Trade School Grants

Dreaming of a career in Culinary Arts? Maybe managing your own auto mechanics garage fuels your thoughts or you would love to become an electrician.

In recent years, interest in trade school education has grown. The increased need for workers skilled in the trades, as well as the current economic downturn have resulted in larger numbers of students seeking out vocational and trade education.

Trade schools encompass a wide variety of hands-on education, from HVAC to carpentry to cosmetology. In the past, financial aid has been hard to come by for these areas of study, but that is no longer the case. Today, aid opportunities abound for those who have the desire to attend trade school. One of the greatest of these aid opportunities come in the form of trade school grants.

Trade School Grants

Receiving a trade school grant is not the same thing as obtaining a student loan or being awarded a scholarship. Student loans are exactly what their name implies; they are loans which need to be repaid— with interest. Scholarships do not require repayment, but are usually based on evidence of superior academic achievement.

Grants, on the other hand, are bestowed as free, no-strings-attached money. Economic need is the typical basis on which they are awarded. Sorting through the different categories of grants requires both time and effort, but it is time and effort well spent. The payoff can be lucrative.

What Kinds of Trade School Grants Are Available?

There is a variety of grants available. Some of the most common:

  • Need-based grants
  • Grants for women
  • Low income grants
  • Returning grants
  • Minority grants
  • Disabilities grants

Who Are They Available From?

Those who specialize in trades such as HVAC, plumbing, carpentry, and auto mechanics, among the many career choices available to trade school students, may pursue their education at a community college, a technical school, or a university at an undergraduate or graduate level.

Good sources for trade school grants, for students on the path of a particular trade career, are:

  • Community and technical colleges—both local and regional
  • Trade and professional organizations
  • State and federal government

Need-Based Grants

Eligibility for need-based grants takes several factors into consideration such as:

  • Number of dependents in the family
  • Your student status
  • Family’s expected financial contribution (EFC)
  • How many dependent family members attend college or other post secondary education
  • Other family assets besides income

Income may or may not be the most important determinant in the assessment of eligibility for need-based grants. There are students who come from families with substantial income that qualify for aid due to other reasons.

Sources of Need-Based Grants

The federal government is the source of most need-based grants, although state governments sometimes offer them as well. Grant programs at the federal level include the FSEOG, or Federal Supplemental Education Opportunity Grant, the Federal Work Study Program and the Federal Pell Grant.

Grants for Women

Many grants are geared towards those who are under-represented in our society, such as women. There are grants particularly for women entering traditionally male-dominated fields. The trades certainly qualify.

Some of the larger grant programs for women are quite competitive, with many applicants, but smaller grant programs exist with better chances of obtaining grant money. A lot of effort, time, and patience go into applying for grants, some things which many students are not willing to expend, so it’s worth the work, even for the biggest grants that seem difficult to qualify for.

Sources of Women’s Grants:

The American Association of University Women (AAUW)

A well-established source of financial aid for women, the AAUW offers grants for educational support, as well as other types of aid. Two grant opportunities
are the Career Development Grant and the Community Action Grant.

Community foundations

Found in many states, these public associations are valuable sources to find grant
money designated for a variety of student types, among them, women.

PEO International

A non-profit organization with grants and other forms of aid available to women for education purposes. The PEO Program for Continuing Education Grant is for women who wish to return to college and complete their education. Awards are based on financial need and the necessity for more education, education that will allow the applicant to get the kind of job that guarantees family survival.

Low Income Grants

There are many grant programs designed to aid low income students pursue educational opportunities beyond high school. State and federal sources exist, as well as schools themselves, to provide grant money for low income students.

Sources of Low Income Grants:

Federal Pell Grants

One of the best known grant programs in the country, the Pell Grant is awarded to millions of students every year.

State Grant Aid

Individual states offer grant money to students as well. Take, for instance, California’s program called CalGrants. As one of the biggest financial aid providers in the state, CalGrants can award qualified students over $9,500 per year towards their educational costs. The Higher Education office of your state government is the place to check for low income grant programs.

Grants From Schools

Trade schools may offer their own grants to low income students. Even if the tuition is
higher than a student can afford, it makes sense to give the school a chance, and see
what kind of aid package they will offer.

Returning Student Grants

Maybe you never finished your degree, or you want to pursue advanced training in your field. You may even decide to embark on a totally different career. The number of adults returning to school is increasing. Along with that increase is the greater number of grant programs available to help returning students.

