My Texas Future is just one tool that you can use to plan your education. These are some additional resources that may help you on your educational journey.
Apply to all Texas two- and four-year public schools, and some private schools, with this streamlined application. More than 130 colleges in Texas accept the ApplyTexas application.
This is a grant program for learners who have college credit but were unable to finish their certificate or degree. The program provides financial help and access to advisors and financial aid specialists.
Students classified as Texas residents who are not eligible to apply for federal financial aid using the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) are encouraged to complete the TASFA.
This website helps Texans explore educational and career opportunities. Explore hundreds of different jobs – how much they pay, how popular they are, recommended education, and more.
Texas CREWS hosts interactive dashboards that you can use to compare data on schools and careers. It provides data on average wages for students by major, degree, and school. And it provides school information such as the average time to earn a degree and the average loan amount students take out to attend.
You can look for and apply to internships using this website. You can also post an internship opportunity if you're looking for an intern.
This website can help you determine your cost of living based on your monthly expenses. Then, explore occupations that earn the salary you’ll need to pay for your lifestyle.
This website helps you build a resume from your military experience and training. It can also help you match your military skills to jobs outside the military.
This website can help you plan for your child's future. Topics include life skills, college planning, jobs and careers, financial wellness, and military readiness.
This website can help you look for jobs, education, training, and services. Employers can post job opportunities, and you can find general information about the Texas job market.