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On September 17, 2013, Workforce Solutions Alamo (WSA) and Alamo Colleges were pleased to announce the launch of MyAlamoCareer.org, a new virtual career center website based on a 3D gaming platform...
MyAlamoCareer.org Launches

MyAlamoCareer.org Launches

On September 17, 2013, Workforce Solutions Alamo (WSA) and Alamo Colleges were pleased to announce the launch of MyAlamoCareer.org, a new virtual career center website based on a 3D gaming platform – like an XBOX or Wii – that provides continuous access to comprehensive workforce and education information and services in a single location. The virtual career center is the first of its kind in Texas, and is also available through a downloadable app, My Alamo Career, for iPhones and iPads.
 
We invite you to explore MyAlamoCareer.org, the virtual career center that offers online tools, videos, links and interactive components allowing you to connect to services and information available from WSA and Alamo Colleges. The site includes “rooms” for education and training, financial assistance, veterans’ services, career exploration and a job search and placement lab as well as an Alamo Colleges advising office. For more information, watch the video tour of the virtual career center.
 
“Success for our students is more than just completing their degree or certification. It also includes being well prepared for good paying jobs in fields with plenty of openings and potential for growth,” said Alamo Colleges Chancellor Dr. Bruce Leslie. “At the Alamo Colleges, we are constantly seeking new ways to maximize technology for student success. By making use of 3D gaming technology, the career center created a fun, interactive way for our students to access critical information from their mobile phones, tablets or desktop computers.”
 

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