|Extensive information on available government benefits www.govbenefits.gov/Florida Office of Student Financial Assistance www.floridastudentfinancialaid.org/ Student Aid on the Web www.studentaid.ed.gov – In depth info on federal student aid programs, applying for financial aid & repaying student loans. Conduct college & scholarship searches, estimate college costs, track & compare financial aid awards.Resources for students
NORTHEAST FLORIDA COMMUNITY ACTION AGENCY – promotes self sufficiency by encouraging families & individuals to improve their eduation, enroll in skill training & seek employment. The education program may assist students with tuition, books, lab & exam fees. You can also get information on their local offices here: www.nfcaa.net
Please contact your local NFCAoffice to get information on program requirements & information on how to apply for assistance:
St. Johns County
KID CARE – Uninsured families throughout the state are encouraged to apply for Florida KidCare. Florida KidCare, the state’s low-cost health insurance program for children under age 19, is designed to provide low-cost healthcare benefits to families regardless of their income. Coverage includes doctor visits, check-ups and shots, prescriptions, vision and hearing screenings, dental care, emergency services, surgical care and more. Florida KidCare enrollment is open year-round and monthly premiums depend on household size and income.
For more information or to apply for Florida KidCare, visit www.floridakidcare.org. Families can also call 1-888-540-5437 to receive an application by mail.
HEAD START – A no cost preschool program for income eligible families. School site classrooms, full day classes, school readiness activities & disability services. For information, call 904.547.4896.
Uninsured Floridians can visit www.FloridaHealthFinder.gov to find resources available to cover the cost of medical care, prescription drugs, health insurance and more under Medical Help Resources.
WorkSource – This program is a valuable tool for students from beginning their application, through their enrollment & after graduation. Please take time to explore their website to learn about the valuable resources they offer!Worksource Home PageLearn, Return and Earn – This program funds scholarships through the Workforce Investment Act (WIA). The LRE workforce training program connects you to industry recognized certifications, which lead to employment in high demand occuations.You may qualify for the LRE program if: You were laid off from your job or have received notice that your job will be eliminated. You qualify based on income. (Including if you have been laid off and have taken a short term or part time job!) Worksource Educational OpportunitiesPlease contact your local WS office to get information on program requirements & information on how to apply for assistance:
St. Johns County
Ready to Work Certification – Be a job candidate who stands out from the crowd by earning your FREE Florida Ready to Work Credential. Job seekers who move through the Ready to Work program and become “work ready” can prove their workplace skills to potential employers with the Florida Ready to Work Credential. The only thing you need for the Florida Ready to Work certification is the time it takes to study and take their online placement assessments.
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