Find a training program in your area
Training providers have told us from which regions
students will have a reasonable commute to their campus or
location. Look up your program of study, then enter your zip code
and travel distance preference to find providers near you.
See which programs are eligible to provide you with $$
Look for the Funding Eligible = "Y" column in your program list.
You can easily see whether a program is eligible to give you
financial assistance to take that program. Best of all, programs
are eligible for funding because they lead to an in-demand
job in that area!
Sometimes it isn't obvious what a program is called or to which
career it leads. You can enter a job/career title or a provider
name to see which programs lead to various careers.
All types of training providers
COTrainingProviders.org doesn't just show two-
or four-year college programs. It includes continuing education,
private occupational and technical schools, apprenticeships and
out-of-state online providers.
What if I don't find the program that I want to take?
If you know of a provider that offers a program you want to
take, but don't find it on the list, contact your local workforce center. They can help you get
in touch with the provider so that they will apply to be added.