- Earn While You Learn (CMH)
- Federal Work Study Program
- Missouri Job Center
- Veterans Assistance
Earn While You Learn (CMH)
- hospital – med surg, ICU, telemetry, ED, OR, birthplace, geriatric psychiatric unit, and cardiac catheterization lab
- clinics – rural health and specialty clinics
- long-term care facilities
- home health and hospice
- ambulatory surgery center – perioperative nursing and endoscopy.
- You must have satisfactorily finished the first semester of your nursing program
- Complete the application on the CMH career posting page
- Complete an interview with CMH. Depending on the available spots, the students are then selected based on interview and instructor feedback.
Each semester will have a different deadline:
- For BTC PN students, the apprentices will be selected in 2nd semester.
- For RN students, the apprentices will be selected in 3rd semester.
Federal Work Study Program
The Federal Work Study Program provides jobs for eligible students who must earn funds to pay a portion of their educational expenses. Students must be PELL eligible and enrolled for a least half time to qualify. The number of hours a student may work is based on the financial need demonstrated by the student, the number of hours it is possible for the student to work, and availability of FWS funds at the institution. Students must apply for a position according to college guidelines to be considered for Work Study.
Do I have to repay? No.
Classification : Federal Work Study Grant
Missouri Job Center
Training assistance may be available to those who are unemployed or underemployed, seeking employment in high-growth occupations or seeking employment in high-demand occupations.
Assistance is also available for eligible individuals to complete formal educational programs. Examples of formal educational programs include: basic math and reading, GED or high school equivalency preparation, English as a Second Language, training for industry-recognized credentials, or an associate or bachelor’s degree.
For more information, visit your local job center.
Students who are or may be eligible for educational benefits from the U.S. Department of Veteran Affairs are required to notify the financial aid office to complete the enrollment process. Each benefit is unique and requires program specific paperwork to be completed in a timely manner to facilitate processing a claim. Additionally, Veterans programs vary extensively in terms of compensation, dependent upon such factors as time in service and rate of progression through a program.
To begin the process of applying for GI Bill benefits, visit http://www.gibill.va.gov and click on “Apply for GI Bill Benefits” completing the correct form. Prospective students are urged to contact their local Military Education Officer to discuss benefit options. BTC is committed to assisting veterans in every possible way so as to take full advantage of the benefits earned while in service to our country.
Post-9/11 Bill students are now required to verify that they have remained enrolled in the same courses or training every month. Enrollment verification can be done here. If you have questions about verification, visit the FAQ page here.
Do I have to repay? No.
Classification : Federal Veterans Assistance