Due to state programs like the Workforce Development Sequence Scholarship and the Governor's Emergency Education Relief Fund, as well as funding from the Wor-Wic Foundation, you could be eligible for tuition assistance for the following courses:
Learning to drive is essential to getting and keeping a job on the Lower Eastern Shore. Complete and submit this application with all required documentation. at least two weeks before the start date of the class to see if you qualify for financial help to take our 36-hour training course approved by the Maryland Motor Vehicle Administration (MVA).
Supports training costs if you are economically disadvantaged or if you have lost your job. For more information, call the Lower Shore Workforce Alliance at 410-341-6515.
Provides free training in construction, metal fabrication and welding. To see if you qualify, call Quality Staffing Services at 410-742-2600 or visit their website to apply.
Grants are also available for prospecetive certified nursing assistant students who need help with tuition, fees and books. Learn more by attending an upcoming CNA information session.
Provides funding through the Maryland Community College Promise Scholarship for students enrolled in a sequence of non-credit courses leading to licensure or certification. Call 410-334-2978 for more information.
Provides assistance to current and former members of the U.S. Armed Forces, their spouses and/or children who want to become commercial truck drivers. Call 410-334-2882 for more information.
Provides veterans benefits for career training in approved non-credit programs, including certified nursing assistant, electrical wiring technician, HVACR, personal trainer, phlebotomy, truck driver and welding. Call 410-334-2882 for more information.
Offers financial assistance to volunteers and employees enrolled in specific non-credit courses who work for 501(c)(3) organizations in Wicomico, Worcester or Somerset County. Call 410-742-9911 for more information.
Provides funding through the Eunice Q. Sorin Scholarship for Worcester County residents currently in the workforce who want to pursue training to advance their careers or upgrade their skills.
Through its Program for Continuing Education, this philanthropic organization supports women whose education has been interrupted who are interested in returning to complete an educational certification.