The following financial aid opportunities have recently become available for students pursuing Continuing Education courses.
- ConnectFund Grants – These grants are funded by the Durham Sales and Use Tax and are designed to assist individuals who need further education, career training, or retraining. Now accepting applications.
- Finish Line Grant Program– helps students complete their education when facing unforeseen challenges. In partnership with the Durham Workforce Development Board, Durham Tech offers access to these funds for students who have completed at least 75% of their noncredit program and are in good academic standing.
- Food and Nutrition Services Program– Orange County residents who are receiving FNS or SNAP benefits are eligible for education and training opportunities along with job search strategies that lead to sustainable employment. The program is a collaboration between Durham Technical Community College and Orange County Department of Social Services.
- I Have a Dream Award – The I Have a Dream Award is a need-based scholarship offered to one curriculum and one continuing education student. The deadline is December 7, 2018.
- Project Skilling Up, a program funded by the North Carolina Tobacco Trust Fund Commission, for people who have themselves or have family who have been adversely affected by changes and the downturn in the tobacco industry over the past 20 years. Now accepting applications.
- SECU Bridge to Career Program was designed as a workforce education program to help remove financial barriers for students seeking to obtain state regulated or industry-recognized credentials. The deadline is January 9, 2019.
Have you ever lived in one of these counties in NC? You may be eligible for a $250 Golden LEAF scholarship to use at Durham Tech! Email Robert Leonard, Financial Aid Advisor or call 919-536-7200, ext. 1511 for more information.