Mayor's Office of Education Initiatives
There are many resources in your community to help students graduate high school, receive workforce training or a college degree, and find jobs with opportunity. Take a look at our programs, partnerships and resources to develop a plan for your college and career goals. This website makes it easy to find key resources and answers to your college and career planning questions. The Education Initiatives office is a division of the Department of Neighborhoods.
Programs and Partnerships
Guides for College and Your Future
We have organized some helpful resources to help guide your college and career planning whether you are in middle school, high school or a parent.
Simplify the student financial aid process with our interactive website, that guides you through the process from preparation to loan repayment.
Understanding how to manage money is a big part of being financially successful. Make sure you know how to avoid unnecessary debt and manage your money well.
Community Education Initiatives Calendar
Houston Chosen as Finalist in US2020 City Competition
Houston Mayor Annise Parker is pleased to announce that Houston is among 13 cities named as US2020 City Competition finalists chosen from a pool of 52 applicants nationwide. The US2020 City Competition supports the role of cities as innovators in efforts to build Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) mentoring capacity at the local level.
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Houston, TX 77002
Dept. of Neighborhoods Social Media
Neighborhood Resource Map
There are many free resources through the City of Houston and our partners to help support the healthy development of students and families. Learn where to find these resources and services in your neighborhood using our Neighborhood Service maps and our partners’ links.