MOS was already the gold standard in certification exams. Now we've made it even better.
The money is there
Educators can explore a variety of funding options: the Carl D. Perkins Act; federal and state grants; and non-traditional options.
Act on it: Perkins funding
The Carl D. Perkins Career and Technical Education Improvement Act lives up to its name. This law is designed to increase the quality of career and technical education across the United States. The Perkins Act provides almost $1.3 billion in federal support for career and technical education programs in all 50 States, including support for integrated career pathways programs. Our representative can help you learn more.
Other federal and state funding
Another source of federal funds is the Enhancing Education Through Technology (EETT) program. Also, your state will most likely have programs and grants that you can access. Speak to one of our experts in navigating funding options.
Other non-traditional funding opportunities
The PTA is an ideal organization to help generate funding for MOS certification programs. When parents realize the value MOS brings to students, PTAs move into action and often spearhead fundraising efforts.
Beyond the PTA, individual classes can organize their own bake sales and car washes and seek donations from local businesses.
Many schools partner with a library or workforce services.
Grants and more