Next Steps Center

The NBISD Next Steps Center is designed to support all students (pre-kindergarten through 12th grade) as they prepare for college and career readiness. The NBISD Next Steps Center defines college as any post-secondary education that includes: technical school, military career, certificate program, two-year college, four-year university, or professional degree program.

Department Information

The NBISD Next Steps Center helps all campuses incorporate college and career readiness skills to provide students with an awareness of college readiness, career, and industry skill standards.

Through the Next Steps Center, students and their parents can also access information about:

  • how to apply for federal financial aid
  • the automatic admission of certain students to general academic teaching institutions
  • the availability of programs in the district under which a student can earn college credit, including advanced placement programs, dual credit programs, joint high school and college credit programs

Scholarships and grants are helpful ways to fund your college education. They provide you with free money that can go towards tuition or other educational expenses. Learn more about Scholarships here.

View information about free college tuition here.

4-year colleges offering free tuition based upon family income. Students MUST be TEXAS Residents, admitted, and have submitted FAFSA to the college in order to qualify for the free tuition offers.

7 Steps for College & Career Readiness

Step 1: Explore & Define

Guide to Career Planning for High School Students

This guide offers in-depth information in several areas, including:

Step 2: Learn & Grow

  • Enroll in courses to help your career path
  • Grow your resume and knowledge
  • Get credit through Dual Credit, AP, OnRamps, CTE certification, and ROTC
  • How to identify skills and interests and match them with potential careers
  • How to get work and volunteer experience to prepare for a career
  • A discussion of several career areas and the kinds of jobs found in each Resources you can use to prepare for your desired career

Step 3: Investigate & Decide

  • Tour Campuses
  • Setup appointments with recruiters
  • Decide on your dream school/military branch

Step 4: Evaluate & Assess

  • Register to take SAT/ACT/TSI/ASVAB
  • Study for exams
  • Assess your scores

Step 5: Apply & Acceptance

Step 6: Finance & Secure

Step 7: Take the Next Step

  • Apply for housing
  • Leave your mark on the wall
  • Meet with college to finalize

Scholarships

Click this link to be taken to our Scholarships page

Calendar

U.S. Marine Corps
Monday
U.S. Army
Tuesday
U.S. Navy
Wednesday
U.S. National Guard
Thursday

 

The ASVAB provides an opportunity base to document students’ interests.

What to expect: recruiters and test proctors administer the test. Results are then explained to students to pair them with a future career.

For more information: https://www.military.com/join-armed-forces/asvab

ASVAB – October 18th (Sign Up Here)

PSAT Information

PSAT/NMSQT School Day

We will be administering the following College Board assessments at New Braunfels High School during the 2023-2024 school year:

  • PSAT – October 11, 2023 (10th-11th grade)
  • SAT-Spring 2023
  • AP Exams – May (AP students who sign up for exams)

Students with documented disabilities may be eligible for accommodations on College Board exams. Students cannot take the SAT, PSAT/NMSQT, PSAT 10, or AP Exams with accommodations unless their request for accommodations has been approved by Services for Students with Disabilities (SSD).

Students who receive an accommodation in school or have an Individualized Education Program (IEP) or 504 Plan do not automatically qualify for the accommodation on College Board exams — they must still be approved by the College Board’s Services for Students with Disabilities.

If you would like to request to receive accommodations on any of these College Board assessments, please fill out and return the Consent Form for Accommodations Request and return to Mrs. Morris.

National Merit Scholarship

High School students who meet published program entry and participation requirements enter the National Merit Scholarship Program by taking the Preliminary SAT/National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test (PSAT/NMSQT) at the specified time in the high school program, usually as juniors. Each year’s PSAT/NMSQT is the qualifying test designated for entry to a particular year’s competition. For example, the 2020 PSAT/ NMSQT is the qualifying test for entry to the competition for scholarships to be awarded in 2022.

Note: The PSAT 10 and PSAT 8/9 will not be considered for entry to the National Merit Scholarship Program. The PSAT/NMSQT is official route of entry to the National Merit Scholarship Program.

