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Funding TAA

Trade Adjustment Act (TAA)

Under the TAA (Trade Adjustments Act), the Federal Government has granted millions of dollars in emergency grant vouchers to help those who were laid off because their job was sent to foreign countries. We can easily help you see if you qualify for these benefits and get you set up for retraining so you will have the skills to find a new job.

Being laid off because your job went overseas was not your fault. The federal and state TAA programs and our training resources can help you get the skills you need to start a new career. 

 The US Secretary and Federal Government has granted millions in emergency grant money to help those affected because their job was sent to foreign countries

The grant money you have received will allow you to get free re-training at our school. Please visit the rest of our site to see how we can help you in these tough times.

Modesto Technical College receives funding and grants from the State of CA to finance workman's comp vouchers, and GI-Bill Training vouchers.

Please feel free to contact us so we can help get you qualified for this funding Contact Us

TAA Eligible Companies

The former employees of the following plants are eligible for free re-training at our college.

Metalsa - Stockton

Werner - Merced

Aisian Electronics - Stockton

Amtex, Inc - Manteca

Arvin Sango, Inc - Merced

Dana Corporation - Stockton

Fuel Total Systems - Lathrop

Injex Industries - Hayward

Tuscarora Inc. - Hayward

Johnson Controls Inc. - Livermore

Pacific Coast Industries - Tracy

Pilkington LOF - Lathrop

Plastikton Industries Inc - Hayward

TG California Automotive Sealing - Hayward

Trim Masters - Modesto

Vuteq CA Corporation - Hayward