The ETV Program for Idaho foster youth helps current and former Idaho foster youth continue their post-secondary education by providing monetary assistance. Students could receive up to $5000 per year while attending school. Funds are not a loan and will not need to be repaid.

  • Current and former Idaho foster youth eligible for Chafee Independent Living Program services.
  • Idaho foster youth who were adopted at age 16 or older, or who aged out of foster care at age 18.
  • Young adults may participate up to their 21st birthday, but may continue to receive funding up to the age of 23 if enrolled and making satisfactory progress in a post-secondary educational program.

  • Tuition and fees
  • Meal plans
  • Books and supplies
  • Tools
  • Uniforms
  • Tutoring
  • Tests
  • Child care
  • Parking permits
  • Computers
  • Transportation

The ETV Program application can be found at the Idaho Department of Health and Welfare website or printable directly here - ETV Application.

Visit LC State's Impact Scholars website for additional information and assistance.