The Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA), which provides funding for local workforce programs, is partnering with the city of St. Louis to help people get employed. Both organizations have funded training for various highly in-demand jobs in the city ranging from healthcare to IT to construction.
According to a local news outlet, "You'd train with one of six providers in the health care program: St. Louis College of Health Careers, Daruby School, Applied Technology Services/Special School District, Bell-Brown Medical Institute, Aspire Healthcare Solutions and St. Louis Community College." If accepted you can earn up to $7,000 to cover any tuition or training expenses.
The programs are now accepting applications for those 17 years of age or older. For more info on the job training programs and how to apply please visit here.