Welcome! On this page you will find links to products and services offered by LMCI geared towards helping parents, young adults, and children explore the world of career choices and opportunities.
There is nothing more motivational for students than showing them
the relevance between educational attainment and their earnings
power. Reality Check is designed to help students understand
the connection between lifestyle aspirations and the importance
of postsecondary education.
The LMCI Career Information Hotline provides free career information to Texas students and educators. The Hotline operates 8:00-5:00 CST,
Monday through Friday. Callers calling during non-business hours may leave requests on voice-mail.
Get the information your High School student needs to succeed in their educational endeavors!
Foundation High School Program Endorsement Career Links will provide you with information regarding the new graduation requirements established by House Bill 5, 83rd
Texas Legislature, Regular Session, 2013.
This series of bulletins takes a closer look at each endorsement area and connects those endorsement pathways to career opportunities. Each comprehensive issue
contains vital information about the guidelines of the Foundation High School program and endorsement selection requirements. In addition, they feature careers
that are specific to each endorsement area and the accompanying labor market information for each job title.
All you need to know about being an excellent employee is included in this one slim volume. This 60-page career magazine is the perfect companion to the
Texas Job Hunterís Guide. In practical, down-to-earth language, it describes how to be the kind of employee that employers want to hire and keep. Also, be sure to check out
Succeed at Work Express
The Texas Public Education Information Resource (TPEIR) website provides reports and data on Texas educational topics and trends.
These reports combine multiple data sources to produce useful information about Texas public school students from PK through college and into the workforce.
Teacher certification and school district staff reports are also available.
(www.txcrews.org) The Texas Consumer Resource for Education and Workforce Statistics (Texas CREWS) is an interactive dashboard tool
providing comparative information about Texas public 2-year and 4-year postsecondary institutions. By evaluating programs and institutions on the basis
of resultant wages and student loan levels, Texas CREWS will allow parents and students to make informed decisions about college and get the best return
on their educational investment.
Helping your child narrow down their education and training options after high school can be tough. Let the TWC help you figure out some criteria considerations to
work through to help you and your child discover the best fit for them.
Careers are everywhere. More than just the title of this career-related elementary level activities workbook, the fact is that children start the process
of exploring the world of work as early as the elementary grades. With each class they take, with each life experience, they gain a greater awareness of
the nature of work and begin to form ideas about their future career roles.