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In addition to cash, check, credit card, or employer payment for registration, some programs may qualify for additional funding options. If you want to further your Education and are interested in one of our Classes, but may need some financial aid you can contact the following agencies.  All of these agencies offer support and financial assistance.


Idaho Department of Labor WIOA

(Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act)

WIOA is a federally funded program that provides funding to support training and employment services for adults, dislocated workers and low-income out of school youth. To see if you qualify for Financial Assistance please contact:

Career Planner: 208-696-2881 or 208-696-2477




LAUNCH: Idaho Workforce Development Council    

Launch is a program designed to connect Idahoans with funding, education and career planning, and resources essential for rejoining the workforce.

To see if you qualify for Financial Assistance please contact:

For General Questions 208-236-6710 (Ask for the launch program)

You may also visit them at 430 N. 5 th Ave, Pocatello Idaho

Case Management / Operations Officer 208-488-7567




Idaho Department of Health and Welfare

The department of Health and Welfare can help with living expenses to ease financial  burdens. They can help pay for  Food, Gas, Education etc...

To see if you qualify for Financial Assistance please contact:  

Assistance / General Questions  (208) 235-2900  


Equus Workforce Solutions

Equus is a partner with Idaho WorkForce Development. They work with the Department of Labor and can assist in many avenues.

They may pay for Class Fees, Books, Gas, etc…

To see if you qualify for some assistance through this Agency please contact:

Case Managers  (208) 242-4397


Vocational Rehabilitation

Vocational Rehabilitation is a state-federal program whose goal is to assist people with disabilities prepare for, secure, retain or regain employment.

VR provides the funding for education purposes necessary to achieve said goals.

For questions or to see if you qualify for Financial Assistance please contact:

Blackfoot (208) 785- 6649

Pocatello (208)  236-6333

Preston    (208)  852-0092


Community Council of Idaho

Community Council of Idaho provides training and educational opportunities to Eligible Adult and Youth Farm Workers. Their Community Resource Centers offer job search assistance, training opportunities, skills development, education funding and much more. For general questions and to see if you qualify for Financial Assistance please contact:

Employment & Training (208) 785-6390


Advanced Opportunity  (For High School Students)

Advanced opportunities allow for students to individualize their high school learning plan and get a jump start on their future education. These options include Dual Credit, , Certification Exams, Advanced Placement, International programs and more ...

This Program is for High School students in grades 7-12 and offers funding and support. Your School Counselor or Career Advisor can help you request funding and create a plan that will help you reach your Education goal.

For questions and answers please contact:

Boise Education Office 208-332-6800

ISU Region 5 Coordinator (208) 282-4663

Region 5, Idaho State Dept. of Education (435) 414-9810