SAT Information

Test Date Est. Registration Deadline Deadline for Changes, Regular Cancellation, and Late Registration
TBD TBD TBD
TBD TBD TBD

Students eligible for a fee waiver can take two free SAT test and receive other benefits to apply to college. Check with Mrs. Horner in the Next Step Center to see if you are eligible for a fee waiver.

Practicing for the SAT for 10-15minutes a day, 5 to 6 days a week; can lead to a 100-350 point increase on the SAT!

ACT Information

Test Date Est. Registration Deadline Deadline for Changes, Regular Cancellation, and Late Registration
TBD TBD TBD
TBD TBD TBD

An ACT Fee Waiver covers the registration and late fees for either the full ACT with writing or no writing, or section retesting (up to three subjects). The waiver covers one report to a student’s high school and up to six college choices (at the time he or she registers). After registration, the student can request unlimited regular score reports for free. Waivers may NOT be used to pay for any additional fees, products, or services.

Students with documented disabilities may be eligible for accommodations on ACT exams. Students who receive an accommodation in school or have an Individualized Education Program (IEP) or 504 Plan do not automatically qualify for the accommodation on ACT exams.  Students cannot take the ACT with accommodations unless their request for accommodations has been approved by ACT.

If you would like to request to receive accommodations on ACT exams, please click here for more information.

Texas Success Initiative Assessment (TSI)

The TSI Assessment is the standard by which Texas public post-secondary institutions (2-year, 4-year, vocational, trade, etc.) evaluate a student’s readiness for college-level course work in the areas of reading, writing, and math. If a student does not meet the TSI benchmark scores, the college will assume a student is not ready to take on college-level coursework. In turn, the college will require the student to take developmental coursework to build knowledge and skills. This required developmental coursework costs money and prevents students from jumping right into courses that will apply toward the completion of a college degree. Our goal is to enable students to avoid this coursework by helping students earn those benchmark scores on the TSI.

Incoming college and dual credit students in Texas are required to take the TSI Assessment, unless they are already exempt, to determine readiness for college-level work.

You will need to take the TSI if you are enrolling in the following:

  • An Northeast Lakeview dual credit English or Math course
  • An Northeast Lakeview dual credit course
  • College courses as a freshman

You do NOT have to take the TSI to enroll in OnRamps Dual Enrollment courses.

Taking the TSI can save you money. By scoring high enough on this test, you may be able to bypass developmental courses when you start college.

Taking the TSI can save you time. By being able to bypass developmental courses, you can go right into courses that apply to your degree.

For prospective dual credit students, the TSI will allow you to take college-level courses.

1. See the chart below to see if you are exempt from TSI.

Test Reading & Writing Math
SAT 480+ Evidence Based Reading & Writing 530+ Math
ACT 19+ English
Composite Score must be 23+
19+ Math
Composite Score must be 23+
TSIA2 <945 and Essay>=5
or
<945 and Diagnostic Level >= 5 and Essay>=5
>=950 or <950 and Diagnostic Level=6

 

2. Complete the Pre-Assessment

This pre-assessment is required by the state of Texas to be completed BEFORE a student can take the TSI. It also provides students with more information about the TSI as well as valuable practice.

  • Students must create an account for the Practice APP if one has not already been created. Use your personal email address.
  • After successfully logging in, select Texas Success Initiative 2.0 Pre-Assessment Activity (TSIA-2-PAA).
  • Click on Begin Pre-Assessment Activity.
  • Choose New Braunfels High School as the campus where you plan to take the TSIA2.
  • Forward your Certificate of Completion to Mrs. Morris or Mrs. Horner.

You will not be allowed to test unless Mrs. Morris or Mrs. Horner has a copy of your Certificate of Completion.

3. Take the TSI

*Sign up for TSIA2 (You will fill out a google form to sign up)
*You will receive an email with the date and time.

4. How to look up TSI scores

Find your ACCUPLACER placement test results here.

