When it comes to funding your career education you want to quickly determine what and how much funding is available to you. TLG Learning is a veteran in that department. We have been working with veterans and civilians pursuing an IT career for nearly 20 years and helped thousands of students successfully navigate the funding process. Understanding and securing funding can be a frustrating and time-consuming experience without help, and at TLG learning we’re all about helping our students get a job. Connect with us today and let TLG Learning help you quickly understand your funding options and help get you to work.
Your IT Career Funding Options
TLG is a proud Training Partner supporting the WTIA and its Apprenti program. Apprenti is for women, veterans, people of color, and anyone looking for a path and a plan towards a career in tech. If you are 18 years and older with a high school diploma (or equivalent) you can apply for the Apprenti program. You must also be a United States citizen, permanent legal resident, or eligible to work in the United States (I-9 eligible). More Details.
The term GI Bill® refers to any Department of Veterans Affairs education benefit earned by members of Active Duty, Selected Reserve and National Guard Armed Forces and their families. The benefit is designed to help service members and eligible veterans cover the costs associated with getting an education or training. The GI Bill has several programs and each is administrated differently — depending on a person’s eligibility and duty status. More Details.
Veteran Readiness and Employment (VR&E)
Eligible Veterans and Service members may apply for either Veteran Readiness and Employment (VR&E) service or for Education/Career Counseling online through eBenefits. Ill or injured Service members who have not yet received an SCD rating do not need to wait to apply. Service members expecting a discharge that is other than dishonorable who possess a VA memorandum or Integrated Disability Evaluation System (IDES) rating of 20 percent or more—as well as Service members currently going through a Physical Evaluation Board—may be eligible to receive VR&E services. More Details.
You can learn more about this program on the US Department of Veterans Affairs website.
Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA)
WIOA is designed to help job seekers access employment, education, training, and support services to succeed in the labor market and to match employers with the skilled workers they need to compete in the global economy. WIOA brings together, in strategic coordination, the core programs of Federal investment in skill development:
- employment and training services for adults, dislocated workers, and youth and Wagner-Peyser employment services administered by the Department of Labor (DOL) through formula grants to states; and
- adult education and literacy programs and Vocational Rehabilitation state grant programs that assist individuals with disabilities in obtaining employment administered by the Department of Education (DoED).
Trade Adjustment Assistance (TAA)
The TAA Program seeks to provide adversely affected workers with opportunities to obtain the skills, credentials, resources, and support necessary to (re)build skills for future jobs. Any member of a worker group certified by the Department may be eligible to receive the following benefits and services at a local American Job Center: training, employment and case management services, job search allowances, relocation allowances, and income support in the form of Trade Readjustment Allowances (TRA). Reemployment TAA (RTAA) and Alternative TAA (ATAA), which provide wage supplements for reemployed older workers whose reemployment resulted in lower wages than those earned in their trade-affected employment, may also be available. More Details.
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