No Worker Left Behind
UM-Flint welcomes No Worker Left Behind learners! While many think of No Worker Left Behind as a program for the unemployed, it can also be used for individuals who want to transition to a high-demand occupation, such as health care or information technology. No Worker Left Behind provides up to $5,000 a year for each of two years ($10,000 total) to be used toward tuition, books and fees.
Nearly all of UM-Flint's programs qualify for the program and are listed on the State's Web site at http://www.mycareereducation.org/. If you don't see what you're looking for, let us know! (Contact Krista Heiser at 810-762-3201.)
Who qualifies for No Worker Left Behind?
- Individuals who are unemployed
- Individuals who have received a termination or layoff notice
- Individuals who are employed but whose family income is less than $40,000 per year
What are the steps for completing MichiganWorks! agreements for a UM-Flint program? Click here for a step-by-step diagram.
Contact your local Michigan Works! Service Center.