Who can apply for funding?
Alberta Human Services makes grant funding available for eligible Albertans seeking the quickest entry into long-term, meaningful, sustainable employment.
What Mount Royal programs are funding eligible?
Alberta Works funding is available for full-time students in the following programs:
English as a Second Language Programs
The Language Institute offers English Foundations (EF), English for Academic Purposes (EAP) and English for Advanced Communication (EAC) programs
Transitional Vocational Program
The Transitional Vocational Program (TVP) offers training to adults with developmental disabilities
Aboriginal Education Program
The Aboriginal Education Program (AEP) is a College/University preparation program for students of Aboriginal ancestry
Part-time bursaries Part-time bursaries are also available for academic upgrading courses needed for entry into employment, certificates, diplomas or advanced degrees
You will need to meet with a Skills Investment Program Advisor to further discuss your:
Meeting the above eligibility requirements does not guarantee a funded seat in a Mount Royal program.
Mount Royal has a limited number of funded seats available. Make certain you apply early.
If you do not meet the above eligibility requirements for funding at this time, visit the Alberta Human Services Career and Employment page to explore other options.
If you have any questions about applying, qualifying and receiving funding through the Skills Investment Program at Mount Royal, contact the Skills Investment Program office.
Funding provided by Alberta Human Services