Meet a Workforce Funding Student (PDF)
With Opportunity Grant, low-income students can get ready for and enrolled in programs that provide high-demand skills for high-wage jobs.
Unemployed or displaced workers can update their skills or learn new, in-demand skills that lead to good jobs. If you’re eligible, you may also qualify for financial support through a state-funded grant.
BFET eligible students, who receive federal basic food benefits, access education that leads to good jobs.
WorkFirst assists eligible low-income parents who receive Temporary Assistance to Needy Families (TANF).
Support services and financial assistance may be available through a program serving former foster youth.