Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA)
Ed4Online has many Career Training Programs approved and paid for across the country through the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA). WIOA funds training for unemployed and/or underemployed individuals to gain in-demand career skills. You may find and/or contact your local WIOA office by going here: careeronestop.org
No Interest Student Payment Plans
Ed4Online is pleased to offer short-term (2-4 months) payment plans for career training self-pay students. We want individuals to have the opportunity to train for a new career without worrying about paying for the entire career program up front. With a valid debit or credit card, we can set up auto-deducted payments straight from your checking or savings account. Contact us today to set up a NO interest payment plan.
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Vocational Rehabilitation and Employment
The Vocational Rehabilitation and Employment program assists Veterans who have service related disabilities train, find, and keep jobs that are suitable for them regardless of the injuries sustained during service. For eligibility requirements, please visit : eligibility requirements.
Military Tuition Assistance
Ed4Online and our educational partners take great pride in our ability to assist members of the military community in continuing their education. The Armed Forces has several options to support our military families reach their educational and training goals. Each programs and/or branch of the service has its own criteria for eligibility.
We are here to help you find the appropriate funding programs that are available to you whether you are an active duty member, military spouse, or veteran of our armed services. Below is some information on the various military benefits programs that can help you determine which one is right for you.
The Military Spouse Career Advancement Accounts (MyCAA) Program
The MyCAA program is a workforce development program for spouses of active duty military members. Spouses can receive up to $4,000.00 in career education benefits funded through the Department of Defense. We offer programs that will train spouses for portable, in-demand career fields and are perfect for the transient lifestyle of our military spouses. Ed4Online has a team of military spouses and veterans available to assist you.
To learn more about the MyCAA Scholarship program, or check your eligibility go to: mycaa *
** Please note this is not a secure DoD website, you will need to click on ‘Proceed Anyway’ when prompted and click ‘OK’ stating you agree to the user agreement to view this website.
Military Tuition Assistance and Tuition Reimbursement (TA)
The Armed Forces offers Active Duty soldiers and Reservists Tuition Assistance (TA) up to $4,500.00 to current military members, which can be used for college courses, vocational training, and certificate courses taken during off-duty hours. Each branch of the military has its own criteria for eligibility, obligated service, application processes, and restrictions. See the guidelines for each specific branch below.
The Army has a new automated tuition assistance process which helps speed up the process of requesting TA and allows member to enroll in courses online. Active Duty soldiers can request TA through GoArmyEd! by visiting: tuition assistance.
The U.S. Marine Corps Voluntary Education Program Marine Corps Tuition Assistance (TA) offers financial assistance to service members who would like to enroll in Off-Duty or Voluntary Education. First-time students must complete a TA Orientation Class PRIOR to using their TA benefits. Visit your local base Lifelong Learning or Education Office to get started using your benefits today. You can also visit: voluntary education services and tuition assistance.
Please check with your command, certificate program may not be covered by TA. You can also visit: navycollege.navy.mil.
Please check with your command, certificate program may not be covered by TA. You can also visit: uscg.mil.
Members of the National Guard are eligible for tuition assistance. However each of the Armed Forces determines how to administer their own Tuition Assistance (TA). In addition, each state may offer its National Guard service members state funded education incentives based on state guidelines and eligibility (i.e. TA, waivers, exemptions, student loan repayment, etc.).
You can also visit: military.com