MT Training Center School Code: 042264
Financial Aid Philosophy: A successful financial aid package is a cooperative effort between the student and the institution that not only meets the student’s educational needs but also fosters an environment from which the student can effectively manage any debt that may be incurred during the course of their education.
Tuition assistance is available for those who students who meet the qualifications. The MT Training Center offers a variety of financial assistance packages to meet the needs of our students. By utilizing both state and federally funded economic support programs, the MT Training Center is better equipped to tailor a financial aid package that reflects both your current and future economic standing.
For your convenience, we have provided the following links to agencies with which the MT Training Center has conducted business in the past. Use the links, review the documentation contained therein and make a determination as to whether you feel you would qualify for financial assistance through that particular program. Please keep in mind that, depending on your personal situation, you may qualify for assistance through a variety of programs.
Feel free to contact our friendly, knowledgeable staff with any financial assistance questions that may arise during your search. Our representatives are well-versed with the programs listed below and may be able to provide much needed direction to your financial questions. !
Net Price Calculator
This calculator provides current prospective students and their families – based on individual student circumstances – an estimate of the cost of attending a program at MT Training Center.
Student Aid Resources
There are many different types of aid available. Please contact the school with any questions.
Workforce Investment Act – Texas
The Workforce Investment Act of 1998 (WIA) combines federally funded job training programs in Texas into a “workforce development” system that was developed to consolidate, coordinate, and improve employment, training, literacy, and vocational rehabilitation programs. Services are provided through the state’s “one-stop” system of workforce investment and education services for adults, dislocated workers, and youth.
Core Services available for adults age 18 years or older:
- Job search and placement assistance (including career counseling)
- Labor market information (identifies job vacancies; skills needed for in-demand jobs; and local, regional, and national employment trends)
- Initial assessment of skills and needs
- Information about and cost for local training providers
- Follow-up services to help customers keep their jobs once they are placed
Intensive Services (available to eligible adults who have been unable to find work through core services, or needed additional training to reach self-sufficiency):
- Comprehensive assessments
- Development of individual employment plans
- Group and individual counseling
- Case Management
Dislocated worker and youth services
To be eligible for the dislocated worker program, a person must have received a lay-off notice or have been laid off due to a company closure or mass layoff. Workers may also be eligible if they are currently unemployed and are unlikely to return to their prior occupation due to economic conditions in that industry.
To be eligible for the youth program, a person must be between the ages of 14 and 21, have low income and have a substantial barrier to employment such as: deficient in basic literacy skills, school dropout, homeless, a runaway or a foster child, pregnant or parenting, an offender, or be an individual who requires additional assistance to complete an educational program, or to secure and hold employment. Please visit the website: http://www.twc.state.tx.us/boards/wia/txwia.html
- An objective assessment, including review of academic and occupational skill levels and service needs.
- An individual service strategy, including an age-appropriate career goal.
- Preparation for postsecondary educational opportunities.
- Linkages between academic and occupational learning.
Directory of Workforce Solution Offices: http://www.twc.state.tx.us/dirs/wdas/directory-offices-services.html
Institutional Student Financial Assistance Program
There are special situations whereby students may participate in an Institutional Student Financial Assistance Program through the institution and administered by TFC Tuition Financing which provides private financing plans for students. More information can be provided by a school representative or visiting www.tfctuition.com. No credit check and financing is guaranteed!
Department of Assistive and Rehabilitative Services (DARS)
DARS offers programs that strive to assist people with disabilities and helps them prepare, find and retain employment. For additional information on the services that DARS offers along with educational training please contact them directly.
For students who have a disability, funding may be available through DARS.
Veteran’s Affairs (VA)
For elgible GI Bill students: The Post 911 GI bill provides financial support for education and housing to individuals who qualify for training. Please visit the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs website for additional information.
Veterans Retraining Assistance Program (VRAP)
The Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) launched a new program to provide retraining for Veterans hardest hit by the current economic conditions. Eligibility guidelines and more detailed information can be found on the United States Department of Veterans Affairs website at the link below.
My CAA Military One Source
My CAA Program is an unemployment assistance program that provides up to $4,000 of financial assistance to eligible military spouses who are pursuing a license or certification in a portable career field and occupation.
For additional information visit the My CAA website. https://aiportal.acc.af.mil/mycaa/default/
Eligibility Requirements http://www.militaryhomefront.dod.mil/12038/project%20documents/militaryhomefront/mycaa/factsheet.pdf