There are multiple funding options available for United Training students. We will help you identify the best solution and will work closely with you to determine the most cost-effective approach to achieving your career training goals.
If you are unemployed or working reduced hours due to COVID, you may be eligible for federal funds for training. Check to see if you qualify.
The Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act [WIOA] provides job training benefits for adults, dislocated workers and youth to help gain skills necessary to obtain and maintain employment. To qualify, you must be approved by your local workforce development agency.
Trade Adjustment Assistance [Taa] Funding
The TAA program was designed to help workers who lost their previous job due to foreign outsourcing. The TAA program includes job training benefits that may be used at United Training. You must be approved by the local workforce development agency to receive this type of funding.
We award thousands of dollars worth of assistance to deserving students each year. Individuals interested in applying for a grant can speak to a career consultant directly to find out more information. *We are not currently offering grants and scholarships at this time. Please check back or speak to a career consultant to be informed of future opportunities.
We offer multiple ways for you to finance your education and work with you to make sure you qualify for funding. In three easy steps see how you can access a loan. Click to get started!
The GI Bill® provides a number of education benefits for service members and veterans. United Training provides a variety of training programs that qualify for these benefits. This means you can get started on a new career path with little to no out of pocket expenses.
Authorized by Congress, the Vocational Readiness and Employment (VR&E) program aims to help veterans with service-connected disabilities prepare for, find, and keep suitable jobs. To qualify for the VR&E program, an individual must undergo a comprehensive evaluation by a VA counselor, after which they will work together to develop a rehabilitation plan.
The Department of Defense (DoD) Military Spouse Career Advancement Accounts (MyCAA) program provides up to $4,000 of Financial Assistance for military spouses pursuing degree programs, licenses or credentials leading to employment in Portable Career Fields.