FINANCING OPTIONS WE OFFER:
There is NO FEDERAL FUNDING for our program. We do have local-level governmental funding and several other amazing financial options listed below!
If your family or relatives set up a 529 fund for you, our school is a qualified trade school. Our school is a great way to use these funds to pay for Tuition, Textbooks, supplies, and even computers. They get a nice state deduction and you get a great start on a new career!
If you or your family is a resident of Ohio you can claim a state tax deduction on contributions of up to $4,000 a year ($4,000 for married couples filing jointly) to Ohio and non-Ohio 529 plans.
Workforce Innovation & Opportunity Act (WIOA)
We are approved providers for the grant given through this amazing program! The grant that this program offers may cover the entire tuition cost or a large part of it! Grant money does not need to be paid back.
We have direct contacts for your county to put you in touch with.
Call or email us for more information or to see if you qualify!
If you are interested in the scholarship opportunities for Lab Technician School, please click here for more details, to see if you are eligible and how to apply! Good luck! The scholarship is a full ride!
MyCAA – Military Spouse Career Advancement Account
Are you a military spouse looking for an education for a great career? Check into the MyCAA scholarship! We are an approved school with all the credentials needed. Contact us for more information or go to MyCAA to begin!
Day in the Life Dental Lab Technician
Dental lab technicians don’t typically work in a dental office, although some may! The typical dental lab technician works in dental laboratories. Here they fabricate restorative, corrective, and therapeutic devices for people’s mouths. These devices may replace a single tooth to an entire arch of the mouth or the entire mouth. It could be a simple cap or crown for an individual’s tooth, a retainer for a child, or even a set of dentures.
The real challenge for a dental lab technician is to try to replicate the tooth are set of teeth exactly as they are in the patient’s mouth. This means all the perfections of the tooth and in some cases the imperfections! Unless of course, the patient is doing some kind of “make-over” and then the lab technician becomes more of an engineer creating an optical illusion with the restoration they are fabricating to best please their patient.