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Students, Parents & Educators

Career & Education Planning Resources

TWC’s Labor Market and Career Information department provides many resources to help students, parents and educators with career exploration.

Plan your bright future!

Adult Education

TWC’s Adult Education and Literacy program helps adult learners with basic education that will help them achieve high school equivalency and prepare for college or career training.

Learn about Adult Education & Literacy program

Career Awareness

Learn about options for finding a career with the help of labor market data, career tools and educational requirements to obtain a high-demand job in Texas.

Child Care Program

Learn about the child care services program subsidized child care for low income families, the availability of quality child care and resources for child care providers.

Science, Technology, Engineering & Math (STEM) Programs

Find TWC-supported programs that encourage students to participate in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) programs in order to promote pursuit of careers and educations in these in-demand fields.

Training & Education Opportunities for Students

Find training opportunities that help young Texans acquire skills that will put them on a career path.

Vocational Rehabilitation for Youth & Students

Find TWC vocational rehabilitation services for youth and students with physical or cognitive disabilities, including blindness or visual impairment.