Job Relocation and Job Interview Funding
Location: KY, United States Experience Type: ICD Funding Opportunities
Seniors interested in job interview(s) or job relocation funding must submit an application with supporting documentation, as noted below.
If you have met with Mandy Snowden, Career Development Associate, already, please email her inquiring about this grant. f you have not met with Mandy to discuss your career plans, please schedule a 1-1 appointment via Handshake.
Applications can only be obtained from the Career Development Associate.
Types of Grants:
Funding for Job Interview(s)
To receive assistance in paying for expenses related to a job interview(s), you must be interviewing for a full-time, permanent, professional, career-related position. You must provide supporting documentation of the interview, including a copy of the job description, the correspondence with the organization/company describing the details of your interview, and the following information:
job title, name of the company, location, and date/time of interview.
Funding for Job Relocation
To receive assistance in paying for expenses related to relocation for full-time, permanent, professional, career-related position, you must provide supporting documentation that includes a copy of the official correspondence from the hiring organization/company. It must verify the full-time position, the name of the organization/company, the location, and your start date.
$250 in funding is available now for December graduates. Beginning in March 2022, $300 will be available on a first come first serve basis from the Gabbard-Hylton fund to graduates with a full-time, permanent, profession, career-related position. After that fund is depleted, graduates with a full-time offer as describe above OR with acceptance to graduate school can apply for $250 in funding.
Grant Information & Eligibility
To be eligible, students must hold senior classification and be scheduled to graduate during the current academic year. At the request of the donor, students who demonstrate financial need (based on current FAFSA Expected Family Contribution) will be given preference in funding. Each eligible applicant can request up to $500 of support from the Gabbard-Hylton Fund. Requests will be considered on a first-come, first-served basis as long as funding remains. When that grant is spent, eligible students requesting this funding will receive $250 from a different grant.