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Further Your Career with These Scholarship Opportunities
Nov 6, 2020 Share

Team members can take advantage of several current scholarship opportunities if they work in health care and/or are pursuing education in a health care field like CNA certification.

The Futures for Frontliners scholarship is giving back to Michigan’s essential workers with tuition-free community college to anyone without a degree. The application deadline is December 31. Discover how you can pursue your career and personal dreams with tuition-free college at Michigan.gov/Frontliners

The Michigan Works! WIOA (Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act) Scholarship is based on financial need and funding available. Average amounts range from $500 - $1500 per semester. Applicants must demonstrate a financial need, training must be in a high demand industry or occupation, and the training must be listed on Michigan Training Connect. The program also includes individualized career coaching, resume assistance, interview help, and job search guidance.

Click here to learn more about the scholarship and view the application

The CNA Apprenticeship program combines classroom learning with paid on-the-job training. To be considered for the apprenticeship, you must be employed (or eligible to work) in health care, gain acceptance into a CNA program at Lake Michigan College, Southwestern Michigan College, Van Buren Tech Center, or MCTI Benton Harbor and meet all eligibility requirements. This CNA apprenticeship consists of three phases: Level One: Certified Nursing Assistant Certification at a local training program; Level Two: Dementia Certificate & Navigating Health care Employment; Level Three: Restorative Certificate or Preceptor Certificate (choose one).

Click here to learn more about the CNA apprentice scholarship program and view the application

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