Savvy Funding Options
unemployed? underemployed? take a look at our available grants


UAW Labor Employment and Training Corporation (LETC)

  • H1-B One Workforce Grant
    • $4.5 M awarded and managed by LETC for individuals                                 who are unemployed or underemployed (part-time) 

For more information check out their website

To see if you are qualified, please contact us.

Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act Missouri (WIOA)

  • For dislocated workers, unemployed/underemployed and veterans.

For more information check out their website


  • 715 Northwest Plaza Drive, St. Ann, Missouri 63074
  • 212 Turner Blvd, St. Peters, Missouri 63376
  • 101 Park De Ville Dr. Suite E, Columbia, Missouri 65203

Vocational Rehabilitation – St. Louis

  • For individuals receiving Disability and seeking to                                          grow their skills to re-enter the workforce or up-skill                                          in their current position.

For more information check out their website

Full Employment Council of Kansas City American Job Center (KECKC)

  • For dislocated workers, unemployed/underemployed and veterans

For more information check out their website.

For locations check this page out 

Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act Illinois (WIOA)

  • For dislocated workers, unemployed/underemployed and veterans.

For more information check out their website



CHATTANOOGA MidCumberland WorkForce Services

  • America Job Center Location: 5600 Brainerd Road, Suite A-5, Chattanooga, Tennessee 37411

Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act Fund

  • Funds for dislocated workers, unemployed/underemployed and veterans.

For more information check out their website

SNAPS Program Funding

  • Funding for training for eligible participants.

For more information check out their website


  • Davidson County Workforce Innovation Opportunity of America Adult & Dislocated Worker Program : 665 Mainstream Dr, Nashville, Tennessee 37243
  • Savvy Coders is authorized for operation as a postsecondary educational institution by the Tennessee Higher Education Commission.
  • In order to view detailed job placement and graduation information on the programs offered by Savvy Coders, please visit Authorized Institutions and Data (
    Savvy Coders does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability, or age in its programs and activities and provides equal access to all students both potential and current. 
    The following persons have been designated to handle inquiries regarding the non-discrimination policies:
    Elaine Queathem, CEO
    20 S. Sarah St
    St. Louis, MO 63108
    Phone: 314.283.0006
    Savvy Coders is committed to providing reasonable accommodations, modifications, or adjustments to the learning environment to enable an individual with a disability to have an equal opportunity to participate in any of Savvy Coders programs.
    A person having a disability is defined as, by the US Department of Labor, someone who (1) has a physical or mental impairment that substantially limits one or more “major life activities,” (2) has a record of such an impairment, or (3) is regarded as having such an impairment. 
    As recipient of federal financial support, Savvy Coders has a responsibility, under Executive Order 13166 and Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 to make reasonable efforts to ensure that individuals who have limited English proficiency have meaningful access to federally funded educational programs and activities. A Limited English Proficient (LEP) person is an individual who does not speak English as his/her primary language and who has limited ability to read, speak, write, and understand English.
    Savvy Coders is committed to affording and expanding meaningful access to federally funded educational programs and activities to eligible LEP persons. Savvy Coders will conduct periodic assessments that will identify significant need programs and ways to provide language assistance to LEP persons. The assessment will include, but not be limited to, latest census information, data from local school systems and /or community organizations serving LEP clients, data from local and state governments, and an analysis of the four factors outlined below:
    1. Number or proportion of LEP individuals eligible to be served or that is likely to be encountered by the program.
    2. Frequency with which LEP individuals come in contact with the program.
    3. Nature and importance of the program, activity, or service provided by the program to people’s lives.
    4. Resources available to meet the language access obligation.
    As a result of the assessment process, the most reasonable method of language assistance to improve access to services will be determined. Careful consideration will be given to assure competency in the delivery of language assistance and services. Competency will be assessed and determined based on experience, credentials, references, understanding of content and cultural accuracy and sensitivity. Language assistance may include but not be limited to:
    1. Translation of written materials
    2. Interpretation of spoken words
    Savvy Coders will not make use of formal or informal interpretation by minors and will not plan to rely on any form of informal interpretation or translation by LEP person’s family members or friends. Where the LEP person chooses to use his/her own interpreter (at his/her own expense) instead of, or as a supplement to the free language service offered, special care will be taken to document that this was a voluntary desire, and that competent free language assistance was offered.
    LEP persons will be notified of services, changes in services, and complaint procedures. Notification of language services may include but not be limited to:
    1. Inserting translated notices in recruitment and outreach documents;
    2. Disseminating information on media likely to be used by LEP persons;
    3. Collaborating with local organizations to inform LEP persons about services.
    Savvy Coders will provide notice to all staff regarding language access policies and procedures. Faculty, staff, and volunteers working with LEP persons and those who have the potential to come in contact with LEP clients will be required to complete training that will include information on policies, procedures, accessing language assistance services, identifying language needs, working effectively with translators and interpreters, and working with individuals from different cultures.
    The LEP Plan will be evaluated and updated on an annual basis. Documentation of efforts, staff surveys, customer satisfaction surveys, requests to meet language assistance needs, number of LEP persons served, and resources will serve to review and update policy as needed.
    Questions about the LEP plan should be addressed to:
    Elaine Queathem, CEO
    20 S. Sarah Street
    St. Louis, MO 63108
    Barbe Rodriguez, WIOA Compliance Monitor
    20 S. Sarah Street
    St. Louis, MO 63108
  • A person who believes that he/she has been discriminated against or denied benefits of federal programs or activities because of race, color, or national origin, including Limited English Proficiency, may submit a complaint to Elaine Queathem, Savvy Coders CEO, in writing or the U.S. Department of Justice, Division of Civil Rights, Federal Coordination and Compliance section. Complaint forms are available at
    U.S. Department of Justice
    950 Pennsylvania Avenue, N.W.
    Washington, D.C. 20530
    (888) 848-5306 – English and Spanish
    (202) 307-2678 (TDD)
    (202) 307-2222 (Voice)

We endeavor to give back to our communities by increasing tech talent and expanding business opportunities. We designed a comprehensive curriculum that would allow our students to expand their professional horizons in 12-20 weeks.

Questions? Reach us at 314-301-9245