Continuing Education Reimbursement Program

Get reimbursed up to $1,500 annually for costs of Continuing Education Units (CEUs/CMEs), specialty certifications, licenses, and renewals.

Please note: we are no longer accepting applications with 2023 completion dates. The deadline to submit was December 31, 2023.

Eligibility Criteria

You may be eligible for reimbursement if you fit all of the following criteria:

  1. Work in a bargaining unit position for which your employer has agreed to make contributions to the Education Fund.
  2. You have completed your probationary period.
  3. Must be a regular benefited full-time or part-time employee, including on-call and per diem employees. (Pay stubs are not required for on-call and per diem employees for CE Reimbursement.)
  4. Have attended a CE training, AHA certification course, paid and obtained a license renewal OR have taken a license/certification exam within the current calendar year (1/1/24 – 12/31/24). All CE Reimbursement requests must be paid for in the current calendar year, with the exception of an exam or course that has a completion date in 2024. Exam results or proof of payment, and/or completion must display the date.
  5. Submit required paperwork with receipts included in the original application.

Application information

We are now accepting applications for reimbursement of eligible CE expenses completed this year. Your reimbursement request must be completely filled out by and submitted electronically, showing that the request is paid and/or completed in the current calendar year (1/1/24 – 12/31/24). Log in or register for MyEdFund, then look for Continuing Education under “Available Programs”.

Note: You must submit all documents along with the reimbursement form using the online application. Any reimbursement request missing documentation will be returned to you for completion.

  1. A completed reimbursement form (located within the application).
  2. All receipts showing payment for your CE training, AHA course fees, license or certification exam fees, license renewals costs, and/or membership fees.
  3. Provide proof of new or updated license or certification, membership card, exam/course completion and/or certificate showing proof of obtaining CEs.
  4. Direct Deposit form and Study Materials (optional).

For questions regarding the application process please email us at

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

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What is reimbursable? What is not?

The following are reimbursable items for the CE Reimbursement program:
  • Any training fees resulting in CEs (conferences, live simulcasts, webinars, seminars, in-person or online classes, symposiums, etc.).
  • Any exam fees for a new certification related to your current field, if taken within the last 60 days (pass or fail).
  • License renewals and membership fees
  • Any review course/study material fees (including non-credit college courses), if taken within six (6) months prior to the certification exam.
  • American Heart Association (AHA) certifications and licenses.
  • Courses needed to challenge professional board exams (reviewed on a case by case basis)
  • Student Screening services (background screening, drug test, fingerprinting, etc.)
  • TEAS/HESI/Wonderlic exam fees & prep materials – MYC required for reimbursement. Schedule an appointment through MyEdFund.
The following are currently not reimbursable in the CE Reimbursement program:
  • Travel, food, or lodging costs.
  • Any costs or fees already reimbursed by your employer for this training.
  • Any reimbursement for a training which has previously been reimbursed by the Education Fund in the current calendar year.

What are popular reimbursement requests?

Some popular reimbursement requests for this program include:
  • License renewals
  • National Council Licensure Examination (NCLEX)
  • CNA to LVN courses to challenge the LVN exam
  • Healthcare Interpreter training and exam fees
  • Diagnostic Imaging Certifications
  • CEU Conferences (virtual and in-person)
  • And many more!

Where is my reimbursement?

Once you receive a confirmation email from the CE team stating that your requests have been sent to our payment team, you can expect your payment in about 8 weeks. If you have any questions regarding the status of your reimbursement after that point, please contact our finance department at

How long do I have to submit my documents?

You must submit the required materials for reimbursement, showing that the requests have been paid and/or completed in the current calendar year. Any items completed in a previous year will be deemed ineligible and denied for processing.

Can I submit several reimbursements within one year?

Yes, as long as the total requested do not exceed $1,500 in one calendar year.

How do I submit my documents?

You’ll submit your documents online via the reimbursement application. To apply, log in to MyEdFund.

Do I need pre-approval?

Nope! As long as you meet the criteria listed above, you will not need pre-approval.

What if my reimbursement request is more than $1,500?

You will be reimbursed up to the limit of $1,500 annually.

Why are you offering CE Reimbursements?

This is an alternative to the Education Fund hosted in-person classes and online CE offerings.