Workforce Tuition Costs Funding Resources

Additional funding sources that may help with tuition costs:

Workforce Innovation Opportunity Act (WIOA)

There are two WIOA regional service providers within the SVCC service area. South Central WIOA Serves counties of Amelia, Brunswick, Buckingham, Charlotte, Cumberland, Halifax, Lunenburg, Mecklenburg, Nottoway and Prince Edward

Virginia Workforce Center- Charlotte Court House Charlotte County Department of Social Services

Terra Napier
P.O. Box 370 Charlotte Court House, VA 23923
Email: Phone: 434-542-5605 Fax: 434-542-4945

Youth Program Contacts

  • Monica McMillian Coordinator of WIOA Youth Programs 434-390-5867
  • Josh Williams Career Specialist for Amelia, Buckingham, Cumberland and Prince Edward 434-390-7824
  • Jarrett Driskill Career Specialist for Charlotte, Lunenburg and Halifax 434-414-0617
  • Shaneiqua Coleman Career Specialist for Brunswick, Mecklenburg and Nottoway 434-808-5339

Virginia Workforce Center – South Boston

Kris Tuck
2506 Houghton Avenue South Boston, VA 24592
Email: Phone: 434-572-8064 Fax: 434-572-4501

Crater WIOA

Aikayla Green
Serves Greensville County
Adult and Dislocated Worker Programs Job Assistance Center
1300 Greensville County Circle, Suite A, Room#126 Emporia, VA
Phone: 434-532-0935


SVCC Foundation Scholarship Support

Scholarships may be available for non-credit programs through the Southside Virginia Community College Foundation. Students may apply through the SVCC Workforce Development department.



FastForward Credential Programs help Virginians get the jobs they want and the salaries they need. FastForward programs are short-term training courses offered through Southside Virginia Community College and other Virginia’s Community Colleges to help fast-track your career. While funds last, eligible students will pay just one-third or less of the cost of tuition for select FastForward Credential Programs.

To learn more about FastForward, see our Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) and Financial Assistance pages