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12th Man Foundation
Funding scholarships, programs, and facilities in support of championship athletics at Texas A&M.

MaroonBook
TexAgs.com's MaroonBook Wouldn't you rather do business with an Aggie? By creating a personal business listing with MaroonBook, you'll be entered into an elite circle of Aggie business leaders enhanced by the prominence and prestige of the Aggie Community. Visit www.Maroon-Book.com to browse MaroonBook and create your annual listing.

AggieCareers.com
A great site for Aggie employment opportunities.

Former Student Career Services
The Former Student Career Services, part of Texas A&M and the Association of Former Students, is the primary resource for Former Students for job search. The Career Center has job listings targeting Aggies and focus on teaching the networking skills and resources Aggies need to find the 70% of jobs which are in the "Hidden Job Market".

Aggie 100
Started in 2005 by the Center for New Ventures and Entrepreneurship (CNVE), the Aggie 100 program identifies, recognizes and celebrates the success of the 100 fastest growing Aggie owned or managed businesses in the world. Check out this year's results!

Houston Aggie Moms
A diverse group of Aggie moms in the Greater Houston area who support the university and its many organizations. Each month the club as a general meeting or function.

Houston Aggie Women
Houston Aggie Women began informally in 2007 when several Aggie women sought just to have lunch together. Today, Aggie Women are gathering together to help other Aggie Women in Houston. We meet regularly on the 2nd Tuesday each month at 11:30 a.m. at Maggiano's Little Italy, 2019 Post Oak, in the Galleria. It is all about building relationships for all stages of an Aggie Women's successful professional and personal journey. Join us for friendship, networking, and resource sharing.

Fort Bend County A&M Club
Alumni club for Aggies in the Sugarland/Fort Bend County area.

Bay Area A&M Club
The Bay Area A&M Club meets every 2nd Thursday of the month at 11:30AM at the Baywood Country Club Pasadena, Texas. Please refer to our web page for location and other annual events.

The Houston A&M Club
An eighty-year tradition, the Houston A&M Club meets every Monday at 12:00 pm at the Houston City Club (in Greenway Plaza, 1 City Club Drive, Level 3 of the Garage). Come meet Aggies from every generation.

Howdy Club
Dedicated to promoting education, professional growth and fellowship among Aggies in the Houston area. This organization hosts a monthly Aggie Happy Hour that is not to be missed!

Caring Aggie Mentoring Program
C.A.M.P., Caring Aggies Mentoring Program, is a long term mentoring program where volunteers follow the same group of students from the 3rd grade to graduation of high-school. Volunteers meet once a month with the group of children and participate in group activities. CAMP needs volunteers for the upcoming 3rd grade class for 2008. To learn more about C.A.M.P., please go to http://www.houstonags.org/volunteer/camp/. If you need motivation to volunteer, take a look at this video, http://media.putfile.com/Mentor-98.