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About Us
Education for Tomorrow Alliance is a nonprofit organization dedicated to connecting the business and education communities in Montgomery County, Texas. With innovative programs focused on career, leadership and STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) preparation, EfTA has become the portal through which business leaders can access and strengthen local education.

Become a Volunteer

Education for Tomorrow Alliance is seeking to build a meaningful, long-term relationship with its volunteer community and is looking for volunteers eager to connect with our organization's mission and students. EfTA is recruiting throughout the year for a number of volunteer positions. Learn more.

Volunteers Needed!
Sign up today to volunteer for our Career Connections Program at Conroe and Oak Ridge High School! 

Thanks to the sponsors who make Education for Tomorrow Alliance programs possible:

EfTA Now: Highlights


SCI://TECH 2019 wrapped on February 16! Thanks to all the community partners, sponsors and volunteers who made the 29th annual event such a success, and congratulations to the student winners!  

Nominate an educator who has gone above and beyond during SCI://TECH for the Dr. Don J. Stockton Award of Excellence! Download the application here and submit by March 6.

Join us on April 3 at 7 pm on the Lone Star College - Montgomery campus for a free screening of the critically acclaimed National Geographic documentary SCIENCE FAIR! Be sure to RSVP by April 1 here

Volunteer Opportunities

Here's how you can engage with students this spring!

1. Serve on a career panel! We are looking for volunteers to share their career journeys with our Career Connections (high school) and Future Focus (junior high) students. Sign up here for sessions on multiple dates at Conroe and Oak Ridge High Schools, March 19 at Peet Junior High School, and March 26 & 27 at Washington Junior High School.

2. Host an Intern! EfTA is looking for partner companies to host high school students for a 2 week/80-hour Internship this summer. Your participation would be instrumental in providing deserving, competent students with professional development experiences. Register here!