Learn how to apply for unemployment benefits.
An unemployment appeal is your written notice that you disagree with a TWC decision and want your case decided through the appeal process. Find detailed information and instructions for each step of the appeal process.
TWC provides resources to help parents find child care.
Learn how to register for a TWC tax account on TWC's Unemployment Tax Registration (UTR) system. Learn who can use UTR and what information is required to register.
Find resources on Choices services for people who get help from Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF).
Find resources on the College Credit for Heroes program, which awards college credit to veterans and service members for their military experience. The initiative eliminates obstacles to attaining licensing, certification, and accreditation to make it easier for veterans to earn college degrees.
CCRC is a residential training facility that serves adults who are blind. We help them learn ways to prepare for a job. CCRC also helps people with vision loss attend college or trade school.
Find information on how to respond to TWC employer notices, including a Notice of Application for Unemployment Benefits, Earnings Verification request and Notice of Maximum Potential Chargeback.
Employment discrimination is against a job applicant or an employee because of the person's protected class.
The laws apply to work situations such as hiring, firing, promotions, harassment, training, wages, and benefits.
Find information on browsing job openings, creating a résumé and applying for jobs. There are search tips and ways to get help with writing a résumé and cover letters. You can also get help with interviewing, negotiating salaries and evaluating job offers.
The Vocational Rehabilitation (VR) program helps people with disabilities prepare for, get, keep, and grow in meaningful career paths.
Find information on education services, including internships, dual credit programs, and career schools and colleges. Plan your Texas college education. Search for education and training providers using the state training inventory.
Find resources on the Foreign Labor Certification for employers filing applications for H-2A and H-2B foreign labor visas through the U.S. Department of Labor.
Find contact information for Foster Youth Transition Centers.