Job Corps Scholars Program
Attend School at No Cost to You
Northwest Florida State College has been awarded a Department of Labor grant to fund the Job Corps Scholars program. The program is a non-residential program designed for individuals who may be unemployed, underemployed, and/or limited to low-wage jobs who wish to attain meaningful employment in a specific skill area. The NWFSC Job Corps Scholars program strategically includes career technical training that meets regional employment demands, provides diversity of choice for potential Job Corps Scholars participants, and is offered throughout Okaloosa and Walton Counties. This program connects young adults with the training and instruction they need to be successful in today’s job market.
What are the program benefits?
- Covers the cost of attendance for up to 12 months (tuition & fees)
- A personal counselor to support your academic and career success
- Additional personal supportive services such as school supplies, books and transportation
- Up to 12 months of employment assistance with an assigned employment specialist
- Student events and workshops (personal growth, financial planning and some just for fun)
What are the eligibility requirements?
- Be a U.S citizen or meet residency requirements for federal financial assistance
- Be between the ages of 16 – 24
- Demonstrate financial need
- Demonstrate need for additional education/career services
- Be a new student (Students currently attending or considered as a transfer student are not eligible)
- Undergo the Job Corps Scholars program interview process
Explore Certificate Programs supported by the JC Scholars Program:
Early Childhood Education
Emergency Administration & Management
Hospitality & Tourism Management
Public Safety Management
Programs with an * require additional steps to admission. Visit our Selective Program Admissions page for more information.
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