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Career Pathways

Visit our Career Services to get one-on-one help with career planning, resume writing, and preparing for interviews.

Free Computer Literacy Class

Transportation & Child Care


Payment Options

Payment Options are available for some Division of Workforce Development courses and programs. Please see the information below to see if you qualify.

Bright Futures Scholarship

The Florida Bright Futures Scholarship Program establishes Florida lottery-funded scholarships to reward Florida high school graduates for high academic achievement." The following programs are eligible for a possible Bright Futures Scholarship:
Currently, the following Division of Workforce programs may qualify for a Bright Futures Scholarship:
  • Applied Cyber Security
  • Commercial Vehicle Driving
  • HVAC
  • Industrial Machinery Maintenance
  • Welding Technology
For more information, go to Bright Futures Scholarship.

Florida Prepaid Plan

Currently, the following Division of Workforce programs qualify for Florida Prepaid:

  • Applied Cyber Security
  • Commercial Vehicle Driving
  • HVAC
  • Industrial Machinery Maintenance
  • Machining
  • Welding Technology

Florida Prepaid Plan

Other Payment Options

a) Employer Reimbursement

A number of employers provide course reimbursement. Please contact your employer's Human Resources department for more information about your company's or organization's reimbursement policy.

b) Self-Pay

A student can pay for his/her course(s) either online using a credit or debit card, or in person at the College Cashier's Office located on the 2nd floor of the Student Union. The Cashier's Office accepts credit or debit cards, money orders, personal checks, and cash. Click here to see an interactive campus map.


There are a number of scholarship opportunities that may also be available to help you cover a portion or all of the cost of your training program. To learn more about these opportunities please click on the links below.

a) Adult Education - GED® Prep Programs

b) All Workforce Development Programs

c) Certified Financial Planner (CFP®)

d) Construction Programs

e)  Sunshine Health - Works Funded Programs

  • Medical Administrative Specialist
  • Home Health Aide
  • Nursing Assistant - Long-Term Care


Tuition Waivers and Exemptions

TCC is able to provide a number of tuition waivers and exemptions to eligible students.  Please make sure you carefully read the requirements and student responsibilities associated with each waiver and exemption. Please note that the “Homeless” waiver and exemption do not apply to the college’s GED® Prep or ESOL programs, but the “Independent Living” waiver and exemption do apply to the GED® Prep or ESOL programs.  Additionally, no waiver or exemption can be used for any TCC Continuing Workforce Education (CWE) courses. For more information click here.

US Department of Education: Federal Financial Aid

Currently, the following Division of Workforce programs qualify for Federal Financial Aid:

  • Applied Cyber Security
  • HVAC
  • Industrial Machinery Maintenance
  • Medical Administrative Specialist
  • Welding Technology

US Department of Education – Student Federal Financial Aid

VA Benefits

VA/GI Benefits can be used for the following Workforce programs:

  • Applied Cyber Security
  • Bookkeeper, Certified
  • Commercial Vehicle Driving
  • HVAC
  • Industrial Machinery Maintenance
  • Medical Administrative Specialist
  • Production Technician, MSSC
  • Surface Mount Technician
  • Welding Technology

Other veteran education assistance programs.

Vocational Rehabilitation

WIOA CareerSource-Capital Region

CareerSource – Capital Region

CareerSource – Capital Region (CSCR) provides funding for the following training programs:

  • Commercial Vehicle Driving
  • GED
  • HVAC
  • Industrial Machinery Maintenance
  • Welding
  • Certified Phlebotomy Technician
  • Introduction to Electrical
  • Introduction to Plumbing
  • Introduction to Carpentry
  • Medical Administrative Specialist



My Career Advancement Account (MyCAA) Scholarship

The My Career Advancement Account (MyCAA) Scholarship program is a Department of Defense-funded workforce development program. It was created to provide up to $4000 in funding to military spouses to pursue educational and career training, including licenses, certifications, national tests, or associate degrees.

  • Explore your potential by earning credentials to enter top career fields from healthcare to computer science to construction and trades.
  • Never feel alone with our Enrollment Representative by your side to help you find the right course, apply for MyCAA funding, and more.  
  • Save additional funds on your certification exam—most fees are covered when you enroll in your course.  
  • Achieve success with your Student Advisor dedicated to guiding you through every step in your course journey and job search.

The scholarship covers tuition costs for education and training courses and examinations leading to an associate degree, costs for obtaining a license, certificate, or certification, and tests and preparatory courses of study that lead to a recognized professional, state, regional, or national occupational license or certification. The MyCAA Scholarship does not cover housing or travel costs. It also does not pay for books, equipment, supplies, uniforms, computers, or electronic devices of any kind.

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MyCAA Eligibility Requirements

  • To qualify for this program, you must be the spouse of an active-duty Army, Navy, Air Force, Marine, National Guard, or Reserve member.
  •  You must also be married to service members in pay grades E-1 to E-5, W-1 to W-2, or O-1 to O-2.
  • You may also qualify if your spouse is a National Guard or AGR Member on federal Title 10 active-duty orders.

See if you qualify

Popular MyCAA-Approved Courses

  • Graphic Design with PhotoShop
  • Marketing Design 
  • Business Coach
  • Accounts Payable Specialist with Microsoft Excel 2019 and more! Click Learn More to view more information

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