Posted on · The new program for older high school students, expected to launch in August, will be taught by an Edinburg-based training school for truck drivers.
Posted on · On Monday's Houston Matters: An update on COVID-19 in Greater Houston, what a potential second wave of the virus might mean, vocational training programs find ways to continue, and Pulitzer Prize-winning poet Jericho Brown.
Posted on · Once upon a time, if you got a college degree you could feel pretty confident you'd get a job somewhere doing something. But times have changed. Lately we've heard about the need for more technical degrees or vocational training to meet the nation's workforce needs. In that climate, how do you justify getting a liberal […]
Posted on · With the death of former Cuban leader Fidel Castro, we thought we'd take time on this edition of Houston Matters to tell the story of a Houstonian whose life was directly affected by Castro's rise to power. As a teenager, Lorenzo Martinez was evacuated in secret from Cuba in the 1960s. What Martinez didn't know […]
Posted on · All parents wonder what their children will do when they're grown — where they'll live and what kind of life they'll lead. That includes parents of children with intellectual or developmental disabilities. Will they live at home the rest of their lives? Will they work? How independent will they be? We learn about services available […]