Heritage of Helping


SER – Jobs for Progress of the Texas Gulf Coast, Inc. (SERJobs) was founded in 1965 through the combined efforts of the League of United Latin American Citizens (LULAC), the G.I. Forum, and the Department of the Navy. It began as a volunteer job bank for Hispanic Veterans and is now a nationwide network of 42 affiliates operating in over 200 offices.

Humble Beginnings

SER is founded as a job bank for Hispanic veterans but quickly expands to meet the needs of the community.

Regards to Broadway

SER-Jobs for Progress relocates to 201 Broadway Street in Houston’s East End and launches the beginnings of its modern organizational structure and service offerings.

New Home, New Name

SER opens its new Workforce Opportunity Center at 1710 Telephone Road and rebrands as “SERJobs”