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Tuition Benefits for Executive Branch Employees

Tuition Benefits for Executive Branch Employees 

Various tuition benefits are available to CSEA-represented NYS employees, including tuition vouchers, tuition reimbursement, credit-by-examination fee reimbursement, and certification and licensure examination fee reimbursement.

Statewide Targeted Tuition

Statewide Targeted Tuition Program for Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning (HVAC) This program provides tuition assistance to CSEA-represented NYS employees who are: enrolled in a bachelor's degree program in Facilities Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Electrical Engineering, or Marine Engineering; or enrolled in an associate degree HVAC program; or enrolled in a BOCES HVAC certificate or diploma program (400- or 900-hour); or enrolled in an HVAC, Electrical, Refrigeration, Boiler Operations and Maintenance, or Plumbing certificate or diploma program at an accredited technical school or technology college.

Statewide Targeted Tuition Program for Information Technology
This program provides tuition assistance to CSEA-represented employees that are enrolled in a Computer Science, Computer Information Systems, Information Technology, Telecommunications, or Management Information Systems program. 

Statewide Targeted Tuition Program for Nursing
This program provides tuition assistance to CSEA-represented NYS employees enrolled in RN/LPN programs.

Statewide Targeted Tuition Program for Welding
This program provides tuition assistance to CSEA-represented NYS employees who wish to take welding courses.
 

Targeted Tuition

Targeted Tuition Program for CSEA-represented NYS employees - A booklet about how NYS agency managers and CSEA leaders can jointly develop and submit proposals for a Targeted Tuition Program to meet the training needs of a particular position or title. The purpose of the program is to support agency/facility workforce development and succession planning needs.

Fingerprint Fee Reimbursement Program

The Fingerprint Fee Reimbursement Program provides fingerprint fee reimbursement to eligible CSEA-represented NYS employees who are affected by agency or facility closure, consolidation, curtailment of activities, downsizing, reduction in force activity, or due to reasons of economy or efficiency, and reemployed into a permanent or temporary CSEA-represented position and required to pay a fingerprint fee. This program is not intended to replace existing agency fingerprint fee reimbursement or fingerprint fee waiver programs.

Available Courses

Skills for Success

Skills for Success in-person and webinar courses are available to CSEA-represented employees who can enroll, with supervisory approval, through the Statewide Learning Management System (SLMS) or by completing the Partnership's Skills for Success application form.

 

Partnership Course Catalog

Use the Partnership Course Catalog to choose from over 80 courses to bring to your worksite. NYS managers and CSEA local presidents can jointly request to bring Partnership courses and webinars to their agency or facility worksites. Partnership training opportunities are available to CSEA-represented NYS employees in all the ASU, ISU, OSU, and DMNA bargaining units.

 

Online Learning

Thousands of online, self-directed training courses are available to CSEA-represented NYS employees on both personal and professional development topics. 

Grants Programs

Labor-Management Workforce Development Grants Program 2017-2021 Guidelines and Application Form

A booklet about how NYS agency managers ad CSEA leaders can jointly develop and submit proposals for grants to address workforce development challenges.

Safety and Health Grants Program 2017-2021 Guidelines and Application Form

A booklet about how NYS agency managers and CSEA leaders can jointly develop and submit proposals for Safety and Health programs.

 

Quality of Work Life Grants Program 2017-2021 Guidelines and Application

A booklet about how NYS agency managers and CSEA leaders can jointly develop and submit proposals to purchase break/lunch room equipment, conduct employee recognition programs, implement health and wellness projects, and improve working conditions.