The Passport to Careers program helps former foster youth and unaccompanied homeless youth prepare for and succeed in college, apprenticeships, or pre-apprenticeship programs.
Through Passport to Careers, eligible students receive a scholarship for up to $1,500 per quarter that assists with the cost of attending college (tuition, fees, books, housing, transportation, and some personal expenses) and support services from college staff.
Were you a dependent of the State of Washington and in foster care on your 18th birthday?
To meet eligibility requirements for a former foster youth, Passport students must:
Are you considered an unaccompanied homeless youth? A young adult who is experiencing homelessness and is not legally dependent on a parent or guardian.
To meet eligibility requirements for an unaccompanied homeless youth, Passport students must:
For more information about Passport apprenticeship opportunities, visit https://wsac.wa.gov/passport/about or reach out to Ariana Muro at email@example.com.
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