By partnering with some of the largest companies in the Houston area, as well as the nation, the Education for Tomorrow Alliance has been helping local students become more career-driven and education-oriented for the past 23 years.

Known locally for its years-long sponsorship and improvement of SCI://TECH, Conroe ISD's science fair and now one of the largest science and technology fairs in the nation, EfTA has many programs that aim to connect local students with science and technology industry-related companies.

EfTA's popular Student Internship Program is designed to provide high school students real world experience in an expressed field or area of interest. During the summer before their senior year, students work 80-hour internships, some of which are paid, alongside professionals at local businesses to get a feel for the career and to better understand its working environment.

EfTA students also interned at companies such as PBK Architects, United Way, St. Luke's The Woodlands Hospital, Memorial Hermann The Woodlands Hospital, the Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion, all three of them in The Woodlands, and Entergy.


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