Our goal is for learners to realize career ambitions and develop aspirational goals into actionable flight plans. Removing barriers for learners in all stages of their educational journey is critical to this aim. Our alternative funding sources are listed with eligibility requirements below. Credit for prior learning is another way to save time and money and accelerate career and educational pathways.

Funding Options for Individuals

Our Workforce Ready Grant approved programs are available to Indiana residents with a high school diploma and less than a bachelor's degree who wish to pursue in-demand career training in select fields. Learn more.

The Workforce Innovation Opportunity Act (WIOA) offers unemployed and underemployed adults a chance to re-train for their next career move. Multiple programs are approved for funding. Here is a summary of the process and programs.  Our Enrollment Specialist walks learners through the process and funding varies by region based on workforce demand. 

GI Bill Funding may be used by military-connected families towards eight approved healthcare and IT programs

Funding Options for Businesses

Lifetime Learning by Ball State offers an invoice option for contract-based group employee training that is completely customizable to employer specifications. Request a training to start a training conversation. 

Consider partnering with us to secure Next Level Jobs Employer Training Grant. The Employer Training Grant will reimburse an employer for up to $5,000 per trained employee who is trained, hired, and retained for six months, up to $50,000 per employer.