Sources of Returning Grants

The financial aid department of your school is one top source for grant money. A financial aid representative can provide you with a list of programs for which you might be eligible.

Other places to look for grant money for returning students are:

  • Organizations that offer grants for specialty groups, like women and minorities.
  • Federal and state monies through filling out a FAFSA (Free Application for Federal
  • Student Aid). Some state-funded grants include vocational and trade school grants.
  • Local associations or professional unions that provide funding for trade association members.

Minority Grants

The term “minority” does not always refer to ethnic status. Besides Black, Hispanic,
Native American, and Asian students; women, ethnic women, and students with physical
disabilities are also considered minorities.

Minority grants help students to triumph over financial issues from often disadvantaged circumstances of economic, social and home stress factors.

Sources of Minority Grants

  • Federal
  • State
  • Professional associations
  • Local organizations and businesses

When filing applications for minority grants, it pays to be persistent. Many students do not have the motivation to follow through with the application process, which gives those that do have the drive far better chances of winning a grant.

Disabilities Grants

According to the federal government, all students will have access to higher education, even if disabled. Disability may be in the form of visual or hearing impairment; it could be the challenge of navigating through school in a wheelchair, or it might be psychological or cognitive.

Sources of Disabilities Grants

  • Organizations-the main source of grants for the disabled. Some examples are:
  • National Federation for the Blind
  • National Association of the Deaf

Schools Specifically for the Disabled

There are schools designed for disabled students. One example is the National Technical Institute for the Deaf at RIT. As one of this country’s best technical
schools, students at the National Technical Institute for the Deaf at RIT can qualify for several grants.

Trade School Grants from Technical and Community Colleges

Technical and community colleges award most of the trade degrees. However, they are not always the best source of trade school grants. Despite this, some technical and community colleges receive federal money to improve their facilities, maintain trained faculty, and offer students financial assistance.

Make sure to compare the grants offered by different institutions, and talk with a financial aid or admissions representative about the grant programs available, even if there are none listed in the school catalog.

Trade School Grants from Professional and Trade Organizations

Trade organizations are plentiful in this country. They also happen to be the likeliest source of trade school grants. National, regional and local chapters of trade organizations often exist. Many accept student members at a state or national level. Students would be wise to join associations that offer grants and scholarships.

For example, the National Association of Oil Heating Service Managers awards a small number of HVAC grants to HVAC students every year.

Trade School Grants from State Sources

Various states provide trade school grants for students who seek vocational certificates and degrees. The Kansas Board of Regents offers vocational grants annually to residents enrolled in trade programs at Kansas technical and community colleges. Almost half of the trade school students in the state benefit from these funds. Kansas holds a vocational exam where the best scores qualify for the grants.

Trade School Grants from Businesses and Industry

Both industries and private businesses sometimes provide trade school grants. Look for regional or local grants particularly for trade school students.

How to Apply for Trade School Grants

The process of applying for trade school grants is a basic one, but requires attention to detail. The way to get financial aid money in the form of grants can be broken down into three fundamental steps.

Step One: File A FAFSA

Before applying for any other form of financial aid, this is the first step to take. File a FAFSA, or Free Application for Federal Student Aid. Filing this document ensures your consideration for federal grant programs, along with other forms of federal aid.

The FAFSA can be filed either electronically or by mail. To receive a faster response, file electronically. You can get the FAFSA online at www.fafsa.ed.gov. Most important, fill out the form completely and be sure to file by the deadline. There are three deadlines associated with the FAFSA: federal, state, and school. Filing by the earliest deadline is the best option.

Information about you is included in the FAFSA, which is used to determine your eligibility for grant money.

Step Two: Wait for Your SAR

Several weeks after filing the FAFSA, you will receive a SAR, or Student Aid Report. The SAR is a document which outlines your EFC, Expected Family Contribution, to your educational expenses. If your EFC is a small amount, you are more likely to qualify for grants.

The Student Aid Report also contains a section specifying what kinds of federal aid you are qualified for. If the income you reported on your FAFSA was low, you may be eligible for a need-based grant. The Federal Pell Grant is one example of a need-based grant.

Whatever schools you indicated on your FAFSA will also get a copy of your SAR. Each school will review the information in your SAR and create a financial aid package to offer you, detailed in an award letter they will send out.

Step Three: Complete the Form for State Grants

Once you have your financial aid award letter from your prospective school or schools, if the funds offered are not enough to cover education costs, you have the option of applying for state funded grants as merit-based grants.

