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GENERAL INFORMATION We are currently limited to the GI Bill® program, and are unable to accept funds from GoArmyEd’s Tuition Assistance (TA) program. If you are using your GI Bill®, you will need to provide the following documents.: • • • •

DD214 Form Certificate of Eligibility Military Transcript Postsecondary College Transcript (if you’ve attended college in the past)

*At the time of this publication, both the Telecommunications Lineworker Program and the Gas Distribution Program have yet to be approved for GI Bill® funding. Please contact NLC’s VA Certifying Official to inquire about these specific program approvals at the time of your enrollment. VOCATIONAL REHABILITATION & EMPLOYMENT PROGRAM VR&E services, offered by the VA, may help with job training, employment accommodations, résumé development, and job-seeking skills for qualifying vets. For more info visit benefits.va.gov/vocrehab. STATE FUNDING Many students have been able to utilize grant funds through their local Department of Labor office to attend NLC for career training. When contacting your local office, inquire about the following programs: • Workforce Innovation Opportunity Act (WIOA) • Trade Adjustment Assistance (TAA) • Worker’s Compensation Program • Vocational Rehabilitation (VocRehab)

NLC is continually looking for new sources to help students find funding to power their education. For the most current information on loans, scholarships, and other available options, please visit

WHAT’S THE DIFFERENCE?

Loans, scholarships, and grants are the three leading methods of funding an education. Learn more about the differences between scholarships, grants and loans to determine the right combination for you. LOAN

Student loans are borrowed funds which you (or your parents or guardians) are obligated to pay back over a certain agreed-upon period, with interest. SCHOLARSHIP

Scholarships are a form of financial aid that do not have to be repaid. Scholarships are granted based on a variety of criteria, including academic merit, athletic involvement, extracurricular activities, essays, ethnicity, and financial need. GRANT

Grants are monetary awards that, like scholarships, do not need to be repaid. Grants are funded by federal and state governments.

lineman.edu/funding For questions or assistance, call Admissions:

888-LINEWORK GI Bill® is a registered trademark of the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA). For more info on education benefits visit the official U.S. government website gibill.va.gov. 1

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2019 Career Programs Vol 3 (FL,TX)  

2019 Career Programs Vol 3 (FL,TX)