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Workforce Education Funding Opportunities

Looking for help with tuition? You may be eligible for one of these programs to get you started:

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Receiving unemployment compensation, or have exhausted unemployment compensation within the last 24 months.

  Worker Retraining
Divorced or widowed, or your spouse has become unemployed within the last 24 months.

  Worker Retraining for Displaced Homemakers
A veteran honorably separated from service within the last 24 months.

  Worker Retraining and Veterans' Benefits
Receiving TANF cash assistance (Temporary Aid to Needy Families).

  WorkFirst Financial Aid
Receiving or eligible to receive Basic Food Assistance from the state.

  Basic Food Employment and Training
Interested in the following programs/career paths:

Allied Health/Nursing
Accounting
Automotive
Construction Management
Early Childhood
Welding
Property Maintenance
  Opportunity Grant

You can get more information on these funding programs and make an appointment with the appropriate RTC staff member by asking at the Counseling and Advising Center, Building I, or by calling 425-235-5804.

Always start your search for funding by completing your FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid). Even if you think that you won’t qualify for financial aid, or that it won’t be processed soon enough, completing your FAFSA is generally a requirement to qualify for other funding sources. In addition to the information on the FAFSA website, a Guide to Completing the FAFSA is available in the RTC Financial Aid Office, Room I-205.