Federal Grant Funding and QuickStart

In 2014, the Workforce Innovation Opportunity Act, or WIOA, was signed into law, aiming to make a stronger national workforce. WIOA helps people access training, education and support services so that they can fill important jobs in their communities. WIOA provides funding for employment-based training.

For 35 years, QuickStart has offered award-winning IT training courses with their unique learning methodology and their AI cognitive-learning platform, CLIPP. QS Learn and CLIPP gives you a unique bootcamp experience that best fits your learning needs and career goals.

Who Are Federally-Funded Workforce Programs For

Designed to help job seekers access training, education, support services, and employment opportunities, a WIOA training fund pays for employment-based training.

Grants may cover up to 100% of your training program cost, so you can best prepare for a competitive job market.

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Our Programs

Programs may vary based upon grant funding available in your location. To confirm eligibility and your program of choice, meet with an expert admissions advisor.

24 Weeks

Next Cohort:
  • Instructor-led sessions 2x weekly
  • Hands-on labs
  • Capstone projects
  • Peer collaboration
  • Dedicated certification preparation
  • 20-25 hour weekly commitment
  • Career services
  • Annual course access

Cybersecurity

Master the fundamentals of cybersecurity to launch a dynamic career, with course training in hardware, operating systems, networking, programming in Python, penetration testing and more.


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24 Weeks

  • Instructor-led sessions 2x weekly
  • Hands-on labs
  • Capstone projects
  • Peer collaboration
  • Dedicated certification preparation
  • 20-25 hour weekly commitment
  • Career services
  • Annual course access

Cloud Engineering

Designed in collaboration with industry experts, hiring managers, and cloud engineers, our curriculum offers you training in the latest tools, including operating systems, cloud computing, networking and more.


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28 Weeks

Next Cohort:
  • Instructor-led sessions 2x weekly
  • Hands-on labs
  • Capstone projects
  • Peer collaboration
  • Dedicated certification preparation
  • 20-25 hour weekly commitment
  • Career services
  • Annual course access

Data Science & Analytics

Through this online bootcamp, students will master tools required to manipulate and interpret data, including Transact-SQL, Excel, PowerBI, data visualization, Python, and NumPy, Matplotlib, Seaborn and Pandas.


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How to Apply for Funding and Enroll in Workforce Programs

Want to find out if you’re eligible? Talk with one of our admissions advisors today! We can help guide you through the process and get you on your way to low-cost education.

Technology Partners and Products

QuickStart delivers high-quality IT training through partnerships with top industry organizations. By collaborating with our technology partners, we can design IT training built around the leading-edge tools online learners need to succeed in the field.

 

Federal Grant-Funded Student FAQs

How is QuickStart able to offer low-cost training programs?

The federal government offers training programs through the Workplace Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA), designed to help job seekers and displaced workers find employment.

Schedule a call on this page to speak with one of our workforce program advisors.

It varies depending on the program, but Federal WIOA programs may cover the entire cost. Schedule a call to learn more.

You learn necessary skills, technologies, and proficiencies that prepare you for a competitive job market. You can also get your training federally funded with the WIOA grant.

Contact us for a private conversation about your WIOA options.

Students must be 18 years of age or older at the time of enrollment, must present a valid ID for verification, and must present evidence of completing high school or GED.

All online bootcamp programs are designed to accommodate students with varying levels of expertise, but certain prerequisites should be satisfied in order to ensure a smoother learning experience. Students should possess a fundamental understanding of basic computer operations, such as file management, software installation, and system navigation.

  • File Management: Ability to create, rename, move, and delete files and folders.
  • Software Installation: Proficiency in installing and uninstalling software is essential. This includes understanding the process of downloading software, running installation wizards, and managing software updates.
  • System Navigation: Ability to navigate the operating system interface with ease.
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