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This program is available to District 1199 members ONLY and all applicants must meet all current eligibility requirements as established by the career mobility committee. This web site provides notification to employees and their managers.
The program operates on a semester cycle basis (Summer, Fall, Spring). The Career Mobility Application as well as the subsequent Notification Packet of Labor/Management DMHAS Career Mobility decisions are posted on this web site each semester. If career mobility hours are granted, employees MUST request authorization from the manager in order to utilize LCMO hours and adhere to all procedures and requirements of this program.
Career Mobility Summer 2022 Semester
Career Mobility Fall 2022 Semester
1199 Certification Assistance Guidelines and Application - FY 2020
The Certification Assistance reimbursement process is available to 1199 union members for those licenses and/or certifications that are NOT REQUIRED for the job as determined by the official state job classification.
- All applications must be postmarked no later than April 27, 2020.
- It is the employee’s responsibility to submit ONE (1) ORIGINAL APPLICATION AND THREE (3) COMPLETE COLLATED AND STAPLED copies of the application packet.
The State Of Connecticut Tuition Reimbursement Program allocates funds for permanent employees. The benefit is for those employees who are continuing their education in an area that enhances their current job performance or assists in upward mobility in a job-related field, or is an elective that is part of a degree program.
Permanent full time, as well as part time (20 hours+) employees may apply for tuition reimbursement funds by completing a tuition reimbursement application form (CO-101) at least two weeks prior to beginning study. (Only original documents can be accepted. Fax documents will not be accepted or processed.)
This is an application process and payment is not guaranteed. All funds must be approved by the Department of Mental Health & Addiction Services, Department of Administrative Services, and the Office of the State Comptroller.
Eligibility requirements, funding levels and reimbursement amounts are governed by collective bargaining agreements. Please check your contract for detailed information. Please use Form CO-101.
The Office of the State Comptroller issues reimbursement funds upon approval of each application and successful completion of course(s) with a passing grade. All reimbursement payments are dependent upon the availability of adequate funds.
The employee must also determine the tax status of the tuition reimbursement benefits. For non-taxable tuition reimbursement, check the job-related box. For taxable tuition reimbursements, check the non job-related box. Employees can refer to Comptroller's Memorandum Number 2008-41, Determining Tax Status of Employee Tuition Reimbursement Payments or the Internal Revenue Guidelines at http://www.IRS.gov/ for additional information.
- CO-101 Tuition Reimbursement Application
- DMHAS Tuition Reimbursement Brochure
- State of CT Tuition Reimbursement Manual
Program is administered by the Department of Administrative Services and Office of the State Comptroller - Fiscal Policy Division. Scroll to Table of Contents at bottom of page. It includes links to: Overview, Manual, Tuition Reimbursement Application Process (Prior to the Course, Completion of Course, General Guidelines), Glossary of Terms, and Appendix items.
- Frequently Asked Questions