Greater Texas Foundation thanks all who gathered and sent well wishes to welcome Sue McMillin as the foundation’s new President and Chief Executive Officer. We are grateful for your expressions of support and your commitment to remaining engaged with the foundation in its work to support Texas students. Below are [...]
Greater Texas Foundation (GTF) announced a contribution of $25,000 to the Texas A&M Foundation in honor of GTF’s former board chair, Dr. Malon Southerland. Dr. Southerland retired from the board in 2016 after more than 30 years of service to the foundation and its predecessor entities, most recently serving as chair of [...]
Greater Texas Foundation announces a grant in the amount of $130,000 to The University of Texas at Austin to support research conducted by Dr. Lauren Schudde and Dr. Huriya Jabbar, both assistant professors and GTF Fellows. The research titled “’Tell Me What I Need to Do’: How Texas Community College [...]
Greater Texas Foundation announces a grant in the amount of $1,627,826 to the University of North Texas in support of the new High School Career Connect (HSCC). HSCC is a career development and education service for middle school, high school and college students throughout Denton County. HSCC will improve postsecondary [...]
Greater Texas Foundation announces a grant in the amount of $160,000 to Texas A&M University in support of their project, GTF TAMU Advising Corps 2.0. The grant supports Texas A&M's Advise TX program, which provides two full-time college advisers to Bryan High School and Rudder High School. These advisers elevate each school's college-going culture by offering individual [...]
Fourteen GTF Fellows and their mentors met in Bryan, TX for the fifth annual GTF Fellows Study Meeting in August. The two-day event, designed to provide fellows with opportunities for professional development and networking, featured interactive discussions, a writing workshop, and panels of expert speakers. The second cohort of GTF Fellows proudly display [...]
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We are pleased to present our 2015 annual report: “Guided Pathways.” Thank you for your interest in our work, and thank you for all you do to improve educational outcomes for Texas students.
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