Merit-based grants are a general term for any grant that requires you to meet specific standards to qualify. Where need-based grants are mainly based on income, merit-based grants are based on a combination of academic and income factors. State grants typically require that your income not exceed a fixed amount, but you must meet certain grade requirements too.

Forms for merit-based grants can usually be found on the website for your specific state. The application process entails sending in verification of your grade point average to the student aid commission of your state. You become eligible for a grant if your GPA is high enough. Make sure to carefully read all the directions for the grant application for your particular state and pay attention to deadlines, submitting all forms and information requested in a timely manner.

In Conclusion

Times have definitely changed where trade school is concerned. Many more people are interested in pursuing careers in such diverse fields as electrical, HVAC, automotive, cosmetology, and Culinary Arts, to name a few.

Now, as never before, financial aid as free grant money is readily available to those who seek degrees or certificates in vocational or technical trades. With some concentrated research, effort, and time, trade school students can procure the grants they need to fund a brighter future.

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52 Comments on “Trade School Grants”

  1. ryland reese Says:

    i want a short term student loan

  2. james slinger Says:

    i am collecting unemployment at this time and i am interested in becoming an heavy equipment operator and wondering on how to get grants for training and how to go about gettting assistance on doing so i have already applied for schooling at ats in columbus ohio thank you for your time and hope to here from you soon

  3. Cassady Says:

    Im wanting to go.back to school but cant afford it

  4. Gavin Boomer Says:

    I’m still in high school looking to go into a trade school after graduating in 2012 but i’m not sure how i will be able to afford to do so. I believe that by receiving a grant to fulfill this would not only benefit myself but as well as the company that i might could end up working for in the future. I look forward to at least hearing back from you. Thank you for your time

  5. Ahyahnna Butler Says:

    I graduated from High School in 2011. I would like to attend a pastry and Baking trade school however, I do not have the funds to do so. My family does not make enough money to co-sign for loans on my behalf.
    Would I be able to get a grant or grants for my continued Education??

  6. Charlie Says:

    I am in school for HVAC and I am looking for grants.

  7. Shaledra Givens Says:

    I am unemployed without unemployment benefits and looking forward to start a heating ventilation and air conditioning training course with QUALITY TECHNICAL TRANING CENTER. Unfortunately I do not have the funds to do so at the time and would love to enter this field as soon as possible. Being rewarded this grant will allow me to do so. I look forward to hear from you soon. Thank you

  8. Natasha Johnson Says:

    I am looking for Grants to finish my last to months of barbering classes that cost close to $700 not includeing supplies.

  9. Lamon Adams Says:

    Im underemployed and Im looking to return to trade school to finish my degree in Diesel Mechanics. Im wondering which grants would I qualify for.

  10. Aaron Says:

    Im unemployed, I’ve been looking for a job for almost a year now. I graduated back in 2008. What I want do is go to school for Welding, but I don’t have the funds nor do any of my family. Are there any grants that I would be able to qualify for?

  11. Michael Lowe Says:

    My name is Michael Lowe and I am in a school in NYC doing IT/Graphics/music and need financial assistance so that I don’t have to drop out.My need is urgent.

  12. Josh Eubanks Says:

    I’m unemployed, my mom told me to see about going to school for welding. My family nor I have the funding for me to go. I graduated in 2005, i’m 25 now would i qualify for any grants at all. Hope to here back soon!!!!!!!!!

  13. Tidas Mcgee Says:

    I’m unemployed tired of deadend jobs want career in pharmacy technician need help with the funding.Want to know if I qualify or have grants for this trade

  14. Nimala Says:

    I am a farther of 2. Going to trade school for the first time. like everyone else, i cant afford it. But, I am still going. I am a single dad, with one of my kids living with me full time.Tired of all the excuses, but i do need help for school. With or with out grants i will find a way to do this, for me and my kids. HELP WOULD BE GREAT TO HAVE.

  15. Edward Hill Says:

    Hello, I graduated high school in 2007. I was working helping provide for my mother and sister shortly after my parents divorce. My dad moved to california, haven’t heard much from him since except at the funeral of my grandmother that recently passed. I live paycheck to paycheck in a small 1 bedroom apt. and can’t even afford to put new tires on my truck. I have been spending money fixing my mothers taurus so she can drive to work and back. Winter is here and you can see steel on 2 of my truck tires. I work doing cable construction aerial and underground boring for comcast. I’m a contractor but don’t make much. I will make it living and surviving, but I know what I want to do in life and that is electrical line working. I love heights and the feel of being up on a pole with nothing but gaffs and a belt. The course is 3 months long at Southeast Lineman Training Center in Trenton, GA. It costs 13,000. Please help. It would be a blessing.

