WETC

WETC, located in Westside San Antonio, in the heart of the Edgewood community, opened in 2006 to improve the education and skill levels of students and community residents served by bridging the gap between education and high-skill, high-wage jobs through the alignment of education and workforce development efforts to ensure students and residents with opportunities to acquire the advanced education and skills necessary to be competitive in the workforce and to support the region’s targeted driver industries and the availability of trained and ready workforce.

WETC offers the following programs and services:

  • HPOG: Health Profession Opportunity Grant
  • I-BEST: Integrated Basic Education and Skills Training
  • NVC Water Resource Science Program
  • NVC Community Health Worker Program
  • English as a Second Language (ESL)
  • General Education Diploma (GED)
  • Small Business Development
  • Financial Empowerment
  • La Printeria
  • GED Testing
  • Community Computer Lab
  • Financial Aid and Admissions Assistance
  • Placement Testing
  • Advising and Registration
  • Public Allies
  • Food Pantry
  • Healthy Lifestyles
 

Partners include:

  • Edgewood ISD
  • City of San Antonio
  • Westside Development Corp.
  • Family Service
  • ESC Region 20
  • Food Bank
  • San Antonio Housing Authority

In May 2017, voters approved $23,000,000 to develop on the current site a brand new, permanent, state-of-art, 45,000 sqf Alamo Colleges campus.

Contact Info:

563 SW 40th St.
San Antonio, TX 78237
210-485-0240

Gene Gonzalez
210-485-0253
Egonzalez1@alamo.edu
Michael Moreno
210-485-0226
Mmoreno40@alamo.edu
Anna Jaramillo
210-485-0255
Ajaramillo13@alamo.edu