Complete Steps 1 and 2 below:
1. Applicant must submit Professional Development (PD) Profile either online or hard copy with the Career Incentive Grant Application.
● Complete a PD Online Profile.
● Complete a Career Incentive Grant Application that includes a Hard Copy PD Profile.
2. Applicant must complete and mail the Career Incentive Grant Application along with supporting documents.
Note: The CDTC mailing address is on the application
This program reimburses eligible students the cost of their tuition, books, and other required enrollment fees. Career Incentive Grants are available (in priority order) to students who are:
Career Incentive Grants (CIG) are available to reimburse students for their out-of-pocket expenses from enrollment fees, which include registration fees, tuition, health fees and other required student fees. The cost of books is also reimbursable. All expenditures must be verified with original receipts. Reimbursable courses must lead to a Child Development Permit. Physical education and general work experience classes are not eligible for reimbursement. Child Development work experience is reimbursable. A grade of "C" or better or "Credit" is required for each class. Grades must be verified with an original grade card, transcript or letter from the instructor on college letterhead. All course work must be taken at an accredited institution that is accepted by the California Commission on Teacher Credentialing. The deadline to submit 2015-2016 CIG applications will be June 20, 2016.
Reimbursement Limits: Up to $1,500 per year for 4-year college students