TX Jobs

We posted job listings in the State of Texas to date on this site. We will include other job postings located in all of the states, and the District of Columbia, when resources become available to us.

Texas Jobs

Job Openings and Positions in All Major Texas Cities

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Please Search Tables over 5,000 Job Listings

Please search the following tables for the specific city in which you seek a job. The jobs in Texas include over 5,000+ in total and are listed in alphabetical order on eleven different sub-pages. Just hover the mouse over the tab “Texas Jobs” and the sub-pages will be revealed. If some sub-pages aren’t visible then continue hovering the mouse over the “Texas Jobs” tab and press the down arrow key. Then click on the sub-page related to your search.

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This is a FREE service provided by Hope For Children Foundation to help strengthen citizens and communities throughout the State of Texas. Please contact us should you require additional help or assistance with this site. Please also go to Texas Workforce Logon. Many jobs are available throughout the State of Texas for your career search. Thank you and we wish you the best.

www2.ed.gov Federal Pell Grant Program

In addition to the listings of job availability, we encourage you to update your work qualifications and learn more by attending technical schools, colleges and/or universities. Government – state and federal grants and private grants are available to support your continuing education efforts. Please go to the government site of www2.ed.gov look under Programs, then Federal Pell Grant Program. Then make your application. It is free.

Pell Grants Help Pay for Education

A Pell Grant is a subsidy the U.S. federal government provides for students who need it to pay for college, Federal Pell Grants are limited to student with financial need, who have not earned their first bachelor’s degree, or who are enrolled in certain post-baccalaureate programs, though participating institutions. The Federal Pell Grants Programs provides need-based grants to low-income undergraduate and certain post-baccalaureate students to promote access to post-secondary education. The amount depends on financial need, cost of attendance at the college/career school, and more.

U.S. Senator Claiborne Pell

The Pell Grant was named after Democratic U.S. Senator Claiborne Pell of Rhode Island, and was originally known as the Basic Educational Opportunity Grant. A Pell Grant is generally considered the foundation of a student’s financial aid package, to which other forms of aid are added. Do not be afraid to apply, what are you waiting for? The application process is FREE. A grant is FREE money, you do not ever have to pay it back after you are approved, therefore, it is a gift. In some situations the grant can be used for tuition, books, shelter, gas, vehicle and other things to help you through your studies. This is a great thing for the average person!