Welcome to the Texas Workskills Development in Libraries project, better known as TWDL (pronounced "twiddle"). This project was originally funded to enhance and build the workforce skills of Texas residents by assisting Texas library staff, management and volunteers in gathering 21st century job training resources that can be easily accessed and offered to all Texans. Ultimately, these resources will support Texans in elevating their standard of living through education and employment.
The project is no longer funded. Although this website is still available, the information is no longer maintained and might have become outdated.
Texas Workskills Development in Libraries was a cooperative effort by the Alamo Area Library System, Big Country Library System, Central Texas Library System, Houston Area Library System, North Texas Regional Library System, Northeast Texas Library System, South Texas Regional Library System, Texas Trans-Pecos Library System, and West Texas Library System.
Whether you are library staff or a Texas resident seeking more information regarding job training resources, we invite you to explore this site which will be constantly updated as information becomes available.
You will find information regarding resume preparation, writing cover letters, online application completion, job hunting strategies, and interviewing techniques. You will also find links to self-paced tutorials, lists of agencies offering training by region, and much more.
Now, explore Texas Workskills Development for Libraries project website, as we offer information to help Texans enhance their standard of living through education and employment.
The original version of this site was funded through a grant from the Texas State Library and Archives Commission.