"A History of Serving Children & Families"

2010:

TMC receives a one year grant to implement the physical activity resource project known as I Am Moving, I Am Learning (IMIL).

2009:

The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services awarded TMC a grant to deliver Head Start and Early Head Start services as a delegate of the Webb County Head Start.

The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services awarded TMC a grant to deliver Head Start services in partnership with La Casa De Esperanza Program in Wisconsin.

2008:

TMC becomes the manager of the Laredo-Webb County Safe Haven Program.

The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services awards TMC a grant to deliver Head Start and Early Head Start services to the children of Starr and Zapata County.

The Texas Department of Health and Human Services, Office of Family Assistance, awards TMC a grant to deliver "Twogether in Texas" marriage education classes in South Texas and the Golden Crescent region of Texas.

Board of Directors decides to focus on its growth as a national leader in the non-profit community and changed its name (Texas Migrant Council) and its dba (New America Corporation) to TMC.

2007:

The US Department of Health and Human Services, Office of Family Assistance, awards TMC a grant to deliver Healthy Marriage Program Development services in Webb County, TX.

TMC expands Migrant Seasonal Head Start Program to Iowa, Nevada and Oklahoma. Board Member Dan Liskai receives the "Plate of Bounty Award" from National Migrant Seasonal Head Start Association.

2006:

TMC begins doing business as New America Corporation.

2005:

TMC receives the Annie E. Casey Foundation "Families Strengthening Award".

2003:

TMC receives the National Council of La Raza (NCLR) Affiliate of the Year Award. First Lady Laura Bush records a special video recognizing TMC's nationwide work with Dia de los Niños.

TMC is selected for pilot of the largest Early Education Integration Model (TEEM) in Texas.

2002:

TMC expands Migrant Seasonal Head Start to New Mexico.

2001:

TMC receives Exemplary Review by the US Department of Health and Human Services - Head Start Bureau.

1999:

TMC becomes the largest sponsor of Dia de los Niños in the nation sponsoring Dia de los Niños events in 70 communities.

1991:

TMC enters the Texas Workforce System providing: Child Care Management Services and Workforce Centers.

TMC expands Migrant Seasonal Head Start to Indiana, Wisconsin, and Ohio.

1987:

TMC receives the President's Child Safety Partnership Award from President Ronald Regan.

1975:

TMC becomes a multi-service agency providing: Substance Abuse Prevention Programs, Infants and Toddlers Programs, National Resource Center for Mexican-American Families, Child Abuse & Neglect Prevention Programs and the Mobile Head Start Program.

1971:

Texas-based program incorporates into Texas Migrant Council (TMC) Mobile Head Start Program.

TMC receives first Migrant Seasonal Head Start Grant for Texas.