The Manhattan Institute, which has been training students for Allied Nurse and Medical careers for over 20 years, have announced that they are now offering Financial Aid for qualified students.
The Manhattan Institute's 900 hours Medical Assistant Program specifically now qualifies for providing financial aid.
During the training students learn both clinical and administrative skills. At the end of the program you receive a 300 hour hands on externship, in an actual health care faculty.
Most of the Manhattan Institute's Medical Assistant programs were previously too short, however they have launched their 900 hour course specifically so their students can have access to the benefits of student aid to help pay for there program. That's why they decided to participate in Federal Student Financial Aid Program.
The Federal Government has established the Department of Education, who is responsible for establishing policies pertaining to rewarding financial aid to qualified students. Students may qualify for Grants and loans, to help pay for their education.
A grant is money that does not have to be paid back. Grants are determined by financial need. Qualified students can also obtain loans, to help pay for there education. Loans have to be paid back.
To find out if you qualify for aid, you will need to go to The Department of Educations web site www.fafsa.ed.gov. You will need to have a pin number if you do not already have one. Obtaining a pin number is easy by going to www.pin.ed.gov. The school code for the Manhattan Institute is 041660, you will need this code when applying to the web site.
The Manhattan Institute has a Financial Aid director on staff, who can help you with the process of obtaining financial aid. Not all students qualify for financial aid, that is why it is best to talk with us.
To find out more about their Medical Assistant Program and financial aid, you can visit www.ManhattanInstitute.com.