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|TASSCC Training Grants|
In 2003, the TASSCC Board established the TASSCC Training Grants Fund. The fund was established in honor of Carolyn Purcell, the former Executive Director of the Department of Information Resources who was a fervent advocate for state IT employees throughout her career.
Consistent with TASSCC's mission to advance education and networking among Texas public sector IT professionals, the fund has awarded over $160,000 in grants to public sector IT professionals.
Training Grants will be considered on a case by case basis. We encourage you to submit an application.
Who is eligible to apply?
In addition to TASSCC events, TASSCC will provide grants for selected DIR, LBJ School, SAO and UT Software Quality Institute (SQI) courses. Training Grant information will be included in announcements for these classes.
Individuals may also apply for grants for instructor-led private sector IT classes including product-specific certification classes.
What is the maximum grant amount?
During each fiscal year (Sept 1 - Aug 31) training grants are limited to:
For TASSCC events, the following limits apply:
What courses or events are covered by this program?
Training Grants are available for an IT-related course or conference. The content delivery may be face-to-face, online, or computer-based.
What expenses are covered by the training grant?
Funding is for training only. Travel and personal expenses related to the training are not included.
How do I apply?
When are the applications reviewed?
How will I be notified about the status of my application?
Once the Board has taken action on an application, the applicant will be notified of the decision via e-mail.
How do I get reimbursed?
For additional information or questions regarding TASSCC Training Grants please email email@example.com.
TASSCC also provides grants for selected Department of Information Resources (DIR), LBJ School, State Auditor’s Office (SAO) and UT Software Quality Institute (SQI) courses. Grant information is included in announcements for these classes if applicable. Information about DIR and SQI courses may be found at http://www.dir.state.tx.us/education/ and www.softwarequality.org respectively. In addition, grants are available on a limited basis for the TASSCC Annual Conference and other TASSCC-sponsored events. Details about these grant opportunities are included in the specific conference announcements.