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The Skills for Small Business grant supports businesses with fewer than 100 employees. Learn about the Skills for Small Business program, who is eligible and how to apply.

Learn about the SNAP Education and Training (E&T) program. The Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), formerly known as food stamps, helps low-income people buy food. SNAP E&T helps people who receive SNAP benefits find jobs. Find information about services, funding, and other resources.

The Texas Industry Partnership Program webpage is intended to provide an overview of the program, as well as resources and guidance on how to apply. The goal of the program is to increase high demand job training in Texas communities.

The Texas Rising Star program is a quality rating and improvement system for child care programs participating in TWC's Child Care Services program. Programs that attain certification in Texas Rising Star show a level of quality that exceeds Child Care Regulation minimum standards for child care.

Find information and resources on the benefits and services available under the Trade Adjustment Assistance program.

A pre-k partnership is when a school partners with one or more quality child care programs to give quality care and education to 3- and 4-year-old children. In a formal pre-k partnership, children are part of both public-school pre-k and TWC's Child Care Services program.

Unemployment Benefits is an employer-paid program that provides temporary, partial income replacement to eligible workers who lost their job or are working reduced hours through no fault of their own.

The Unemployment Tax program collects wage information and unemployment taxes from employers. The wage information determines the amount of unemployment benefits claimants may receive. Unemployment taxes are used to pay unemployment benefits.

Find resources on how the Texas Workforce Commission provides employment, training and related services to veterans through a network of partnerships, Workforce Solutions offices and dedicated staff, as well as specific rules, policies, guidance and initiatives.

We are here to help you with understanding workplace disability issues, filling open positions with qualified talent with disabilities, assessing your workplace, job descriptions and recruitment and application processes to remove barriers, providing training and accommodation assistance.