With the passing of the Families First Prevention Services Act, changes to ETV eligibility went into effect on October 1, 2018. Students are now be able to access ETV until their 26th birthday, however, will only be able access ETV for 5 fiscal years.
Michigan Education and Training Voucher
Begin Your Application On-Line!
Now the ETV application is even easier! There are two ways to begin the ETV application process. You can complete some of the paperwork online and then simply print them out and mail them in, or you can download paper copies, print them, and complete them by hand. Either way, beginning your ETV application can be just moments way.
What are Education and Training Vouchers?
With the enactment of the Safe and Stable Families Act, H.R. 2873 - 10 section 201, the Federal Government has recently provided allocations to states. These vouchers may be provided to eligible youth to help fund their post-secondary educational and training endeavors. Funds from this source are called Education and Training Vouchers (ETV).
Youth eligible for this funding opportunity must meet Michigan's Youth in Transition (YIT) fund eligibility requirements. Youth who were adopted on or after their 16th birthday are also eligible. Funds from this source are available to youth until their 26th birthday as long as all eligibility requirements continue to be met, for up to 5 fiscal years.