Training Grants & Tuition Financing
At our school, students have the opportunity to receive tuition assistance to help cover their training costs. This support comes from a variety of sources, including local, state, and federal government, as well as private and non-profit organizations. As a registered training provider, we are here to help our students determine the options for which they may be eligible to apply in order to receive full or partial training tuition assistance.
Employer Tuition Reimbursement
Employers invest in the professional development of their employees by covering training costs. Employers may provide payment directly to the training provider or through the reimbursement process to the eligible employee.
Workforce Training Grant
Eligible unemployed or low-income residents of New York, New Jersey, and other states may qualify for a training grant. Eligibility criteria (income, etc.) vary in each state and county of the candidate's residency and former employer location. Please be advised that being approved for the training grant by the paying organization does not automatically entitle individuals to receive training from a training provider; all applicants must pass the admission process to be accepted into the training program. For more information, please contact us or visit your local Workforce One-Stop Center website.
Trade Adjustment Assistance (TAA)
The Trade Adjustment Assistance (TAA) is a federal program that assists US workers who have lost or may lose their jobs as a result of foreign trade, such as when a former department or company is relocated overseas. To determine your eligibility please contact us or visit your state Department of Labor website.
Veterans Affairs GI Bill
The New York State Division of Veterans’ Affairs advocates on behalf of veterans and their families, as individuals and as a group, to ensure they receive tuition benefits granted by law for service in the United States Armed Forces.
Human Resource Administration (HRA)
We approved as a HRA Training Provider. The New York City Human Resources Administration / Department of Social Services (HRA/DSS) provides temporary help to individuals and families with social service and economic needs to assist them in reaching self-sufficiency. To apply for the training please contact your current HRA case manager. Please be advised, we require $50 registration fee and a direct confirmation from your HRA case manager.
ACCES-VR (Vocational Rehabilitation) program assists individuals with disabilities to obtain professional skills through the educational training. Please find more information on ACCES-VR website. Please note that our courses have prerequisites, including a high school diploma and other education requirements, skills, and knowledge. Considering that the training is offered to the general public, we advise contacting us to determine if our training can accommodate a prospective student's critical needs.
NY State & CSEA Partnership
We participate in NY State & CSEA Partnership of Education and Training program which provides educational benefits for New York State employees. Please contact the NY State & CSEA program coordinator to determine your eligibility.
Non-profit Training Assistance Programs
Depending on the declared missions, some non-profit organizations may temporarily run programs to help individuals from specific social groups cover training tuition costs, provided they meet eligibility criteria. Please contact us for available options.
You can apply for Interest-Free Loans. The applicant's legal U.S. residency, an eligible cosigner, and other information may be required to qualify. Please contact us for details.