  16. Jamie Shipman Says:

    I want to go to school and learn Metal Fabrication. But they will not let me start with out there money. I can’t make money without a trade, and walmart sure not going to cut it. I’m 20 and two years have passed and I’m still not in school
    I’m highly motivated, and hard working. I don’t understand why in the last two years I haven’t got my FASFA. I know I’m eligible. I just need a hand to get my foot in the door and I’ll do the rest. I’m not asking life to be handed to me. I have no family to help me. Mother in Arkansas, Father in Hawaii, and I’m all alone one the east coast.

    For what its worth my tuition is only 9500.00
    And I could really use any kind of help from Aid to advice.
    MAHALO

  17. Esther L. Childs Says:

    I am an unemployed U.S. Navy veteran and have been so since 2007. I am 59-years-old and I have a disability that prohibits my sitting at a desk for long periods of time, so secretarial work (which I’ve done for 40 years) is out of the question. I have found a trade school which will teach me to be a galley cook on tugboats, workboats, supply boats, oil rigs, etc. The school is the Son of a Seacook Cooking School located near Mobile, Alabama. The entire cost of the school, including room and board, classroom materials, hands-on training, and assistance with getting my TWIC (traveling workers identification card), as well as job placement assistance costs $3,500 plus round trip airfare for a total of approximately $4,000. I have been in touch with Ingram Barge Co., which is the largest barge company in the country. Most of their galley cooks are retiring within the next several months, and this would be the perfect time for me to get into school. Having my certification from this cooking school would open a lot of doors into this career field that will otherwise remain shut. Can you help me, or direct me toward a funding agency who can? It is my strongest desire to work in this field, and to retire from Ingram in 15-20 years. I had initiated my request through the VA’s Vocational Rehab, Chapter 31 program, but they refused to fund me, so I am presently marking time at UC-Clermont College in Batavia, OH, majoring in Medical Assisting. I am desperate for help. Any assistance you might be able to afford me would be greatly appreciated. Thank you!

  18. michael Says:

    i have been working dead end jobs for too long and want to become a mechanic but can not afford school

  19. ULYSSES SAPP Says:

    I AM LOOKING FOR A GRANT TO GET AN EDUCATION IN IRRIGRATION TECHNICIAN, OR TRUCK DRIVING. I WOULD JUST LIKE TO GO TO SCHOOL SO I CAN WORK.

  20. Beaux Parrish Says:

    I am a soon to be army veteran. I wish to attend seattle divers institute of technology. the problem i am running into is the GI bill will not cover the cost of my tuition and the school has no room and board. Due to my time restraints i am concerned about my transition into the civilian world. I would greatly appriciate any information you could offer me.
    thank you.

  21. matthew green Says:

    hi my name is matt im looking to get my assosiates degree in automotive but need the money i start school this summer but i need the help in funding and in prayer thank you for your time

  22. christopher Says:

    i am a high school student at john adams high school and i will be graduating next and i want to know how can i get a grant

  23. brian Says:

    I have been unemployed for 2 years its been very rough for me. it would mean the world to me to get a carreer in hvac so i can take care of my family again. how do i go about getting a grant for that the tuition is $2,186. I know thats not much but to but to be in my shoes and trying to come up with that type of money seems impossible with bills up to my neck. If there is any way to help me out please let me know. Thanks for your time.

  24. Francisco Says:

    Hello, my name is Francisco. I am a 51 year old male and have been unemployed since 2010. I started my education in 1996 and have accumulated 55 technical credited hours towards an AAS degree but have not being able to complete it. I would like to finish what I started so long ago. In order to complete this AAS in Air Conditioning/ Refrigeration/Facilities I need an additional 40 credit hours. I’m requesting being approved for a grant since I lack the means to pay my way to school. Could you help please?
    Thanks!

  25. Shane Says:

    have a Finance degree, but not able to find work with that and think that I would like to expand our family business by earning HVAC education, but need to find financial assistance. are there grants for that? how do I find out where to get info?

