Workforce And Job Training Resources - South


Workforce training resources are abundant in the Dallas area. Here are a few organizations operating in the South Dallas community. 

Year Up
Year Up Dallas/Fort Worth offers an intensive, one-year program for college students, ages 18-24, combining professional coaching, hands-on skill development, and internships at some of America’s top companies. As college students, our young adults have access to the library, tutoring resources, and other services offered by the college, in addition to the services offered by Year Up. Visit the website for more information about the Year Up program

Dallas Community College District
The seven colleges of DCCCD equip students for successful living and responsible citizenship. In addition, they provide economic benefits to business, taxpayers and the community. To learn more about the classes and degree programs, how to apply and register, or other information about funding your education, visit the Dallas county Community College District website

Dev Mountain
Dev Mountain offers a number of coding bootcamps for those interested in careers in web development. Through their full-time (Immersive) or part-time ("After Hours") coding bootcamps, Dev Mountain is accelerating education by focusing on modern technical skills for today's fast-paced high-tech industries. They offer a variety of courses taught by industry professionals with years of real-world experience, from web development and user experience (UX) design to iOS development. Learn more about the coding bootcamps and other resources

Per Scholas
Per Scholas teaches technology skills training and professional development tailored to business' needs, to highly motivated students from overlooked talent pools.They then match graduates of their program to employers looking for new talent. Find out how Per Scholas helps aspiring IT professionals.