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Author(s):Kirshstein, R., Berger, A., Benatar, E., Rhodes, D
Title:Workforce contingent financial aid: How states link financial aid to employment
Organization:Lumina Foundation for Education
Short Description:This study identified 161 WCFA programs in 43 states.
Annotation:Workforce-contingent financial aid (WCFA) programs provide students with assistance with education expenses, in exchange for work in specified fields or locations. This study identified 161 WCFA programs in 43 states. Types, characteristics, and frequency of WCFA’s are examined in the report.
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Affordability, Tuition and College Costs
Employment and Workforce Development
Financial Aid
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