What is IMAP?

The Individual Microcredential Assistance Program (IMAP), through the Governor’s Office of Workforce Transformation, helps all Ohioans  eligible to participate in an IMAP training program to receive a credential at no cost.
Also, Incarcerated Ohioans are eligible for training if they are eligible for release within 12 months from the day the credential is projected to be earned. High school students entering their junior or senior year are also eligible if the credential earned is not offered through College Credit Plus at their school district.

As an IMAP training provider, Ashland University will cover all tuition, fees, and additional costs to help you learn new skills and earn a credential that can lead to a good job.

IMAP Programs Offered at Ashland University:

M.Ed. in Adult Learning students

Who can enroll?

To participate, you must be an eligible Ohio resident.

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Stephanie Donofe Meeks
Director, Workforce Training and Development