Test Prep

TSIA2 Student Portal
TSIA2 Learning Resources (Click on Enter Student Site)
XL Math TSI Preparation
IXL English TSI Preparation

Grade level Checklist

Coming soon…

  • Take career interest surveys.
  • Take notes on the results of the surveys.
  • Narrow down your career options to your top 3 careers based on your results of the surveys.
  • Speak to your counselor about your endorsement and see if it aligns with one of top 3 careers.
  • Find someone in the area/community/your family that has obtained one of your top 3 careers and interview them to find out:
    • Their joys and difficulties of the job
    • The day-in and day-out duties of the position
    • Reasons they became interested in that career (and see if they align with yours)
    • The path they took to get in that position
  • Learn about certifications or credit you can earn in high school through:
    • CTE courses
    • Dual Credit courses
    • AP courses
    • On-Ramps courses
  • Enroll in courses that align with your top 3 career options.
  • Learn how to request your transcript through Parchment.
  • Decide what pathway you want to take after high school.
    • University
    • Community College
    • Trade School
    • Military
  • Learn what entrance exam is required for your career pathway.
    • SAT/ACT (University, Community College)
    • TSI (Community College, Some Trade Schools)
    • ASVAB (Military)
  • Learn how to advocate for yourself by asking questions and seeking advice.
  • Build your resume in high school.
  • Get involved in extracurricular activities.
  • Get involved in the community with community service hours.
  • Learn good study habits and how to make good decisions inside and outside school.
  • Find and build a good rapport with 3 staff members on campus that can help you through your high school experience (and that you can use as references later).
  • Take career interest surveys.
  • Narrow down your career options to your top career choice based on your results of the surveys.
  • Speak to your counselor about your endorsement and see if it aligns with your top choice.
  • Find someone in the area/community/your family that has obtained your top career choice and ask about:
    • Job shadowing
    • High school internships during summer
    • Entry level positions you can obtain
    • Ways you can learn more about the career
  • Learn about certifications or credit you can earn in high school through:
    • CTE courses
    • Dual credit courses
    • AP courses
    • On-Ramps courses
  • Enroll in courses that you can earn a certification or college credit.
  • Learn how to request your transcript through Parchment.
  • Tour campuses and schools to decide what campus fits you best.
  • Decide on your top 3 schools you want to attend after high school.
  • Meet with college and/or military recruiters of your top 3 choices.
  • Take the necessary entrance exam required for your top 3 schools/military branch.
    • University: SAT/ACT (Collegeboard.org/Act.org)
    • Community College: SAT/ACT/TSI (Collegeboard.org/Act.org/Next Steps Center)
    • Trade School: TSI (Next Steps Center)
    • Military: ASVAB (Next Steps Center)
  • Learn how to advocate for yourself by asking questions and seeking advice.
  • Build your resume in high school.
  • Get involved in extracurricular activities.
  • Get involved in the community with community service hours.
  • Learn good study habits and how to make good decisions inside and outside school.
  • Find and build a good rapport with 3 staff members on campus that can help you through your high school experience (and that you can use as references later).
  • Speak to your counselor to make sure you have all the credits and requirements necessary for graduation.
  • Find someone in the area/community/your family that has obtained your top career choice and ask about:
    • Job shadowing
    • High school internships during the summer
    • Entry level positions you can obtain
    • Ways you can learn more about the career
  • Learn about certifications or credit you can earn in high school through:
    • CTE courses
    • Dual Credit courses
    • AP courses
    • On-Ramps courses
  • Enroll in courses that you can earn a certification or college credit
    • Register, study, and take certification exams
    • Register, study, and take AP exams
  • Register to take college/military entrance exams.
    • SAT (collegeboard.org)
    • ACT (act.org)
    • ASVAB (Next Steps Center)
    • TSI (Next Steps Center)
  • Decide on your top 3 schools you want to attend after high school.
  • Apply for your top 3 schools through:
    • Go Apply Texas (New Website: goapplytexas.org)
    • Common Application
    • Trade school website
  • Meet with college and/or military recruiters of your top 3 choices.
  • Send your transcripts through Parchment to the colleges/schools you applied to.
  • Finalize your resume in high school.
  • Send your resume to the colleges/schools you applied to.
  • Apply for FAFSA/TAFSA (financial aid).
  • Apply for scholarships.
  • Learn about financial responsibilities and student loans.
  • Ask 3 staff members to be references on your behalf.
  • Give plenty of time for your references to write a recommendation letter.
  • Send your resume to your references for them to use as a guide when writing the letters.
  • Send thank-you notes to your references after receiving the letters.
  • Once accepted to your school of choice, meet with an advisor from that school about your degree plan.
  • Graduate high school and take the NEXT STEP!

