The San Diego Workforce Partnership Income Share Agreement (ISA) is a new and innovative way to finance education. UC San Diego Extension proudly serves as the educational partner, deepening our commitment to serving critical lifelong learning and skill development, particularly to underrepresented individuals in the tech community.
What is an Income Share Agreement (ISA)?
An Income Share Agreement (ISA) with San Diego Workforce Partnership (SDWP) is an alternative way to pay for education, where there are no upfront costs, but an agreement to pay a small proportion of income for a set period of time, after the student has landed a job with a preset salary level. The fund fronts the cost of a student’s education, which the student pays back in payments based on a percentage of income over a set period of time.
What's Included in the San Diego Workforce Partnership ISA?
This SDWP ISA model for certificate-based programs is grounded in philanthropic funding and not only is there a strict cap on how much students repay, each dollar repaid replenishes the fund for future students.
As well as receiving instruction from industry professionals at UC San Diego Extension, participants will also have access to the following services provided by the San Diego Workforce Partnership:
- A career consultant who will walk with you every step of the way
- Exclusive networking events sponsored by San Diego’s technology community
- Career readiness training, resume assistance and interview preparation support
- A network of support for technology, transportation, and other services to empower you to be successful inside the classroom and on the job
- Job search services
UC San Diego Extension is the educational provider for the San Diego Workforce Partnership ISA.
Visit the website of the ISA fund manager, San Diego Workforce Partnership, to submit an application.
San Diego Workforce Partnership is currently recruiting students for our winter 2021 cohort. These classes will start in January 2021.
Ready to get started?
Click here to be contacted by an advisor from San Diego Workforce Partnership for more information.
To view the FAQs, terms and protections of the Income Share Agreement, click the link below.
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This WIOA Title I - funded program is an equal opportunity program. Auxiliary aids and services are available upon request to individuals with disabilities.