AZ Quest Grant

AZ Quest Grant

Tuition assistance is available for adults who were impacted by COVID and need help paying for college. Students who are pursuing a qualifying workforce program offered by MCC and plan on finishing by the Fall 2024 semester may qualify. 

Courses that can be completed within the time requirement covered by the Quest grant:


General Carpentry

Nursing Assistant

Basic skills and use of tools.

Medical Assistant


Basic EMT

Fire Fighter Certificate


Dental Assistant

Culinary Arts certificate

Baking Certificate


Fillet Weld Certificate




GTAW Plate


SMAW Plate


Residential Wiring

Commercial/Industrial Electricity


Installation Certificate

Residential Certificate

Light commercial Certificate


Basic Auto Technology

Advanced Auto Technology

Automotive Refinishing

Automotive bodywork

For more information contact:

Marsha G. Marsh
Quest Program Recruiter
928.391.2348 Ext. 1055

Danielle Sorace
Career Coach – Student Services


Students affected by the pandemic

for in demand jobs

-available at no cost-

In healthcare, construction and advanced manufacturing careers

Available grant funding provides scholarships and support so students can successfully complete training programs.

For MCC students & Arizona residents affected by the pandemic:

  • Lost wages when schools/day cares were closed
  • Lost wages when employer was closed by state order
  • Lost wages due to vaccine mandate
  • Back at work earning less than prior to pandemic

All that’s required is a:

  • Social Security Card
  • Driver’s License (or other appropriate ID documentation)
  • Complete enrollment paperwork and a testament to how
    the pandemic impacted earning capability.

For more information contact:

Danielle Sorace
Email:  |  Phone: 928.727.9220

Marsha G. Marsh
Email:  |  Phone: 928.391.2348

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MOHAVE COUNTY – Mohave Community College and ARIZONA@WORK are partnering to boost workforce training and offer tuition coverage for unemployed and underemployed residents throughout the region.

It is part of a federal program called the Quality, Jobs, Equity, Strategy and Training (QUEST) Disaster Recovery Dislocated Worker Grant (DWG), commonly referred to as the QUEST grant. MCC is the fiscal coordinating agent for the grant in Mohave and La Paz counties. ARIZONA@WORK is providing Career Counselors and support services to assist qualifying participants.

“We have a strong partnership with ARIZONA@WORK and this is another terrific opportunity for both of us to provide more people with the skills needed to land high quality jobs with sustainable wages and benefits,” said MCC Executive Vice President Dr. Tim Culver. The story continues here…

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