"I went from earning an hourly wage to a living wage, and I couldn't be happier."
Apartment and Facility Maintenance Technician, Class of 2018
Scholarship awards may vary and cover the cost of registration, fees, books and course-specific equipment and supplies, as well as credentialing exams.
Yes. Some pathways require multiple classes to earn a credential.
Submit an application and any additional information requested by the Workforce Continuing Education Financial Resources and Student Support team.
Yes. The Capital Area Workforce Development's NCWorks Career Center will provide employment planning, job matching and other support services.
Yes. Complete the scholarship application and indicate your program of choice on the "Other" line.