Not later than September 1 of each year, the commission, in consultation with the
Texas Coordinating Council for Veterans Services, shall submit to the governor, lieutenant
governor, speaker of the house of representatives, and chairs of the legislative committees
with appropriate jurisdiction a report that:
(A) the five most common military occupational specialties of servicemembers who are
transitioning from military service to employment;
(B) the five occupations for which the military occupational specialties identified
in Paragraph (A) best offer transferable skills that meet the needs of employers;
(C) any industry-based certifications that align with the military occupational specialties
identified in Paragraph (A); and
(2) includes any other data or other information identified by the commission in administering
the College Credit for Heroes program under Section 302.0031 as useful for supporting the transition of servicemembers and veterans into the occupations
identified under Subdivision (1)(B).
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