ANGOLA, IN - Indiana residents seeking free or low-cost training through the state's Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act now have the option to complete Trine University online degree programs in in-demand areas such as business, information systems, manufacturing technology and healthcare.
Through an agreement with WorkOne and INTraining, eligible Hoosiers can receive state funding to complete associate degrees in business administration, information systems or manufacturing technology; or bachelor's degrees in accounting, human resource management, information systems, manufacturing technology, psychology or healthcare administration.
The programs are offered through TrineOnline, providing the convenience of online delivery, 24/7/365 academic support and career-ready skills.
The university plans to add more programs in areas such as health sciences in the future.
Those interested in obtaining funding for TrineOnline degree programs can apply by going to indianacareerready.com or visiting their local WorkOne, and filling out the form for free job training. Applicants must be Indiana residents, have a high school diploma or equivalent but less than a college degree, and be eligible for state financial aid.
Companies interested in learning about partnership opportunities can contact Julie Zollinger, director of corporate partnerships at Trine University, at (260) 702-8005 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
For more information about TrineOnline degree programs, visit trine.edu/online.
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