Partnerships and Resources
IDEAL and its partners want to help your child excel in every area of their life. The following are just a few of the many organizations created with the intent of helping your student along the way.
Established in 1965, the Halliburton Foundation is a U.S.-based organization that supports education at all levels and charitable organizations through employee matching gifts and direct grants. Requests for grants in non-U.S. locations should be made directly to the Halliburton office doing business in that part of the world. The Halliburton Foundation makes direct donations to U.S.-based elementary and secondary schools and colleges and universities. At its discretion, the Foundation board of trustees also provides a limited number of grants to health and health-related charities. Grant requests are reviewed on a quarterly basis.
List of Partners
Big Brothers Big Sisters
Boys and Girls Club
Boy Scouts of America
J.F. Maddox Foundation
The mission of the J. F Maddox Foundation is to significantly improve the quality of life in southeastern New Mexico by investing in education, community development, and other social programs. The Foundation particularly supports initiatives driven by innovative leadership, designed for substantial impact, and committed to lasting value.
Lubbock Area Foundation
The TTU PEGASUS Program seeks to make exploration, innovation, and academic success attainable realities for First Generation College (FGC) Students. The emblem of PEGASUS is not only a reminder of these noble goals, but it is also a symbol of the services with which the program will provide its students.
Talkington School for Young Women Leaders
TTU Geosciences Department
Texas Tech University Health Science Center is a seven-school university located in Abilene, Amarillo, Dallas/Fort Worth, El Paso, Lubbock, Midland and Odessa whose goal is to become known as an institution that advances knowledge for students and practicing health care professionals through educational opportunities and research while providing quality patient care and service.
The Texas Tech University Independent School District offers all individuals opportunities to earn credit though quality courses based on the rights of all: (1)to improve themselves through education, (2) to take advantage of non-traditional educational alternatives, (3) to participate in quality educational opportunities regardless of age, geographic location or physical limitations, and (4) to have available sound educational opportunities utilizing current and appropriate instructional techniques, management and technology.