What is the Treasury’s Trade School Programs?

The Trade School Program (TSP) is an umbrella program for more than 10,000 universities, colleges and technical schools around the country.

It provides financial aid to students in the STEM and technical fields.

Under the program, students receive a stipend, financial aid and mentoring.

The programs also offer internships and training to help students graduate.

Students have the option of choosing to participate in the programs’ “stem” program, in which they receive a monthly stipend of $1,000 and are expected to contribute at least 25% of their income to the student’s family.

The STEM and Technical STEM programs are available to low-income students and are also aimed at helping students prepare for graduate school.

The government’s STEM and Technology program is aimed at students from all backgrounds and income levels, as well as people with disabilities.

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