What鈥檚 standing between you and your career goals?
Hemophilia Federation of America is awarding Job Readiness Grants to help the bleeding disorders community pay for technical training and certification to support their career goals. Whether you want to secure a better paying position, find a new job that鈥檚 easier on joints or transition to the career you鈥檝e dreamed of, gaining a technical skill or certification may set you apart from other applicants.
The grant may be used to cover the cost of technical training or certification up to $500 for a person with a bleeding disorder between the ages of 18 and 64.
Job Readiness Grants could be used to support the applicant鈥檚 career goals, such as the careers in the sustainable fields of database management, graphic design, medical coding and more. See examples here and here.
About this Grant
- Applicant must be a person with a bleeding disorder between the ages of 18 to 64 seeking training and certification to aid in securing sustainable employment.
- Applicant must complete the Career Planning courses in HFA鈥檚 Learning Central by April 15 to be considered. Please register in Learning Central using the same name and email provided in your Job Readiness Grant application.
Deadline to apply is April 15, 2021
Recipients will be notified in early June, and grants will be distributed by June 30.
For assistance, contact聽helpinghands@hemophiliafed.org聽with the subject “Job Readiness Grant”.
Job Readiness grants are part of the Helping Forward program.聽Visit聽Helping Forward聽for additional resources on employment and financial planning for the bleeding disorders community.