Financial Assistance for CNA Classes

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Covenant CNA School does not offers traditional forms of financial aid such as the student loans,  Pell Grant or Hope Scholarship for our CNA classes. Students initially pay a deposit, which is part of the total tuition. Then we work out a weekly payment schedule for the rest of the tuition.  There are, however, a few programs available through non-profit and government organizations for CNA training.

Workforce Innovation & Opportunity Act (WIOA)

The  Workforce Innovation & Opportunity Act is a federal grant that  covers training expenses for individuals who have been laid off from  employment, or whose household income is at or below the federal poverty  level. To apply for the WIOA grant, contact the One-Stop Workforce  Center for the county in which you reside, or the county where you  worked when you were laid off from employment.

The  WIOA application process takes several weeks, so please do not delay in  getting started. Once WIOA grant approval is awarded by the One-Stop To  Find Out More About WIOA Click Here

Westside Works

Certified Nursing Assistant 

Managed  by The Center for Working Families, Inc., students participate in a  three-week course that includes digital literacy and a 4 week CNA class. 

To register for the CNA Program please visit  and call 404-458-6413  for more information.

MYCAA- Military Spouse Career Advancement Account

MyCAA  - Military Spouse Career Advancement Account The Department of Defense  has a new financial assistance program that offers up to $4,000 to  military spouses who  are  interested  in  pursuing  continuing   education  (including  certificate  and  online  courses), degree  programs, licenses, or credentials leading to careers in high growth,  high demand, and portable career fields. Spouses of active duty and  activated National Guard and Reserve Service members are  eligible for MyCAA.

Military  spouses  who  are  military   members themselves  are  not  eligible  for  MyCAA,  but  may  be   eligible  for military education benefits.

To get started, visit  create a MyCAA Account

Once  a profile is created, the Department  of  Defense  will  provide   notification  of  eligibility  status  through  the  MyCAA  messaging   system.

Be  sure  to  select  Covenant  CNA  School  when  you  apply  on  the  AI  Portal.

For  assistance,  contact  a  Military One Source Career Consultant at 1-800-342-9647.

Employer Education Vouchers

Employer  educational or tuition vouchers can be used to pay for enrollment. The  voucher must clearly state the student’s name, the employer’s name and  address, the class(es) to enroll the student in, and the total amount  approved. Course enrollment will be made once the voucher is received.  

Covenant CNA School will then invoice the employer for payment. If you have ever been convicted of a Felony or certain Misdemeanors, you  may be ineligible for programs. Inquire with our Admission Advisor for  more information. When  registering  for  Certified  Nursing  Assistant   program  bring  your Social  Security  Card  and Driver's  License/State  issued ID.