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Tuition and Financing

Legal Assistant Program Tuition and Fees

* Legal Assistant Program Tuition Includes: textbooks, lab supplies and materials, two uniforms shirts, job placement assistance, Nala Certified Paralegal exam fees, basic notary package, notary bond application and legal software training.

Financing Options

Option Five

There are many opportunities for Grant Funding and Financial Assistance. You may contact your local Workforce Office, Goodwill, YMCA, Vocational Rehab, or Tribe for grants and financial assistance. Altrain Medical & Dental Assisting Academy is proud to offer up to a $2,500 scholarship for those who receive grant funding. Please continue reading for additional information and resources. We are excited to announce our new partnership with Phoenix Indian Center which may assist with funding for American Indian, Alaska Native and Native Hawaiian. For information on the services they provide please review the website at https://phxindcenter.com or call (602) 264-6768. Arizona@Work and Phoenix Workforce Connection. Listed below is information on the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) purpose, qualifications, and contact information. You may review their website at: HERE or contact us at 602.595.7289 for further explanation.

About Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA)

Purpose of WIOA

  • Strengthen and improve our nation’s public workforce system
  • Help get job seekers and workers into high-quality jobs and careers
  • Help employers hire and retain skilled workers

Services

Adult (age 18+) and Dislocated Workers:

  • Job Search and Job Referrals
  • Labor Market Information
  • Résumé Writing Assistance
  • Career Planning
  • Supportive Services (tools, books, and Bus passes)
  • Financial Literacy Services
  • Internships and Work Experiences
  • Training

Youth (ages 14-24)

  • High School Equivalency Diploma Preparation
  • Career Exploration
  • Adult Mentoring
  • Work Experiences and Internships
  • Guidance and Counseling
  • Leadership Development
  • Entrepreneurial Skills  Training
  • Supportive Services (Tools, Books, and Bus Passes)
  • Training

Employers

  • Job posting In State’s Labor Exchange System
  • Participant Referrals to Employer’s Employment Opportunities
  • Pre-screening of Resumes
  • Labor Market Information
  • Job Fairs and Recruitment Events

Who can participate in the Adult and Dislocated Worker Program?

  • Adult over 18 years old, who are able to legally work in the United States.
  • Priority of service is provided to:
    • Veterans and their spouses
    • Persons who are low income or receiving public assistance
    • Persons who need to improve their skills
    • Dislocated Workers, who have been laid off or have received notice of termination.

Who can participate in the Youth Program?

  • Youth, age 14-21, if in-school
  • Youth, age 16-24, if out-of- school

*All youth must have a barrier to employment, e.g. being a homeless youth, a runaway, pregnant or parenting, subject to the juvenile justice or adult system, in foster care, a person with a disability or need additional assistance to find or keep employment, or enter or complete postsecondary education.

For additional information:

Visit the WIOA Resources page for policies and tools on WIOA implementation in Arizona.
Visit your Arizona @ Work Job Center – https://www.arizonaatwork.com/ and; ARIZONA@WORK Office Locations – https://arizonaatwork.com/az-locations/


Resource Name: Arizona @ Work
Phone Numbers:
Glendale: 602.372.4200
Surprise: 602-222-1630
Gilbert: 480.497.0350
Mesa 480.962.7678


Resource Name: Phoenix Workforce Connection
Phone Numbers:
7th Street & Dunlap: 602.861.0208
51st Avenue & Indian School: 623.247.3304
Central and Broadway 602.534.4732