Job Training & Tuition Assistance

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  • Back2Work: Arlington County residents who are unemployed due to the COVID-19 Pandemic by providing them with a variety of employment, training, and support services. This program serves Arlington residents, 18 and older, who are either low-income, limited-skills, long-term unemployed, or undocumented residents who were laid-off from the region’s retail, hospitality, administrative, and other industries negatively impacted by COVID-19 may apply. To find out more, click here.
  • Child Development Associate (CDA) Program: An Early Childhood Education Professional is one of the fastest growing in-demand occupations. The Arlington Employment Center’s Child Development Associate Training Program (CDA) includes classroom instruction, work experience, professional portfolio development and preparation for credentialing exam.

  • Disability Employment Services: Ticket to Work/Disability Employment Services help people with disability find work and keep a job.   

  • The Northern Virginia Senior Community Services Employment Program: SCSEP works with local and national partners to give older adults tools and information to stay healthy and secure. SCSEP places mature workers in temporary paid community service training to prepare them for permanent employment outside the program.

  • SNAP Employment & Training: The SNAP Employment and Training (SNAPET) is a voluntary program designed to assist SNAP participants with barriers to employment.

  • VIEW Program: The VIEW Program provides employment related services to eligible residents who are receiving Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) benefits from Virginia Department of Social Services.       

  • WIOA Adult Training: The Adult Program serves people who are 18 years and older, are legally entitled to work in the United States and have met selective service registration requirements.

  • WIOA Dislocated Worker: The Workforce Innovation Opportunity Act (WIOA) Dislocated Worker Program is intended for workers who lost jobs due to plant closures, company downsizing, or some other significant change in market conditions.          

  • Youth Services: The Youth Program serves people who are 14 through 24 years and older, are legally entitled to work in the United States and have met selective service registration requirements. 

To learn more about these programs and to apply, call (703) 228-1400 or request an appointment.