Financial assistance

We provide advanced training to students that want to take charge of their future. We are here to assist you in obtaining any and all free money that you may qualify for. 

Please contact us at 660-258-9353 to talk to a representative that can assist you in securing the necessary funding.

Grants and Scholarships

  • Veteran's Benefits (including Montgomery G.I. Bill)- Call us (660) 258-9353 for more information or contact your Veteran's Affairs office! ​

  • Vocational Rehabilitation- VR funding may be available for individuals with disabilities who qualify. For more information:

  • WIOA- Covers a portion of tuition for people with disabilities and other qualifying factors. 1-866-606-0251. For more information:

  • UMOS, Inc. – WIOA 167 - National Farmworker Jobs Program – tuition assistance (amount varies), stipend, gas vouchers, lodging assistance, food vouchers, books/supplies assistance for eligible farmwork within the past 24 months and meets low income requirements. Please contact Mary Kay Merling at our Lexington Office at 816-714-4333,

  • GAMM- Northeast Missouri students only. Qualify in accordance with GAMM requirements. 

  • SkillUP-  Provides scholarships for short-term training, child care during training and employment assistance.

  • Mike Rowe Works Foundation- Visit this link to find information

  • National FFA scholarship program- Visit the FFA scholarship website to inquire about their many different scholarship opportunities.

  • Missouri Farm Bureau scholarship- scholarships awarded annually to students pursuing a degree or appropriate certification in fields related to and supportive of agriculture. All applicants or their parents or guardians must hold an active Missouri Farm Bureau membership, must be enrolled as a full time student.

  • HS Honor Roll/A+ - $1,000 scholarship for being placed on your HS Honor Roll or achieving an A+ certification. 

  • Military Discount- $1,000 discount if the student or student's parent served in the U.S. Military. 

*We are unable to accept federal funding i.e. FAFSA/SallieMae etc. at this time.