Job Board

City of New Braunfels Seasonal Positions

  • Life Guards
  • Park Rangers
  • Camp Counselors
  • Mini Golf, Aquatic & Boathouse Cashiers

Free Chick-fil-A when you submit application

Apply online here
More Information



Gristmill, Cantina Del Rio, Mozie’s (Molak Corporation)

Come work with us!

  • Flexible Scheduling (we will work your class schedule)
  • Highly competitive pay
  • Comprehensive health care options*
  • 410k retirement plan participation*
  • Pet insurance available
  • Meal Discounts
  • Immediate pay

Apply online here
More Information

*Eligibility requirements apply



Gristmill Referral
Program

Refer a friend and both earn $50, up to $150*

  • Host
  • Dishwasher
  • Cook
  • Busser

*After 30 days, you will both receive $50 in cash

*After 90 days, you will both receive $100 in cash

Apply online here
More Information



PKM Industries (shipping, screen printing, shop work)

We are hiring and we will train-  join our team!

We are a sign manufacturer with immediate openings in:

  • Shipping: build crates, box signs, load/unload trucks
  • Screen printing: silkscreen process using ink and squeegees
  • Shop work: fabricate metal signs, apply decals to markers, run automated screen printing machines

Full time positions with benefits: M-F 8am-4:30pm, casual dress

Send your resume here or call 830-625-5038
More Information



Shield Property Assessments

Shield Property Assessments is looking for a mature, motivated and hardworking individual that we can train up to become a part of our property inspection team in Austin. This position does not require previous experience in the field or any special degrees or certifications. We will pay you while we teach you.

Email Jonathan@Shield-Assessments.com to schedule an interview

View our recruitment flyer here


 

Next Steps Center

The NBISD Next Steps Center is designed to support all students (pre-kindergarten through 12th grade) as they prepare for college and career readiness. The NBISD Next Steps Center defines college as any post-secondary education that includes: technical school, military career, certificate program, two-year college, four-year university, or professional degree program.

Jenise Horner

College/Career Advisor
830-627-6075

Department Information

The NBISD Next Steps Center helps all campuses incorporate college and career readiness skills to provide students with an awareness of college readiness, career, and industry skill standards.

Through the Next Steps Center, students and their parents can also access information about:

  • how to apply for federal financial aid
  • the automatic admission of certain students to general academic teaching institutions
  • the availability of programs in the district under which a student can earn college credit, including advanced placement programs, dual credit programs, joint high school and college credit programs

Scholarships and grants are helpful ways to fund your college education. They provide you with free money that can go towards tuition or other educational expenses. Learn more about Scholarships here.

View information about free college tuition here.

4-year colleges offering free tuition based upon family income. Students MUST be TEXAS Residents, admitted, and have submitted FAFSA to the college in order to qualify for the free tuition offers.

7 Steps for College & Career Readiness

Guide to Career Planning for High School Students

This guide offers in-depth information in several areas, including:

  • How to identify skills and interests and match them with potential careers
  • How to get work and volunteer experience to prepare for a career
  • A discussion of several career areas and the kinds of jobs found in each Resources you can use to prepare for your desired career
  • Enroll in courses to help your career path
  • Grow your resume and knowledge
  • Get credit through Dual Credit, AP, OnRamps, CTE certification, and ROTC
  • Tour Campuses
  • Setup appointments with recruiters
  • Decide on your dream school/military branch
  • Register to take SAT/ACT/TSI/ASVAB
  • Study for exams
  • Assess your scores
  • Apply for housing
  • Leave your mark on the wall
  • Meet with college to finalize

Scholarships

Calendar

U.S. Marine Corps
Monday

U.S. Army
Tuesday

U.S. Navy
Wednesday

U.S. National Guard
Thursday

The ASVAB provides an opportunity base to document students’ interests.

