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Houston Guided Pathways to Success aims to dismantle the barriers to college completion by improving the transfer experience across 13 Gulf Coast colleges and universities.
With funding from Greater Texas Foundation and others, they are increasing college attainment and closing equity gaps for the 275,000 students in the region.
By 2036, 71% of jobs will require some college education, but only 23% of Texas students currently earn a degree or credential after high school.
South Texas College is launching a new program – the Healthcare and Information Technology Postsecondary Career Pathways Project – to help working-age Hidalgo and Starr
Grant Announcement: Pre-apprenticeship program will help young adults earn a credential and enter workforce
With support from Greater Texas Foundation, Genesys Works-Houston will expand their innovative Career Accelerator pilot project to provide skills training and postsecondary credentialing for young adults who might
Grant Announcement: Greater access to dual credit and career pathways for students in South-Central Texas
With only 15% of high school students enrolled in dual credit classes in South-Central Texas, five rural public school districts and a community college plan to collaborate
Greater Texas Foundation courageously provides leadership and resources to the era-defining issue of postsecondary success for all students.”
-Hector Bojorquez, Intercultural Development Research Association