Americans with more education and training have more secure jobs and higher earnings. With jobs hard to find, it may be a good time to consider going back to school.
The President recently announced that unemployed workers receiving unemployment benefits may qualify for a special hand in paying for education and training. And aid can be significant: In particular, the Federal Pell Grant program can provide up to $5,350 for educational costs at community colleges, colleges and universities, and many trade and technical schools. This is only one example of several federal student aid programs available to assist unemployed workers.
Applying for financial aid and finding education and training are not difficult.
To find out what type of financial assistance New Educational Opportunities for Unemployed Workers may offer, please visit their website at: http://federalstudentaid.ed.gov/opportunity/index.html