The following organization have been part of recent Next Gen Education Summits
UTA Racing is the Formula SAE team from The University of Texas at Arlington
Woolf Hall, Room 102
500 West First Street
Arlington, Texas 76019
UTA Racing is the Formula SAE team from The University of Texas at Arlington. Every year our team designs and builds a formula car to compete in the SAE International Formula SAE® Series against other universities across the globe. Established in 1982, the team is one of the most successful in the series’ history, having won eight championships in the United States and three abroad.
Montgomery County CPS/Child Welfare Board
2017 North Frazier, Suite C-1
Conroe, Texas 77316
Montgomery County CPS/Child Welfare Board works with the Texas Council of Child Welfare Boards (TCCWB), a statewide network of more than 2,000 volunteers appointed by County Commissioner’s Courts. Annually, child welfare boards in Texas contribute $20 to $30 million to help meet the needs of children. DFPS works with TCCWB and others to develop resources, programs, and strategies to enhance services for vulnerable children and families.
Conroe Independent School District
3205 W Davis
Conroe, TX 77304
The Conroe Independent School District is a 348-square mile school district located in the Houston, Texas metropolitan area. The geographic areas of the District are diverse and include The Woodlands, Oak Ridge North, Conroe, and Caney Creek, as well as several other smaller towns, communities, and unincorporated areas. Conroe ISD is one of the fastest growing school districts in the State with an average enrollment growth of approximately 1,500 students per year.
DeKalb County Central United School District
3326 County Road 427
Waterloo, IN 46793
The mission of DeKalb Central Schools is to develop socially responsible students who are literate, academically successful, engaged in all aspects of their education and prepared for success in the 21st century.
The Crossing Education Center
3701 S Calhoun St
Fort Wayne, IN 46807
MISSION: Empowering struggling students to become contributing members of their communities through academics, job training and faith-based mentoring.
The Crossing provides an excellent academic education by maintaining accreditation with the Indiana Department of Education and maintaining a balance of certified teachers with other professionals. We model and teach character development through daily Family Time curriculum which emphasizes character, requiring strong character daily of both staff and students, and by helping students begin and continue their journey with God. We develop and grow the leadership skills of our students and staff by providing focused leadership training and leadership opportunities. We prepare our students for a rewarding career through our extensive job training program and by working closely with local businesses and higher learning institutions that provide both experience and further training.