Kish College Veterinary Assistant program resumes in July 2022
The Kishwaukee College Continuing Education department will offer the Fall 2022 Veterinary Assistant program from July 24 through Dec. 16.Read More
Reducing economic barriers for eligible participants pursuing educational and career goals
WIOA Youth offers out-of-school youth (16-24 years old) an opportunity to participate in training that will assist them in obtaining employment. Funding through WIOA provides financial assistance with tuition, fees, books and supplies for participants who meet eligibility requirements. Many programs at Kish qualify for WIOA assistance.
Those who are eligible may receive support to help meet educational goals such as:
Because we are grant-funded, program participants must meet specific requirements. Those who meet one or more of the following may qualify for WIOA funding.
If you meet any of the criteria above, please contact us to see what support may be available to you!
If you meet the above eligibility, funding may be available to cover tuition for the following programs:
Only certain degrees and certificates within each program qualify. To learn more:
We would be happy to help you discover a career. Please call our office during business hours for assistance.
Yes! To search for other WIOA approved training programs, search on the Illinois Workforce Development System.
Recognizing Kishwaukee College's commitment to equity, the Illinois Community College Trustees Association (ICCTA) has recognized Kish with the 2022 Equity and Diversity Award. The honor recognizes the commitment of Kish’s Board of Trustees and leadership to achieve diversity, equity and inclusion in the College's education programs.Read More