What to expect: recruiters and test proctors administer the test. Results are then explained to students to pair them with a future career.

For more information: https://www.military.com/join-armed-forces/asvab

ASVAB – October 18th (Sign Up Here)

PSAT Information

We will be administering the following College Board assessments at New Braunfels High School during the 2023-2024 school year:

  • PSAT – October 11, 2023 (10th-11th grade)
  • SAT-Spring 2023
  • AP Exams – May (AP students who sign up for exams)

Students with documented disabilities may be eligible for accommodations on College Board exams. Students cannot take the SAT, PSAT/NMSQT, PSAT 10, or AP Exams with accommodations unless their request for accommodations has been approved by Services for Students with Disabilities (SSD).

Students who receive an accommodation in school or have an Individualized Education Program (IEP) or 504 Plan do not automatically qualify for the accommodation on College Board exams — they must still be approved by the College Board’s Services for Students with Disabilities.

If you would like to request to receive accommodations on any of these College Board assessments, please fill out and return the Consent Form for Accommodations Request and return to Mrs. Morris.

High School students who meet published program entry and participation requirements enter the National Merit Scholarship Program by taking the Preliminary SAT/National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test (PSAT/NMSQT) at the specified time in the high school program, usually as juniors. Each year’s PSAT/NMSQT is the qualifying test designated for entry to a particular year’s competition. For example, the 2020 PSAT/ NMSQT is the qualifying test for entry to the competition for scholarships to be awarded in 2022.

Note: The PSAT 10 and PSAT 8/9 will not be considered for entry to the National Merit Scholarship Program. The PSAT/NMSQT is official route of entry to the National Merit Scholarship Program.

SAT Information

Test Date: TBD
Est. Registration Deadline: TBD
Deadline for Changes, Regular Cancellation, and Late Registration: TBD

Students eligible for a fee waiver can take two free SAT test and receive other benefits to apply to college. Check with Mrs. Horner in the Next Step Center to see if you are eligible for a fee waiver.

Practicing for the SAT for 10-15minutes a day, 5 to 6 days a week; can lead to a 100-350 point increase on the SAT!

ACT Information

Test Date: TBD
Est. Registration Deadline: TBD
Deadline for Changes, Regular Cancellation, and Late Registration: TBD

An ACT Fee Waiver covers the registration and late fees for either the full ACT with writing or no writing, or section retesting (up to three subjects). The waiver covers one report to a student’s high school and up to six college choices (at the time he or she registers). After registration, the student can request unlimited regular score reports for free. Waivers may NOT be used to pay for any additional fees, products, or services.

Students with documented disabilities may be eligible for accommodations on ACT exams. Students who receive an accommodation in school or have an Individualized Education Program (IEP) or 504 Plan do not automatically qualify for the accommodation on ACT exams.  Students cannot take the ACT with accommodations unless their request for accommodations has been approved by ACT.

If you would like to request to receive accommodations on ACT exams, please click here for more information.

Texas Success Initiative Assessment (TSI)

The TSI Assessment is the standard by which Texas public post-secondary institutions (2-year, 4-year, vocational, trade, etc.) evaluate a student’s readiness for college-level course work in the areas of reading, writing, and math. If a student does not meet the TSI benchmark scores, the college will assume a student is not ready to take on college-level coursework. In turn, the college will require the student to take developmental coursework to build knowledge and skills. This required developmental coursework costs money and prevents students from jumping right into courses that will apply toward the completion of a college degree. Our goal is to enable students to avoid this coursework by helping students earn those benchmark scores on the TSI.