  26. Crystal Maharaj Says:

    I’m an unemployed veteran of the US Navy with a general medical discharge in under 180 days and I’m trying to get funding to go into a culinary course at Erwin High Tech

  27. zoheb faiz ali Says:

    I have a certificate in plumbing and sheet metal and would like to study more in engineering.if there any grant available for me to study more i would be grateful to know bout it.thanking you.

  28. Cole White Says:

    Looking for career based loan or grant money…..School I want to attend does not take FAFSA……I want to improve myself and I have a job offer after I obtain certificate in Heavy Equip I and II…..No institution to help people like me….Any suggestions? Country needs people educated and certified in these areas also….I have worked every summer for construction company while in high school and just recently got laid off from Anderson Windows….All I want is a little advice or help on where I can try to obtain some assistance. Thank you.

  29. Christopher Kim Says:

    Hi. I am looking for a grant to purchase a computer to do school work. I have terrible credit, due to my past illness. I am still going to treatment but it is stable and am able to go back to school. I am also 49 year old and can not go back to my old profession. Besides, I am going to school to be an electrician and I can make more money by switching career. can you help? If you can, please e-mail me back at cskim2434@gmail.com. Thank you.

  30. Dennis Moore Says:

    I’m the oldes of two boys in a single family home who would wants go to a vocational school. My mom has only one income which is used for taking care of me my brother, grandparents as well as helping my cousins. I applied for a student loan but received only 850.00 to attend at school that cost 10,000.00. I would love to be given a chance to be able to attend my school in order to help my mom with our family. can you assist me with any grant available to me. school starts in November.

  31. reion mason Says:

    Hi my name is reion mason and I’m the youngest of two brothers and two sisters. I’m looking forward to going to tulsa welding school but I believe I need more money to attend for more information you could contact me by email or contact tulsa welding school thank you.

    Contact info

    Reion mason
    @pareion540@gmail.com

  32. bobade damilola Says:

    I’m a student of a technical school and i sponsor myself wit a contract work, now that the contracthave been finished i have nothing to sponsor myself. Plz i need a scholarship to any technical school as an electrical engineer abroad or loan grant to sponsor myself…… I’l be glad if my wish is granted

  33. Kenneth Leach Says:

    I am looking at going to a school for Operating heavy equipment. I am having a hard time coming up with the money to attend, and was just wondering if there is any financial help for these types of schools? Thank you for your time, and I am looking forward to hearing back from you.

    Kenneth C. Leach

  34. jamaal Says:

    i am looking for grant sto continue trade school going for hvac…

  35. Zacharias Robinson Says:

    I am a male, married with 3 kids my wife is dissabled and unable to work, I have worked for a steel manufacturing factory for the last 5 years I was laid off in August of 2012, prior to that I worked for a warehouse doing third party logistics everything from driving a forklift & loading & unloading trucks to being a lead man and supervising a crew of about 20 men for a company called servicecraft for about 8 years. I would like to go back to school to learn a trade like welding, or even a x-ray tech.

  36. Nicolas Ropac Says:

    I am a almost graduate high school student, who wants to live a life based upon the hepling and healing of others, and i wist to attened a massage therapy school, so that I can help others and i am also an Ordained Minister and I have an excellent work ethic.

  37. frank consalvo Says:

    I am 52 yrs old i want to rnroll in welding school & I am unemployed.the field that i was in is just not there so i need help with tuition can youtell me where i can go for it.
    thankyou

  38. Rahman Wilson Says:

    I am current working with a yard crew, have been laid off from a previous job. I would like to go and get a trade to be able to get a better job but don’t have the financial means.

  39. Monica Jamison Says:

    I Just Looking for a grant to get in a trade school..I’m in Job Corps In drums PA and they Lied to me…and cheating me out of my learing what I need to do I graduate High school and they are making me do alot of things When they don’t need be done I just want to get in a career and i to the real world I, I went threw a lot in my life and just want to ne something and someone I want to get in the the Health care maybe become a MOS..but thank you for let me comment.

