In celebration of "Careers in Texas Industries," Workforce Solutions for North Central Texas is hosting iWork Youth Career Exploration event(s) to encourage students to explore careers in high demand Texas industries. These event(s) will provide students, parents and educators opportunities to network with industry professionals such as colleges, employers, community resources, and many more!

iWork Event Location:

Thursday, April 18, 2019
9:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.

Plano Event Center
2000 East Spring Creek Parkway
Plano, TX 75074

Booth space is available for Business Partners, Colleges and Universities to provide hands-on occupation demonstrations, by sharing information about career pathways and assist students on their pathway to success.

Click Here for Exhibitor Booth Registration
Take a look at our Tips for a Great Exhibitor Booth page. 


Click Here for School Registration (8th - 12th Grade)
Individual Registration for Young Adults (Not Attending High School)

Event Resources:

Students Discussing Career Pathways

Expo Tips For Students [coming soon]


Looking Back at iWork2018

Workforce Solutions for North Central Texas partnered with Education Service Center Region 11 to host iWork2018: Youth Career Exploration Event on Tuesday, September 4th, 2018. This event generated over 1,200+ students from Denton, Johnson, Palo Pinto, Parker, Somervell and Wise counties. Having school representatives attend iWork with their students gave them the opportunity to help them discover career and training opportunities in exciting in-demand occupations. 81 local business partners and colleges attended the event to provide hands-on demonstrations of tools used in their industry and discuss career paths and educational/skills requirements.  287 students participated in iCoach (mock interview) sessions with workforce professionals to help students prepare for their next job interview.  Students and teachers also enjoyed the iChat sessions where professionals discussed jobs in the Digital Technology field, The Do’s and Don’ts of Social Media and Life After High School.  The Texas Workforce Commission and Texas Vocational Rehabilitation representatives were on hand to demonstrate free tools available to students and educators to help students explore a variety of career pathways.