Workforce Ready Grant FOR RESIDENTS AND BUSINESSES
|Indiana Tech is now an approved education provider for Indiana’s Workforce Ready Grant, which is part of the state’s Next Level Jobs program. Qualifying students can have the ENTIRE COST of an undergraduate certificate from Indiana Tech covered by the grant!|
Our next session of online courses does not start until Sunday, October 18th which is plenty of time for your employees to reach out to me if they would like more information regarding the certificate programs that are covered by this wonderful grant through the state of Indiana.
- Classes are accelerated and online classes start every 6 weeks.
- Students only take one class every 6 weeks
- Regionally Accredited by the Higher Learning Commissions
- Books are included and shipped to the student’s home address & a postage paid envelope is included for returning the book(s)
Several undergraduate certificate programs are offered. Each is comprised of six to seven courses, and students can choose from the following programs:
- Construction Management
- Health Care Administration
- Human Resources Management
- InsurTech (insurance, entrepreneurship, and Information Technology)
- Organizational Leadership
- Production Management
Below is more information regarding the certificates and the mandatory requirements. I have attached two flyers regarding the Grant and the flyer listing all the degree programs we offer.
Indiana Tech was awarded $1 million in Workforce Ready Grant funding for the 2020-21 academic year, so I would suggest pursuing this soon. To be eligible, applicants must:
- Be an Indiana resident and a U.S. citizen (or eligible non-citizen)
- Have a high school diploma (or equivalent) but less than a college degree (NOTE: Through December 30, 2020, Hoosiers with an Associate or Bachelor’s degree are also eligible to participate but the grant will NOT cover the entire cost)
- Enroll in any qualifying training program at an eligible training provider
- Complete the 2020-2021 FAFSA w/our school code 001805
- Maintain Satisfactory Academic Progress
- Enroll at least half-time
If you or any of your employees would like to schedule a teleconference for more detailed information, I would be more than happy to discuss this great opportunity in further detail and always available by email or my cell which is 219.688.5417.
More information is available here: https://academics.indianatech.edu/pathways/certificates/
Assistant Director of Admissions
9245 Calumet Ave., Suite 201
Munster, IN 46321
p: 219.836.1910, ext. 4820 / c: 219.688.5417 / f: 1.855.675.3428
Indiana Tech Website: cps.indianatech.edu
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The Step-UP in Health Careers is a laddering program that provides educational training for TANF recipients and low-income eligible individuals. This is a grant-funded program from the Administration for Children and Families, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. As a part of the HPOG Step-UP Program, I am looking to identify individuals who may be interested in returning to college to pursue a career as a health professional. The featured health professions are:
Short Term Certificates (One year or less) *Students must start with one of these programs.
Certified Nursing Assistant*
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After completion and job assistance, students will have the opportunity to work in a career that will launch them into stability.
Applicants must be:
18 years or older
US Citizen or Permanent Resident
Meet the 200% poverty guideline or a TANF recipient
Participants are randomly selected for this grant. Upon acceptance into the Step-UP program, participants will receive tuition, books and transportation assistance, academic advising and job assistance at NO cost. For most; the participants can walk away debt-free with a certificate in one year or less in a marketable skill that will help them become employed and self-sufficient.
The FIRST STEP is to attend one of the orientations Via-Web to learn more about the program and have the following documentations. HOPG flyer
1. Driver's license or State ID
2. Social Security card
3. Copy of your 2018 tax document
4. TANF letter if applicable
5. Last (2) check stubs if applicable
For more information, please contact:
Cynthia Y. Jaramillo, Grant Recruiter Specialist
College of Health Sciences | STEP-UP Program
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9501 South King Drive/BHS 227 | Chicago, IL 60628
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WORKFORCE READY GRANT FOR BUSINESSES
To qualify, recipients must have the following requirements as listed above:
- Be an Indiana resident and a U.S. Citizen; or,
or those residents who are eligible Non-Citizen
Now take advantage of free state-wide training available to eligible Hoosiers through the Workforce Ready Grant. For an up-to-date version of any programs, please check the Next Level Jobs Workforce Ready Grant - Indiana website...
By using the employer portal, you can see what is available, training being offered and reimbursement with a training grant. Sign up today with this brief questionnaire to find out if you qualify.
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Workforce Ready Grant Programs - List of Available Programs
Qualifying Program - WRG-Programs-Online April 2020 Info.