Senate Bill 65 is a bipartisan bill with lead bipartisan sponsorship from Senator Brian Pettyjohn and Representative Bill Bush that establishes the Focus on Alternative Skills Training Program (“FAST”). FAST will provide tuition, up to $9,000, to Delaware residents who have graduated high school or have received their GED so that they can attend a non-degree credit certificate program. The Workforce Development Board will create a list of non-degree credit certificate programs approved for the FAST program. This will help Delawareans complete training programs in a skilled field that does not require a college degree, like a skilled trade such as electrician, plumbers, etc.
This bill should pass quickly and unanimously.
|Senate Bill 65 Sponsors||Yes Vote||No Vote|
|Pettyjohn, Hocker, WIlson, Mantzavinos, Paradee, Sokola|
|Bush, Bennett, Brady, Shupe, Briggs King, Dukes, D.Short, M.Smith, Spiegelman, Yearick|
|Current Status — Senate Labor 2/26/21|
Cool…that almost the same as Del Tech tuition for 2 years…I wonder where all the cash will go?