Inclusion, STEM and Computer Training
- Outreach and Community Engagement
- Staff Development
- Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion
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