Financial
Assistance

Financial Assistance

Need Help Paying for Tuition?

School of EMS takes pride in working with individuals, EMS agencies, Fire Departments and Other industry employers on creating a payment model that is fair and reasonable  We have several options available to meet your needs

Registered Apprenticeship Program

** Hours depicted in the registered apprenticeship program are for Department of Labor approved apprenticeship students only and are not entirely indicative of the curriculum based field and clinical hours required for course completion**
The Paramedic Apprenticeship Program is a combination of PAID On-the-Job Training (OJT), online or classroom education, and clinical training. Tuition costs are supported by financial aid. Wages are paid for the OJT and clinical hours making this an “Earn as you Learn” program. Wages increase throughout the program as skills are obtained.

The School of EMS sets up work/study employment arrangements with EMS employers for students close to their home or in locations agreeable to students. These employers have intentions of continuing to provide employment upon completion of the program. Students already working with an EMS company, fire department or hospital may be able to complete their work/study with their current employer. Apprentices may receive financial aid that is not available to non-apprenticeship students.

The School of EMS’ Paramedic Registered Apprenticeship Program allows for tuition assistance set aside for apprenticeship participants. These funds include:

  • Everyone (based upon eligibility)*
  • Individual Training Accounts (ITAs) – Funds that have been specifically allocated to assist individuals pay for tuition of an apprenticeship program. Amount determined based upon individual needs
  • Grants – Availability is continually changing. Compass Military Services researches for appropriate sources for you.

Veterans

GI-Bill – Eligible veterans receive monthly stipends while in apprenticeship program. Stipends are equal to Monthly Housing Allowance (MHA). Also receive financial aid for books, supplies, and certification testing.

Individual Training Accounts (ITAs) – Funds that have been specifically allocated to assist individuals pay for tuition of an apprenticeship program. Amount determined based upon individual needs. Veterans are eligible as displaced workers.

Vocational Rehabilitation Funding – Based upon disability rating. * ITA eligibility (any may be applicable)

Payment Plan

We do have a payment plan option that requires a deposit up front and monthly payments due every month until the end of the course. Call our Enrollment Coordinator today for more information 888-390-5081.

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