10100 Burnet Road, Ste 1.154, L4000
Austin, TX 78758
E4Texas is a post-secondary opportunity for people with or without a disability, who are over the age of 18, who have a high school diploma, and are employment-focused.
The E4Texas 3-semester experience combines classroom instruction with practical career building experiences, independent living skills, and self-determination.
During the course, students will learn the main aspects of independent living, will receive their caretaker, childcare associate or paraprofessional certification, and will be supported as they find jobs in their final semester.
E4Texas has four goals:
Empower Texans to become self-determined & independent.
Educate Texans to gain employment, professional, and independent living skills.
Employ Texans as caregivers, childcare associates and paraprofessionals.
Give Texans the tools they need to excel in life!
Program information submitted: January 31, 2023
|Public or private:||Public|
|Type of school:||4-year college or university|
|Is this program a federally funded TPSID program?||No|
|Students in this program:||Have graduated or exited from high school|
|Number of students:||10|
|Description of our summer transition program:|
|School district or agency partner:||Texas Workforce Commission|
|Contact person:||Dora Trevino|
|Program serves students who have left high school?||Yes, all of our students have left high school|
|Regular high school diploma required?||No, an IEP/non-standard diploma/certificate of attendance is accepted|
|Deadline to apply to this program:||March 15, 2023|
|Link to admissions process:||Admissions link|
|Criteria for admission||
|Accepts out-of-state students?||Yes|
|Please indicate which disabilities students in this program have:||
|Program length:||1 year|
|Acceptance, Retention, and Completion Rates|
|Acceptance rate for the most recent fall term:||100.00%|
|Average student tuition and fees for the current school year:||$24000.00|
|Is this program able to provide federal financial aid as a Comprehensive Transition Program (CTP)?||No|
|Students pay for the program in the following ways:||
|Students enrolled in this program take the following types of inclusive courses (with students who don't have disabilities):||Typical college courses for audit|
|More about course access:||Most audit courses were taken through the College of Education: -Individual Differences -Perceptions of Autism and Neurodiversity -Foundations and Issues in SpEd|
|Students take courses that are only for students in this program:||Yes|
|Information on special classes:||Students take E4Texas classes on independently living skills, employments skills, disability studies and history, and take classes related to their career track: paraprofessional training, childcare assistant training, and personal care attendant training.|
|Percentage of academic time spent in inclusive courses (with students who don't have disabilities):||1-24%|
|Do all students in this program enroll in at least one inclusive college/university course for credit or audit each semester?||Yes|
|Credential(s) students earn upon completing the program:||Certificate of Completion|
|Is the credential approved by the college/university?||Awarded by program, not officially recognized by the IHE|
|Other than the credential listed above, can students earn any other credentials that are available to all students?||Paraprofessional Region 13 Certification, Personal Care Attendant Certification, Early Childhood Education Assistant Certification|
|Other career development activities are:|
|Does this program have a working partnership with VR to provide funding, supports and/or services to students in the program?||Yes|
|Housing is provided to students:||Yes|
|Housing options available:||
|Students participate in student organizations on campus:||Yes|
|Percentage of social time spent in inclusive activities (open to all students on campus):||1-24%|
|Students may participate in the following extra-curricular activities||Campus events|