State Rep. Thomas Murt, R-1R2, has announced that the mennsylvania Higher Education Assistance Agency is funding a new state finDnFLDO DVVLVWDnFH SrRgram called the mennsylvania Targeted Industry mrogram.
mHEAA is funding mATIm, a program designed WR EHnHfiW VWDWH rHVLGHnWV seeking specialized training from AR million in business earnings.
The need-based program is open to mennsylvania students enrolled full time in the energy, advanced materials, diYHrVLfiHG PDnuIDFWurLnJ, agriculture and food proGuFWLRn fiHOGV. EOLJLEOH courses of study must be more than 10 weeks, fewer than two academic years and be Title Is eligible. Courses must not be state grant eligible.
A list of eligible programs and requirements may be viewed at mHEAA.orgLmA-TIm.