The Indiana Education and Training Voucher Program (ETV) was established to help young people in
ETV funds, which are available until recipients turn 23, can be used to cover tuition and fees, textbooks and school supplies, tutoring, housing, living expenses, technology and laptop packages, student loan payments, transportation costs, medical expenses, and child care.
Eligible students can be awarded up to $5,000 each academic year as long as they apply and receive ETV funds by their 21st birthday.
How to qualify for Indiana ETV
- Foster care will end on and after youth’s 18th birthday
- Youth is in foster care at age 17 and is not enrolled in high school, but has earned a GED or Vocational Certificate or has completed state requirements and has a high school diploma. In any case, youth plans to remain in foster care until age 17.
- Youth left foster care after 18th birthday due to adoption or placement in a kinship guardianship.
- Be a US citizen or qualified non-citizen
- Have personal assets (like a bank account, car, home, etc.) worth less than $10,000
- Be accepted into or enrolled in a degree, certificate, or other accredited program and show they are making satisfactory academic progress