Incoming college and dual credit students in Texas are required to take the TSI Assessment, unless they are already exempt, to determine readiness for college-level work.

You will need to take the TSI if you are enrolling in the following:

  • An Northeast Lakeview dual credit English or Math course
  • An Northeast Lakeview dual credit course
  • College courses as a freshman

You do NOT have to take the TSI to enroll in OnRamps Dual Enrollment courses.

Taking the TSI can save you money. By scoring high enough on this test, you may be able to bypass developmental courses when you start college.

Taking the TSI can save you time. By being able to bypass developmental courses, you can go right into courses that apply to your degree.

For prospective dual credit students, the TSI will allow you to take college-level courses.

1. See the chart below to see if you are exempt from TSI.

Test Reading & Writing Math
SAT 480+ Evidence Based Reading & Writing 530+ Math
ACT 19+ English
Composite Score must be 23+
19+ Math
Composite Score must be 23+
TSIA2 <945 and Essay>=5
or
<945 and Diagnostic Level >= 5 and Essay>=5
>=950 or <950 and Diagnostic Level=6

 

2. Complete the Pre-Assessment

This pre-assessment is required by the state of Texas to be completed BEFORE a student can take the TSI. It also provides students with more information about the TSI as well as valuable practice.

  • Students must create an account for the Practice APP if one has not already been created. Use your personal email address.
  • After successfully logging in, select Texas Success Initiative 2.0 Pre-Assessment Activity (TSIA-2-PAA).
  • Click on Begin Pre-Assessment Activity.
  • Choose New Braunfels High School as the campus where you plan to take the TSIA2.
  • Forward your Certificate of Completion to Mrs. Morris or Mrs. Horner.

You will not be allowed to test unless Mrs. Morris or Mrs. Horner has a copy of your Certificate of Completion.

3. Take the TSI

*Sign up for TSIA2 (You will fill out a google form to sign up)
*You will receive an email with the date and time.

4. How to look up TSI scores

Find your ACCUPLACER placement test results here.

Test Prep

TSIA2 Student Portal
TSIA2 Learning Resources (Click on Enter Student Site)
XL Math TSI Preparation
IXL English TSI Preparation

