As the National Association of Career Colleges, we are delighted to announce our new partnership with Canadian charity, Windmill Microlending.

Windmill Microlending is a national organization offering low-interest loans to immigrants and refugees helping them pay for the costs of education, training, certification, designation, accreditation and professional development courses in Canada.

Our partnership with Windmill means thousands of prospective career college students across the country, who meet Windmill’s eligibility requirements, can gain access to financial aid in the form of a low-interest loan, up to $15,000. You can learn more about their loan eligibility requirements here.

Windmill already works with learning institutions across the country, including several career colleges, to ensure immigrant and refugee students can access the financial aid they need to pay for the costs of tuition, textbooks, equipment, and even cost of living and transportation while they study.

Watch the video below for a brief overview of Windmill Microlending:

Helping newcomers on their education journey in Canada

Check out our upcoming webinar in partnership with Windmill
Tuesday, June 13
1 p.m. ET / 11 a.m. MT / 10 a.m. PT / 2 p.m. AT 

Join us for an upcoming informational webinar to learn more about Windmill Microlending, and the financial aid support they can provide to your prospective immigrant and refugee students.

Register by clicking the button below:

We look forward to working with Windmill Microlending and our member colleges across the country to empower skilled immigrants and refugees in their pursuit of career success and a brighter future in Canada.

To learn about academic financial aid partnership opportunities, reach out to Windmill at:

For more information about the organization, visit the Windmill website: