So you’re already interested in attending Tulsa Welding School, but you’re wondering if you can pay for it? Don’t worry, there are various scholarships and grants you can get that can make paying for TWS’s welding training programs easier.
American Welding Society Scholarships
One the first places to check for a welding scholarship is the American Welding Society’s district scholarship program. By simply filling out a form, a welding student can be eligible to receive a scholarship through this fund that will cover tuition, books, supplies, and other school related costs. To apply for this scholarship, you should be enrolled in a welding program in the United States and have a high school diploma or GED. Remember that unlike a grant, a scholarship is awarded independently of financial need. This means that you can pursue a welding scholarship that will put school in reach regardless of your current occupation and income.
Federal Welding Training Tuition Assistance
There are also many Federal grants and loans for which you may qualify. Examples of grants you can get from the Federal Government include a Pell Grant or a SEOG Grant. The amount of the grant depends on a number of factors including financial need and which welding training program you are taking. Grants do not have to be paid back, but loans do. Loans are available from the Federal Government in two varieties: Subsidized and Unsubsidized. Subsidized loans are based on financial need and do not accrue interest until after you complete your welding courses. Unsubsidized loans are not based on financial need, but accrue interest during the time when you’re taking welding courses.
Contact Tulsa Welding School Today for More Program Information!
With the help that’s available, you shouldn’t let finances get in the way of your pursuit of a welding career. There are other welding scholarships and student loans for vocational schools available for those who want to pursue welding training, you just have to get out there and find them. If you’d like more information about Tulsa Welding School and the welding programs we provide, please contact us by phone or e-mail today! Tulsa Welding School has locations in Tulsa, OK, and Jacksonville, FL, but we welcome students from all states. We have representatives in the Southern and Central United States, so if you’re anywhere from New Mexico to Iowa to Georgia, you should contact the Tulsa Welding School representative in your area to see if our welding courses are what you’re looking for!
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