SOURCES OF FUNDING
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Alaska Commission Postsecondary Education
ACPE - Alaska Supplemental Education Loan.
A low-cost loan option for Alaskan students to use for postsecondary education in-state, out-of-state, or for career training program.
ACPE - Click here to find out more.
Career Pathways provides opportunities for apprenticeships, certifications, and education for students to immediately enter the workforce in a field where they can be successful.
NineStar - Click here to find out more.
Department of Labor and Workforce Development
DOLWD- Click here to find out more.
Department of Labor and Vocational Rehabilitation
Each year, the Division of Vocational Rehabilitation (DVR) helps hundreds of Alaskans with disabilities prepare for, get and keep good jobs. If you want to work or keep working and have a physical, intellectual or mental condition that makes this hard, you may be eligible for vocational rehabilitation (VR) services.
DVR - Click here to find out more.
Department of Health and Social Services
Scholarship Name: Beauty & Wellness Professionals Scholarship
Deadline: September 1, March 1
Who's eligible: Any student, including DACA recipients, who is pursuing a career in the beauty industry
BSD- Click here to find out more.
Tribal and Indian
Any and all Tribal and Indian funding is accepted.
Cook Inlet Tribal Council
Vocational Training Grants Program
CITCI-Click here to find out more
scholarships for the LGBTQ+
ALASKA HOUSING JUMPSTART
Receive Up to $3,000 - $5,000
In House Payment Plan
You will need to call the school and find out more information about this option.