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Applications are available online at
Center for Employment Education Financial Aid
or by calling 800-441-2962
​It is not necessary to fill out the FAFSA application.
CEE does not accept FAFSA or Pell Grants
Center for Employment Education partners with Agencies such as the Department of Labor - Job Centers, Department of Veteran Affairs, Alaska Commission on Postsecondary Education, and Alaska Native and Indian corporations and tribal offices to assist students in applying for financial assistance depending on eligibility.

Here are trusted partner agencies recommended by Center for Employment Education.
Alaska Job Center Network - Career Support & Training
Anchorage Midtown Job Center
(907) 269-4800
Veteran Resource - Job Center
CEE is a recognized and certified training center for Veterans wishing to use their Veteran Education Benefits to pursue vocational training.

U.S. Military Veterans and Reservists may qualify for benefits through the Montgomery and Post 9/11 GI Bill® program.

Qualified veterans must apply with the VA and receive a benefit eligibility letter and provide copies of military educational transcripts before final acceptance into any CEE training programs. Applicants will be responsible for any deposits required to reserve training and may be responsible for full payment of tuition until benefits are confirmed and received.

CEE does not accept Title IV funding under the Institution of Higher Education Act. 
Department of Veteran Affairs
Western Region - VA Regional Office
PO Box 888
Muskogee, OK 74402-8888
(800) 827-10000
Education Benefits
U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs
Education and Training
Apply for Benefits
Alaska Job Centers
Toll free in Alaska
(877) 724-2539
Phil Ayers
Local Veterans Employment Representative (LVER)
(907) 269-6711
ACPE - Alaska Supplemental Education Loan
Alaska Department of Labor & Workforce Development (DOL)
Military Veterans
ACPE website
CEE is a recognized training center throughout Alaska by many Alaska Native & Indian corporations and tribal education offices.
Many of these organizations can provide scholarships for qualified individuals who wish to pursue vocational training.
Alaska Native & Indian Scholarships
CEE does not provide individualized job placement for any student or graduate. However, graduates are provided with information regarding hiring trends, names and addressed of potential employers, a list of potential job websites, and a list of Alaska Job Centers.
CEE does not guarantee employment for students or graduates, nor does it guarantee any wages, salary, or hourly compensation.
Job Placement Assistance
Book and material fees may be required for courses offered by CEE. Students who apply for courses where fees apply will be notified upon acceptance in the class, and the amount due to CEE for that particular class.

All of CEE's policies and guideline including Admissions, Eligibility, Cancellations, Training, and Program courses are outlined in the CEE School Course Catalog. This catalog may be obtained at CEE's offices in Anchorage or Fairbanks, or online at our website.

It is the potential students responsibility to review this catalog prior to and upon admission into any of CEE's training courses.
Student Responsibilities
CEE Course Catalog
Only CEE's 6-Week Basic Driver Training - CDL A qualifies for a loan through the Alaska Commission on Postsecondary Education (ACPE).
GI Bill® is a registered trademark of the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA). 

More information about education benefits offered by VA is available at the official U.S. government website at
VA Approved Training Programs