Organizational Tuition Assistance:
HCC is proud to offer assistance through SNAP, WIOA/AJC, Veterans, and The WorkPlace / ApprenticeshipWorks. Students are encouraged to apply for tuition assistance based on eligibility. Individuals can access each organization to obtain more information by clicking on the name of the organization.
The total cost of CT Statewide Healthcare Industry Pathway project is $6.9M. $3.4M (49%) is funded through a U.S. Department of Labor – Employment and Training Administration grant and another $3.5M (51%) is committed through non-federal state and local resources. Additional USDOL funding is available for eligible students interested in CNA, PCT, CSPT, and CPC programs.
HCC Foundation is providing scholarships for students who are enrolled in the following workforce development programs and courses: Community Health Worker, Certified Nurse Aide, Patient Care Technician, Pharmacy Technician, Manufacturing CNC Operator, Computer Information Technology, Central Sterile Processing Technician and TEAS Exam Prep. Financial support will help students who have financial hardship and are pursuing these important vocational programs that lead directly to a career path. Scholarships are given to qualified students until all funds have been awarded and depleted.
Eligibility to Apply & Documents Required at Time of Application:
- Be enrolled at HCC in one of the following non-credit programs: Community Health Worker, Certified Nurse Aide, Patient Care Technician, Pharmacy Technician, Manufacturing CNC Operator, Computer Information Technology, Central Sterile Processing Technician and TEAS Exam Prep.
- Students must provide a copy of their registrant/student’s course schedule.
- Complete and submit the Application below.
- Attach required documentation to your application in order to be considered.
- Questions: Tatiana Rampino is located in Beacon Hall 116F, Continuing Education Office, (203) 332-5084 |