  40. Roxanne Says:

    I am looking for a grant to go to a trade school to study pharmacy technician. The fafsa grant is not enough. I cannot come up with enough money to go. Is there any other help out there

  41. Darrick Says:

    Hello, after 15 yrs as an A.S.E. Master auto technician, I gave it up as the economy where I live continued to go from bad to worse, ending with me being laid-off from my last job. I got a job in a factory close to home, trying to come up with a plan of what to do next. I ended up bidding on a maintenance position, and trained for 4 months. They moved me back to production, and told me I needed some more experience with the machines, and some college wouldn’t hurt, but they wanted me to bid again when it came up again. I really enjoyed working on the machines, like I did working on cars. I enrolled in a community college 45 minutes away, and have completed two semesters in Industrial Millwright. My work does not help pay for school. I plan on getting my Associates degree in skilled trades from the school I am attending. Things are tight budget wise as my youngest of three battles health problems. For an example he was hospitalized for the week before Thanksgiving with asthmatic bronchitis. I could really use some help this fall when I head back to school, so I can see this through to its finish.

  42. Denise Says:

    I recently left my job of 14 years and relocated to another city with my husband for his new job. I am currently a displaced homemaker drawing unemployment because I have not been able to find work. I decided to go to school and learn a new trade, and I am looking for a grant to go to a trade school for dental/medical assisting. I recieved my SAR from fasfa along with my EFC amount. I do not qualify for pell grants due to my husband’s income. I/we do not want to do student loans of any kind due to our current outstanding debt. I would really appreciate any help available as a minority woman to get me through 9-18 months of school, and help me get back into the working environment and give back to others.

  43. carolyn flowers Says:

    my son is needing financial help with paying for his room and board.he didnot qualify for pell.and i am not able to purchase him a car for him to commute.i have to pay a total of 3030.45 for him to attend trade school in jan.2014.and the trade school says they donot have student loans.i need help in sending my son to school.please help me and my son

  44. Chris Hartman Says:

    I am a 35 year old single dad starting college to become an electrician. I have found that with all my costs of being a single father I can’t afford school. I am looking for help to get thru college and make a better life for my son.

  45. ayana sidney Says:

    I am a 17 year old high school graduate who is trying to go to culinary school. I have been accepted to go and now I need the money. I have taken culinary arts in high school for 2 years and I love it. I would love to own my own restaurant someday so I plan on majoring in business as well. The school I applied to has that opportunity for me.

  46. Lou Santora Says:

    A friend is a student at SUNY College of Technology at Alfred & is enrolled in the excellent curriculum-Heavy Duty Equipment Operations. Just try to find a scholarship or grant for a freshman in college in the trades. It is almost impossible. All scholarship sites are misleading, they seem to want to get you a college NOT a scholarship. This person is an independent who is trying to get a decent education and is finding it very difficult to get any help. Most sites are not programmed very well They really do not seem to offer much.

  47. brianna phillips Says:

    Hello I am a single mother of three & would like to get into the pharmacy tech program in my area which is in chico cali but im low income and cant afford the 3,000 for the program and cant seem to find no were to help me ive beem at a dead end job for 5 years and camt handle it any more i could really usw ur help:)

  48. Gift Blueghum Says:

    Hie,
    May you please consider me to go further with my studies I Automobile mechanics. Currently I am aholder of the national trade test grade one, with astrong hope and enouegh courage tto obtain an internationally recognized Qualification;ie The city and guilds of London Board or A university degree in automobile engineering. Ihave already done afour years traning at technical college and Iam capable of seating for a Diploma level of the London board even having given exams fees only

    Yours faithfully
    G Blueghum

  49. William Hudson Says:

    Hi
    Im ttyin to get into trade school for welding ,but i need help. I can someone please help me

  50. Dave Holt Says:

    Hello,
    Im 49 years old and need to make a career change. Currently i am unemployeed have been for two months i would like to earn a cirtificate in heavy equipment operation but cannot afford to pay tuition are there grants out there that will help me in that reguard. i live in indiana and the school im looking at is around cincinnati ohio which means i would need funding for housing as well. any help would be greatly appreciated.

  51. Edward Says:

    This will be my first attempt at obtaining a trade. I would really appreciate any information regarding electrician and welding schools that accept federal student aid. Thank you.

  52. Ajay Rokaya Says:

    Hello, my name is Ajay Rokaya (26 years old ) from NEPAL ,I graduated MBA degree. I am founder of a Technical school ( a public company ) that school running before 3 years. our country people are very poor here PCI(Average$216 per anum) very low so many student are out of the education or here 50 percent people are uneducated and the more unemployment they have not technical skill/knowledge it is really.

    Therefore ,I am looking for a grant or loan to improving and poorest students give the technical education by my school/company.. I am having a hard time coming up with the money to attend, and was just wondering if there is any financial help for these types of schools? please
    Thank you for your time, and I am looking forward to hearing back from you.

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