Training and Education Assistance
Upgrading your skills can lead to the right job.
For many career seekers, finding the right job right now is the logical way to go. But if you are uncertain which job is right for you, or if you lack necessary credentials/experience, training may be what’s needed to help reach your career goals.
Financial aid may be available to eligible candidates through the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) of 2014.
We are accepting scholarship applications for the career training programs on our Targeted Occupation List:
Information on eLEarning and online Webinars:
To begin the eligibility determination process, please complete the three-step Career Success Plan.
STEP 1 – Application
Download the CareerSource Services Application, complete the form, and save the application to your computer.
STEP 2 – Orientation
Watch the “Orientation to Reemployment Services” Webinar for an introduction to our job-search and reemployment services. (Requires Adobe Flash Player Plugin)
STEP 3 – Registration
You must complete the full registration with Employ Florida before you can meet with a Career Coach.
For detailed instructions on how to fully register at Employ Florida, please download this step-by-step guide on how to register.
Once you are ready to register at Employ Florida, click here to be directed to the Employ Florida website to complete your registration.
STEP 4 – Submit Your Application
Once you have completed the above steps and registered with Employ Florida, email your application to:
To ensure your application is received by an online services support technician, please include in the subject line:
“Career Success Plan Application”
An online services support technician will review your Career Success Plan activities and forward your application to a Career Coach if all your activities are complete.
NOTE: Within the body of the email, please specify if you live in Citrus, Levy or Marion county.
Additional information about scholarships, Pell Grants and student loans for other training programs is available through the Free Application for Student Aid (FAFSA). Visit FAFSA to apply for assistance.