Building Momentum: Full Report
Building Momentum: Full Report
Building Momentum Infographic
Building Momentum: Executive Summary
Addressing Houston’s Middle Skills Jobs Challenge
Preparing to Skill Up
Building the Talent Pipeline
What Are You Up For?
Do You Have What It Takes?
Prepare For Your Career
Career Roadmap: An Educator's Tool to Guiding Students
Career Roadmap: A Student's Guide to Career Readiness
Utilities Sector Overview
Port and Maritime Sector Overview
Petrochem Sector Overview
Oil and Gas Sector Overview
Healthcare Sector Overview
Construction Sector Overview
Advanced Manufacturing Sector Overview
The Texas OnCourse Curriculum Guide
The Guide to Federal Student Aid 2017–2018
Federal Student Aid at a Glance
Explore career possibilities and what sorts of knowledge and skills you will need, all by playing a game! Bonus? Learn information on what high school "endorsement" you need along the way.
This Occupational Research tool allows you to use a keyword or menu search to find an occupation. Find detailed information on wages, employment trends, skills needed and training opportunities.
Not sure how to handle your finances and student aid (grants, scholarships, loans, work-study) while you’re in school? Learn how budgeting can help you manage your finances so you can complete your program of study and earn your certificate or degree.
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Discover career opportunities in the mechanical trades of plumbing, pipe fitting, welding and HVAC service. Interested candidates will be linked to the various local apprentice training programs in Houston. What’s best: these programs are all "earn while you learn" opportunities.
Are you a veteran? When you’re ready for a new opportunity, we’ve got your 6. Launch your civilian career with one of Houston’s top companies—we’ll help you find the right place for your skills and experience, and provide you with a mentor to make the transition easier.
Are you a veteran? Combined Arms coordinates more than 140 unique resources and scores of non-profit organizations and government agencies. Through their system, veterans and service members can quickly get connected to the services that they need to succeed and grow in Houston. Create a profile today!
Understanding yourself is critical when choosing or changing your career. Don’t worry: You don’t need to go on some soul-searching walkabout to understand your strengths, interests, emotional intelligence, values, personality traits, and motivations more fully. There are free online self-assessment tools you can use instead.
Starting high school and picking classes can be overwhelming and confusing. Right?! But don't freak out! MapMyGrad is here to help you follow what you love, set your path, and get you ready to graduate in a few easy steps. Learn more about the Texas Grad Plan and how it works on their individual high school campus.