Choctaw Nation Adult Vocational Training Assistance - The Choctaw Nation often provides tuition assistance for those who qualify for our welding programs. Please contact the Choctaw Nation offices for more information concerning your attendance at SE Oklahoma School of Welding.
Choctaw Nation WIA/PL Employment Training- The Choctaw Nation often provides tuition assistance for those who qualify for our welding programs. Please contact SEOSW for more information.
Workforce Oklahoma - Workforce Oklahoma will help students acquire funding to train at S.E. Oklahoma School of Welding. Click here to see if you qualify for programs, or visit your local Workforce offices and fill out an application.
http://www.chickasaw.net/services/index_3361.htm#view - The Chickasaw Nation often provides tuition assistance for those who qualify for our welding programs. Please fill out the form Form 572 for the Career Technology and Training Development Grants Application and contact the Chickasaw Nation offices for more information concerning your attendance at Oklahoma School of Welding.
GI Bill® and MyCAA programs are available for eligible veterans, active duty and dependents.
Tuition can be paid thru the Post 9/11 GI Bill® or the Montgomery GI Bill® for eligible military members including active duty, reserves and National Guard members, active duty spouses and dependent children of active duty service members, military retirees, and honorably discharged veterans.
For more information on GI Bill® benefits, please visit the US Department of Veterans Affairs.
The Oklahoma Department of Rehabilitation Services (DRS) expands opportunities for employment, independent life and economic self-sufficiency by helping Oklahoman's with disabilities bridge barriers to success in the workplace, school and at home.
To connect to the DRS office in your area call 800.487.4042 or visit our Office Locator page.
DRS is comprised of five program divisions, Vocational Rehabilitation, Visual Services, Disability Determination, Oklahoma School for the Blind and Oklahoma School for the Deaf. These divisions operate dozens of programs that help Oklahoman's lead more independent and productive lives.