We can help you find assistance in financing your future. Call 1-800-762-9881 to speak with a qualified advisor or use the Ask a Question tab on this page to contact us by email.
Student Loans – ProTrain has partnered with Climb Credit, a student lending company. See if you qualify. The
online application can be completed in as little as 5 minutes with no impact to your credit. Reach out to Climb Credit directly and mention ProTrain via Live Chat: climbcredit.com/protrain;
Email: email@example.com; or Phone: (888) 510-0533.
U.S. Army Credentialing Assistance Program – allows Soldiers to earn professional and technical credentials by offering programs approved by HRC. This program creates new
opportunities for Soldiers to enhance their skills and professionalism while serving, and increasing their employability upon transitioning from the Army. Exam costs are
included. For more information about the CAP program, click here.
U.S. Air Force Credentialing Opportunity On Line (COOL) Programprovides up to $4,500 in funding to enlisted RegAF, AFRES, and ANG component members
for courses and exams leading to an industry-recognized academic or vocational credential. Senior NCOs (E-7 through E-9) may also be eligible for leadership and management
credentials. This voluntary program allows enlisted airmen to pursue civilian credentials, licenses, and certifications to enhance skills in an area within their
control/duty AFSC. For more information about the AF COOL program, click here.
ProTrain Payment Plan - ProTrain offers several different types of payment plans to assist you in getting on your new or updated career pathway. Click here
to contact a Training Assessment Manager who can assist you with information on the plans and help you get one set up to get your new career started today!
My Career Advancement Account (MyCAA) – military spouse education grant for select military spouses of Active Duty Service Members in certain ranks, and National Guard who are placed on
Title 10 orders. See if you qualify for a MyCAA scholarship.
Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) – funding at state level to help un-employed or displaced workforce get trained in job skills that make them employable in high demand careers that help stimulate that state’s economy.
Veterans Administration (VA) – education funding of various types for Veteran Service members who meet eligibility
Grants – education funding that is usually state directed target certain skill training (i.e. Green, Medical, Legal etc.) – funding may be targeted to economically disadvantaged
Tuition Assistance (TA) – DoD Service education funds that can be approved for certification courses if a Service Member gets that training approved as a part of the personal education plan the Education Service Officer (ESO) approves. Course may have to be part of a plan that leads to a degree.
Vocational Rehabilitation and Employment Program - Sometimes referred to as the Chapter 31 program. This program assists Veterans with service-connected disabilities to prepare for, find, and keep suitable jobs.