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EETC No Cost Training Options

Our center offers No Cost Training Options for eligible learners through various community partners. Read more and see if our training is right for you.

The Centers serve as "one-stop centers" that meet community members where they are and provide academic and workforce training for student success. 

Adult Education

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All students of the Adult Education High School Equivalency (GED) program must complete an Interest Form (see link below). Once you have completed the form, the Adult Education staff will follow up with you on your next steps. Follow-ups with include important updates and other information that will assist you in making decisions to pursue your GED and other academic / career goals.

Adult Education Website   High School Equivalency (GED)


Ready To Work


The Alamo Colleges District is a proud partner of Ready to Work, an educational and job placement program to help San Antonio residents improve their quality of life. Land a high-quality, in-demand job with free tuition and career guidance. The Alamo Colleges is an approved training partner of SA Ready to Work.

This one-of-a-kind program connects San Antonians to education and quality jobs – and, ultimately, well-paid careers that can sustain their families.



  • San Antonio resident – Check your residency »
  • 18 years or older when applying for the program
  • Permitted to work in the US
  • Annual household income is less than 250% of the federal poverty guidelines »
  • Willing to take assessments related to barriers, academics, skills aptitude, and workplace readiness
  • Committed to completing the program

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Skills for Small Business


Alamo Colleges District is a proud partner of the TWC Skills for Small Business Grant. Through the Texas Workforce Commission (TWC) Skills for Small Business program, up to $2 million from the Skills Development Fund is dedicated to the backbone of Texas' business community—our small employers. Small businesses can apply to TWC for training offered by Alamo Colleges District. TWC processes the applications and works with the college to fund the specific courses selected by businesses for their employees.

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