Support and Financial Assistance
Many adult learners qualify for funding to help with some or all of the tuition cost for training. Career centers work with VSAC, Vermont Department of Labor, VocRehab Vermont, and Vermont Adult Learning.
VSAC has outreach counselors in every region in Vermont ready to help students learn about grant opportunities.
Vermont Works for Women supports women and gender non-conforming individuals with career exploration, development and advancement, including searching, applying and interviewing for jobs, transitioning between fields, managing personal finances and more!
Vermont Works for Women can also connect you with a volunteer career mentor. Any woman or gender nonconforming individual can request to meet with one of our career mentors to get help with finding a new job or learning about a new career.
The Vermont Department of Labor is ready to help unemployed, underemployed, and displaced workers find and fund training opportunities.
VocRehab Vermont provides services to help Vermont's dealing with a disability that affects employment. They may also provide financial and academic support for adult technical training.
Vermont Adult Learning assists adult learners, age 16 and older, acquire the reading, writing, math and computer skills to earn their high school diploma or GED. They also teach English Language Learners the skills needed to advance educationally or in the workplace.