Grade level Checklist

Coming soon…

  • Take career interest surveys.
  • Take notes on the results of the surveys.
  • Narrow down your career options to your top 3 careers based on your results of the surveys.
  • Speak to your counselor about your endorsement and see if it aligns with one of top 3 careers.
  • Find someone in the area/community/your family that has obtained one of your top 3 careers and interview them to find out:
    • Their joys and difficulties of the job
    • The day-in and day-out duties of the position
    • Reasons they became interested in that career (and see if they align with yours)
    • The path they took to get in that position
  • Learn about certifications or credit you can earn in high school through:
    • CTE courses
    • Dual Credit courses
    • AP courses
    • On-Ramps courses
  • Enroll in courses that align with your top 3 career options.
  • Learn how to request your transcript through Parchment.
  • Decide what pathway you want to take after high school.
    • University
    • Community College
    • Trade School
    • Military
  • Learn what entrance exam is required for your career pathway.
    • SAT/ACT (University, Community College)
    • TSI (Community College, Some Trade Schools)
    • ASVAB (Military)
  • Learn how to advocate for yourself by asking questions and seeking advice.
  • Build your resume in high school.
  • Get involved in extracurricular activities.
  • Get involved in the community with community service hours.
  • Learn good study habits and how to make good decisions inside and outside school.
  • Find and build a good rapport with 3 staff members on campus that can help you through your high school experience (and that you can use as references later).
  • Take career interest surveys.
  • Narrow down your career options to your top career choice based on your results of the surveys.
  • Speak to your counselor about your endorsement and see if it aligns with your top choice.
  • Find someone in the area/community/your family that has obtained your top career choice and ask about:
    • Job shadowing
    • High school internships during summer
    • Entry level positions you can obtain
    • Ways you can learn more about the career
  • Learn about certifications or credit you can earn in high school through:
    • CTE courses
    • Dual credit courses
    • AP courses
    • On-Ramps courses
  • Enroll in courses that you can earn a certification or college credit.
  • Learn how to request your transcript through Parchment.
  • Tour campuses and schools to decide what campus fits you best.
  • Decide on your top 3 schools you want to attend after high school.
  • Meet with college and/or military recruiters of your top 3 choices.
  • Take the necessary entrance exam required for your top 3 schools/military branch.
    • University: SAT/ACT (Collegeboard.org/Act.org)
    • Community College: SAT/ACT/TSI (Collegeboard.org/Act.org/Next Steps Center)
    • Trade School: TSI (Next Steps Center)
    • Military: ASVAB (Next Steps Center)
  • Learn how to advocate for yourself by asking questions and seeking advice.
  • Build your resume in high school.
  • Get involved in extracurricular activities.
  • Get involved in the community with community service hours.
  • Learn good study habits and how to make good decisions inside and outside school.
  • Find and build a good rapport with 3 staff members on campus that can help you through your high school experience (and that you can use as references later).
  • Speak to your counselor to make sure you have all the credits and requirements necessary for graduation.
  • Find someone in the area/community/your family that has obtained your top career choice and ask about:
    • Job shadowing
    • High school internships during the summer
    • Entry level positions you can obtain
    • Ways you can learn more about the career
  • Learn about certifications or credit you can earn in high school through:
    • CTE courses
    • Dual Credit courses
    • AP courses
    • On-Ramps courses
  • Enroll in courses that you can earn a certification or college credit
    • Register, study, and take certification exams
    • Register, study, and take AP exams
  • Register to take college/military entrance exams.
    • SAT (collegeboard.org)
    • ACT (act.org)
    • ASVAB (Next Steps Center)
    • TSI (Next Steps Center)
  • Decide on your top 3 schools you want to attend after high school.
  • Apply for your top 3 schools through:
    • Go Apply Texas (New Website: goapplytexas.org)
    • Common Application
    • Trade school website
  • Meet with college and/or military recruiters of your top 3 choices.
  • Send your transcripts through Parchment to the colleges/schools you applied to.
  • Finalize your resume in high school.
  • Send your resume to the colleges/schools you applied to.
  • Apply for FAFSA/TAFSA (financial aid).
  • Apply for scholarships.
  • Learn about financial responsibilities and student loans.
  • Ask 3 staff members to be references on your behalf.
  • Give plenty of time for your references to write a recommendation letter.
  • Send your resume to your references for them to use as a guide when writing the letters.
  • Send thank-you notes to your references after receiving the letters.
  • Once accepted to your school of choice, meet with an advisor from that school about your degree plan.
  • Graduate high school and take the NEXT STEP!

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  • Life Guards
  • Park Rangers
  • Camp Counselors
  • Mini Golf, Aquatic & Boathouse Cashiers

Free Chick-fil-A when you submit application

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Come work with us!

  • Flexible Scheduling (we will work your class schedule)
  • Highly competitive pay
  • Comprehensive health care options*
  • 410k retirement plan participation*
  • Pet insurance available
  • Meal Discounts
  • Immediate pay

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*Eligibility requirements apply

Refer a friend and both earn $50, up to $150*

  • Host
  • Dishwasher
  • Cook
  • Busser

*After 30 days, you will both receive $50 in cash

*After 90 days, you will both receive $100 in cash

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We are hiring and we will train-  join our team!

We are a sign manufacturer with immediate openings in:

  • Shipping: build crates, box signs, load/unload trucks
  • Screen printing: silkscreen process using ink and squeegees
  • Shop work: fabricate metal signs, apply decals to markers, run automated screen printing machines

Full time positions with benefits: M-F 8am-4:30pm, casual dress

Send your resume here or call 830-625-5038
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Shield Property Assessments is looking for a mature, motivated and hardworking individual that we can train up to become a part of our property inspection team in Austin. This position does not require previous experience in the field or any special degrees or certifications. We will pay you while we teach you.

Email Jonathan@Shield-Assessments.com to schedule an interview

View our recruitment flyer here