Workforce Funding Programs
If you are enrolled or interested in enrolling in one of our workforce education and training programs, you may be eligible for funding, resources and support to help you meet your career goals.
Available to students receiving federally issued Basic Food Benefits (sometimes referred to as “food stamps”) but are not receiving Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF). BFET students can receive funding to pursue certificates and 2 year degrees in transfer and professional/technical programs, ELA, and basic education pathways.
Available to low-income adults at or below 200% of the federal poverty level who are pursuing an approved program. Students may receive funds to cover tuition and mandatory fees up to 45 credits and up to $1,000 for books and supplies per academic year toward the costs of books and supplies.
Available to students on Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF). Students may receive funds for tuition, books and fees for Professional Technical programs. To receive funding, the student must have a referral to GHC from their DSHS WorkFirst case manager.
Available to students who have been laid off, receive or have exhausted unemployment benefits, are “displaced homemakers,” veterans, or formerly self-employed. Students may receive funds for tuition, books and supplies.