News 2011 Archive

Teaching Kids to Think, Not Memorize

No longer just an ad campaign, it’s now helping kids get ready for college. Slap bracelets and scented pencils are fun. But the leaders of Generation TX San Antonio knew More…

New program pushing Texas adults to finish college

Texas is launching a new effort today to urge adults with college credits to finish their degrees, making it easy for them to tailor degree plans and get personalized advising. More…

Generation TX, anyone?

Mayor Julián Castro launched the inaugural College Week in San Antonio as part of the SA2020 goal to create a college-going culture. The week-long celebration culminated Sunday with College Signing More…

Group Picture at TAMU-Corpus Christi

Today at Texas A&M Corpus Christi, they came up with a novel idea to show off their school spirit for the occasion. Faculty, staff and students lined-up on the campus’ East lawn More…

Senate Transcript, May 20, 2022

SENATOR JUDITH ZAFFIRINI: Thank you, Mr. President. Mr. President and members, it is my pleasure to sponsor Senate Resolution 1045 declaring May 20th as GenTX Day across the state of More…

H.E.B. Salutes Students/Grads

SAN ANTONIO — H.E. Butt Grocery Co. honored Texas graduates in a statewide recognition day of students on May 20. GenTX Day is a day for communities to show their More…

Generation TX Partners with H-E-B for Statewide Celebration of GenTX Day May 20

AUSTIN, Texas, May 19, 2022 (BUSINESS WIRE) — Generation TX and H-E-B are pleased to announce their partnership to promote GenTX Day, Friday, May 20, 2011, across the state of More…

Vince Young Foundation

Host Deborah Duncan interviews Vince Young, Dr. Judith Loredo of the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board, and scholarship recipient Brandon Harris.

GenTX Day On Friday For Kids Considering College

Anyone preparing for college or even weighing the merits of college versus work might want to check out GenTX Day this Friday. GenTX events are being held across the state, More…

Generation Texas’ College Awareness Program

“Generation Texas”, a state-wide campaign, is launching this Friday. TAMIU’s PASE Executive Director Conchita Hickey, explains how the program will prepare students from an early age for college.