Mission Statement. Through the most efficient and innovative means available, the Office of Federal and State Grants Administration will assist local constituencies in establishing effective fiscal management for grants including acting as a centralized liaison between Department program functions and key educational stakeholders and providing expert technical assistance and monitoring to. The Ohio Grants Partnership was created by the Ohio Office of Budget and Management to provide support to Ohio’s grant management community. This site is intended to be utilized as a resource for state agencies and subrecipients of the state to access training, best practice resources, funding opportunities, guidance, and links to other beneficial grants information.
Degree-seeking Adult & Continuing Education students may qualify for the Federal Pell Grant, the Ohio College Opportunity Grant, and Federal Student Loans. When will I receive my financial aid award letter? We will mail you an award letter once you are registered and have a completed FAFSA on file. The Adult Diploma Program provides job training and a new pathway for adults to earn a high school diploma AND industry-recognized credentials aligned to one of Ohio’s in-demand jobs. The program is open to adults age 22 and older who live in Ohio and have yet to earn a high school diploma or a certificate of high school equivalency.
"Grant Career Center is a great place to meet new people, make new friends and learn new things you can use in the real world. All the teachers are wonderful and the whole school in all is a great environment to be in.". Aspire Grants FY Competitive Grants The Ohio Department of Higher Education (ODHE) Aspire Adult Workforce Readiness Education program is accepting applications from eligible providers to implement and improve adult education and literacy activities within the state. The Aspire Grant Application is now available.