Tech and Career Academy
To Offer First Class In-Demand Training to Demographics we serve
Welcome to your future
Austin Area Urban League Tech and Career Academy (AAULTCA) is an approved TWC Career School and College and a Workforce Solutions Training Partner. The AAUL Tech and Career Academy was developed with you in mind to offer first class in demand training to the demographics we serve to help them get a skill and certification in one of the high demand areas in the Capital City and surrounding areas.
How we work to enhance your skill and career opportunities:
- Skills and certifications for capital area’s most in-demand careers or professions
- Funding opportunities for all of our potential students
- Qualified career counselors that can support you on your journey
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Ready to Start Your New Career?
The AAUL Tech and Career Academy Counselors will take the time to assist in laying out a strategic plan that will help career seekers accomplish life goals.
Why Choose AAUL Tech and Career Academy?
Career Training for Real Life
- Hands-on training
- Small class sizes
- Virtual Training Options
- Flexible Schedule
Support to give you a Headstart
- Career Coaching
- Job Progression Tool
- Expedited Path to a Career
- Job Placement Assistance
Industry & Employer Approved Training
- Strong employer relationships
- Classes taught by industry professionals
- Local high demand training and certifications
- Partnering with Workforce Solutions Capital
and Rural Capital Area
- Approved State of Texas TWC Career School and College
The mission of the Austin Area urban League is to assist African Americans and all other under-served Austin area residents in the achievement of societal and economic equality by focusing on educational improvement, employment readiness, health and wellness, and the preservation of affordable housing.
Reach out to get started
Students must address their concerns about this school or any of its educational programs by following the grievance process outlined in the school’s catalog.