WIA Grant

 

If you have a low income or receive unemployment benefits, you may qualify for WIA Grant.

 

If you are receiving unemployment benefits, go directly to Step 2.

 

 

Income Guidelines for Determination of Financial Aid for Low Income Applicant

# Of Family Members

Total Income for 1 Year

1 $ 11,670
2 $ 15,730
3 $ 21,449
4 $ 26,481

Step 1: Consult the table below to see if you qualify for financial aid.
   

Step 2: Call the nearest IETC office to set up an appointment for an information session.

IETC Locations:

Lake County
   
Waukegan 1 N. Genessee St.
847/249-3450
Grayslake
800 Lancer Ln.
847/543-7400 ext. 280
     
Cook County    
Des Plaines (Cook Co.)
1616 E Golf Rd
847/376-7227
Arlington Heights (Cook Co.)
723 W. Algonquin Rd.
847/981-7400
     
Dupage County    
Lisle 2525 Cabot Dr. #302 630/955-2030
     

West Cook County & South Suburbs

   
Chicago Heights 1010 S Dixie Hwy
708/898-5100
Cicero
2138 South 61 St Ct 708/222-3100
Oak Forest 15900 S Cicero Ave 708/633-2777
     
Chicago    
Southwest Center 7500 S. Pulaski, Bldg 100 773/884-7000
Mid-South Center 4314 S. Cottage Grove 773/538-5627
Polish American Association  3819 N. Cicero 773/282-1122
Northside Center 5060 N Broadway St., Suite 690 773/334-4747
Pilsen Center 1700 W 18th St 312/243-5100
Garfield Center 10 S. Kedzie Ave 773/722-3885

Step 3: Bring the following documents to your appointment:

1. Driver's License
2. White Card or Green Card or proof of citizenship or any proof of your permanent residency in USA
3. Last 3 check stubs (if you apply as low income resident)
4. Proof of unemployment (if you are receiving unemployment benefits)

For more information or for other IETC locations, please contact our main office