These facilities have developed a program to help cover the cost of CNA training for individuals that are interested in working within their locations. If interested, please visit each facility’s website for more information.
WisCaregiver Careers offers complete funding for course tuition, the state testing fee, and even a retention bonus by connecting you with a potential employer to become certified AND employed. The process is online and free to you. Visit the WisCaregiver Careers website to learn more.
Workforce Connections helps the unemployed and underemployed find work and build self-sufficiency. For more information, visit the Workforce Connections website.
If you are a resident of Crawford, La Crosse, Monroe, or Vernon Counties that works at least 20 hours per week, you may be eligible for financial assistance for our Quality CNA Training course. For more information, visit the Couleecap, Inc. website.
FSET is a free program that helps FoodShare members build their job skills and find jobs. Visit the FSET website for more information.
The Department of Workforce Development offers scholarships and financial assistance programs to displaced workers, workers with disabilities, and many others. For more information on their programs, visit the Job Center of Wisconsin Training and Education page.
Funding is available statewide for individuals with temporary or permanent disabilities. For more information, call 800-442-3477 or visit the DVR website.
Founded in 1979, Forward Service Corporation helps low-income adults and youth start their careers. Visit their website or call 608-244-3526 to learn more about their programs and see which ones you qualify for.
UMOS offers assistance for individuals with an agricultural work background. They also have programs for those who are dependents of parents who have worked in agricultural during the past 2 years. These work backgrounds include crops, cannery, dairy, nurseries, poultry, Christmas trees/wreaths, farm animal care, greenhouse, hay bailing or any other related farm work.
Applicants to the UMOS program must be a U.S. citizen or a legal resident at least 18 years of age. For locations in your area, please visit the UMOS website.
Quality CNA Training has been very supportive in helping me get started. – A.B. La Crosse Student
The Quality CNA staff were very supportive and were able to help me find the funding. Now I have a full time job and an apartment of my own. N.B Waupaca Student
I am looking forward to making a difference for my clients. – C. F. La Crosse Student
I would recommend it to anyone. – Z.A. Monona Student
Passed on the first time. 🙂 – H.P Monona Student
It made me feel like I was part of a team. – G.M. Kaukauna Student
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with the exams and allowed me to come into class early each day to help me so that I could graduate with the rest of the class. C.T. Waupaca Student
– M.B Waupaca
that I wasn’t alone helped me successfully pass this class. – B.Z. La Crosse Student
I discovered that working as a CNA is extremely gratifying.- B.A La Crosse Student
to find a full-time job with health insurance for me and my daughter. – T.S. La Crosse Student
find funding for this class. I couldn’t have afforded it without their help. – G.B. Waupaca Student
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and was always very supportive. – B.E. La Crosse Student
They made the class very enjoyable. – L.A. Kaukauna Student
Our class was a lot of fun. – S.P. Kaukauna Student
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– M.K. Manitowoc Student
The facility staff and residents were really nice and understanding of our learning experience. – A.V. Manitowoc Student
The instructors went above and beyond. – A.C. Kaukauna Student