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Program Benefits

Texas Target Communities benefits both the individual communities that we serve, as well as Texas A&M University. 

Having served over 42 communities across Texas, we work to transform communities by offering technical assistance, training, and public engagement workshops, so they become part of an exemplary network of communities that:

  1. Aspire to make the transformation from high risk/low opportunity to equitable, resilient, and adaptive communities, and
  2. Serve as living laboratories for TAMU faculty and students. 


Community Benefits

TAMU Benefits

 To further identify how your community can benefit from our services, please see our explanation of services.


TTC is part of the EPIC-Network (EPIC-N), which is the collection of institutions that have successfully adopted university-community partnership model for community innovation and change.


Awards Benefits

Throughout TTC's history, many of our deliverable products have been recognized and have received awards from state and national planning organizations. 

Nolanville Benefits

TAMU students Thiago Coelho and Jenny Richardson both gained practical hands-on experience working on the Nolanville Comprehensive Plan.