While grants for training and career development are not common, they are available. Noticeably, these grants are catered toward particular age groups, industries and locations. Although there is not an influx of funding, the grants that are currently available help to make a difference on those who are eligible. Discover the current opportunities available for those who are seeking continued education below.
1. U.S. immigrants and children of immigrants may be eligible for fellowships of up to $90,000. The funding is open to applicants under the age of 31 who are pursuing graduate studies in any advanced degree-granting program in any field throughout the country.
2. Students and family members of the U.S. Coast Guard may apply for grants of up to $500. The funding is to be used for expenses related to acquiring a GED, higher education or vocational training.
3. Scholarships of $2,500 are available to high school students in their senior year to explore various disciplines related to blogging. This opportunity allows students to explore a passion while cultivating marketable skills such as web development and professional writing.
1. Grants of up to $10,000 are available to Nebraska individuals for child care startups. Meanwhile, Utah also offers up to $400 in funding to help cover some of the costs associated with the child care licensing and business licensing fees.
2. Individuals who are willing to relocate to and work remotely in Tulsa, Oklahoma, may be eligible for grants of $10,000 as well as in-kind support. The grantees will receive membership to a co-working space, support in finding housing, and community-building opportunities.
3. Scholarships of $10,000 are available to managers of nonprofit organizations to participate in a leadership program. Both new and experienced nonprofit leaders may apply for leadership training. This opportunity will allow participants to build upon their leadership skills.
1. Internships are now open to U.S. individuals to learn nonprofit management skills. The participants will gain experience at an established arts nonprofit organization in a broad range of projects, including marketing initiatives; public relations and fundraising.
2. Women in Coachella Valley, California, can apply for up to $3,000 to pursue career training and educational opportunities. This funding will provide women age 25 and over with the resources to pursue goals in professional advancement and higher education.
3. Yukon individuals may be eligible for grants of up to $3,000. This funding is for training and workforce development within the tourism industry.
Find More Funding
Didn’t find any funding to meet your needs? Don’t fret. New grants are released on a regular basis. As stated previously, you’ll recognize many of the opportunities are very specific. Discover listings for apprenticeships, scholarships, and workforce development on the grant listing directory – GrantWatch.com. For more information, you can also visit the GrantWatch FAQ page.