Depending on your field of study, you could receive up to $15,000 in tuition assistance to help for your education. This amount can be used to cover tuition fees, books, and supplies.
Supportive Services Assistance Program
Supportive services assist students by lowering the financial barriers to obtaining an education. For those who qualify, the assistance is provided in the following areas:
- transportation assistance for qualified applicants
- child care assistance
- education-related lodging assistance.
To qualify for tuition assistance, you are required to:
- be age 18 or older
- be a U.S. citizen or authorized to work in the U.S.
- be in compliance with the Selective Service Act (if applicable)
- provide dislocation verification if you have been laid off
Eligible Training Provider List (ETPL)
The state’s Eligible Training Provider List (ETPL) is a catalog of training offerings that support locally in-demand occupations. Training providers and the trainings they offer are added to the list through an application process administered by Workforce Connections. Eligible clients of our One-Stop Delivery System (OSDS) may qualify to receive these trainings at no cost to them. These trainings make our clients more employable, retainable and promotable by local employers/businesses.
Workforce Connections’ One-Stop Career Center and its Affiliate Sites connect employers and jobseekers through comprehensive employment and training services. The center provides a full range of services through different system partners all under one roof.
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