Individual Training Grants (ITGs) pay for tuition, registration fees, testing fees, and books for job trainings. ITGs are only available for trainings in certain occupations and at eligible training providers. Find out more about eligible occupations and training providers.
To qualify for an ITG, you must:
Register at a Workforce1 Career Center
ITGs can fund course tuition, registration fees, testing fees, and books, for short-term training (less than 1 year). ITGs cannot fund course for college credit or any training that is not listed as eligible on the NYC Training Guide.
The application process is highly selective. At each step you will receive approval to move forward or referral to other services. Completing an application does not guarantee receipt of an ITG. Selection for participation is based on your eligibility, assessment of your needs, skill level, and your prospects for successfully completing the program and achieving employment in the field.
To apply for an ITG, you must:
Visit a Workforce1 Career Center to find out more and apply.
There are several reasons why individuals are not granted ITGs. Some common reasons include: