FLAGLER TECHINCAL INSTITUTE FINANCIAL AID RESOURCE GUIDE
What is FAFSA?
FAFSA stands for Free Application for Federal Student Aid. Not only is it important to complete the FAFSA for the purposes of applying for Federal Aid for “Pell Approved” programs, but it can also be a factor in scholarship application as well.
How do I apply for Federal Aid through FAFSA?
You can apply for Federal Aid through FAFSA by going to www.fafsa.ed.gov and filling out all relevant academic years (if you are unsure of what academic years to apply for, please contact FTI and ask to speak to our Financial Aid Specialist). When prompted, use the school code 041583 so FTI can gain access to your FAFSA results.
Flagler Technical Institute Scholarship
What is the FTI Scholarship?
The FTI (Flagler Technical Institute) Scholarship is a scholarship fund dedicated to helping local students be successful through local career education. The scholarship is funded by proceeds generated from the Flagler County Home & Lifestyle Show as well as charitable contributions. The FTI Scholarship, if received, can cover up to half of a qualifying student’s tuition/materials expenses based on board approval.
How do I apply for the FTI Scholarship?
The FTI Scholarship application can be downloaded directly here FTI Scholarship. You can also request a copy of the application from our Admissions & Registration team. Please read all rules and instructions carefully. Only fully completed applications will be accepted for review.
NOTE: A factor in the review process for the FTI Scholarship is eligibility for Federal Aid, so you MUST complete at FAFSA prior to applying.
Northeast Florida Community Action Agency
What is NFCAA?
NFCAA is a great community resource that is “…dedicated to establishing mutually beneficial partnerships that connect families to available resources, stabilize vulnerable households, and promote healthy families and communities… NFCAA has demonstrated effectiveness in producing outcomes in the lives of low-income people and the communities in which they live.” Part of their program to promote self-sustainability involves career education, and they help with funding FTI career and adult education students who qualify for their program.
How do I apply for NFCAA’s program?
NFCAA is an independent area resource that can be contacted via:
FLAGLER COUNTY OFFICE
4750 East Moody Blvd, Bunnell, FL 32110
Phone: (386) 313-2506 (reference interest in attending a program with FTI)
CareerSource Flagler/Volusia County
What is CareerSource?
CareerSource provides recruitment-related services, human resource information and training opportunities to businesses and job seekers in our community. CareerSource offers a scholarship for individuals looking to learn marketable skills to fuel Florida’s economy to qualified candidates.
How do I apply for CareerSource funding and benefits?
CareerSource is an independent area resource that can be contacted via:
Daytona Beach Center
Speedway Business Plaza
359 Bill France Blvd
Daytona Beach, FL. 32114
Phone: (386) 323-7001
Palm Coast Center
20 Airport Road, Suite E
Palm Coast, FL. 32164
Phone: (386) 586-5169
Veteran’s Affairs of Flagler/Volusia County
Resource to contact regarding a wide range of benefits that US Military Veterans may be eligible for through the VA.
Flagler County Veterans Services
1769 E. Moody Blvd., Building 2, Suite 108
Phone: (386) 313-4014
Volusia County Veterans Services
250 N Beach St # 102, Daytona Beach, FL 32114
Phone: (386) 254-4646
The Division of Vocational Rehabilitation’s mission is “To help people with disabilities find and maintain employment and enhance their independence”.
Daytona Beach Unit 11A
210 N. Palmetto Ave., Suite 144
Daytona Beach, FL 32114
Phone: (386) 615-6111
Other Scholarships & Grants:
There are many scholarships and grants out there that you can research and apply for independently. We encourage exploration of these resources to see what could potentially help with funding your educational endeavors. Listed below are a few resources to explore: