Commissioner of Education speaks at Windham GED® Ceremony
Texas Commissioner of Education Michael L. Williams congratulates a GED® recipient during ceremonies honoring Moore Unit and Cole State Jail GED® recipients. Commissioner Williams praised graduates for their accomplishments and thanked attending family members for support and encouragement.
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Employment Opportunities and Free Bonding Services
The TWC Fidelity Bonding service helps at-risk job applicants including ex-offenders get and keep a job. TWC and the Workforce Development Boards offer free fidelity bonding services to reduce employers' concerns about hiring at-risk job applicants who cannot be bonded through other sources. Please click here for more information.