So as it stands I'm unable to find employment and about to be homeless and someone suggested getting financial assistance to go to school. I was told there are assistance programs that help cover things like tuition and living expenses. So I was looking for any information on these programs and I was also wondering one really big question: Do any of these programs allow you to attend Culinary Schools? I'm just wanting to know because I've always wanted to learn to be a better cook, I have a few reasons for doing this. 1: I want to learn to cook better dishes than just meatloaf and microwave meals. 2: I wouldn't mind being able to get a job as a cook somewhere nicer than a fast food place. 3: When I'm married and have kids I wanna be able to cook for my family, I'm not one of those guys who thinks that men should stay out of the kitchen. Besides who doesn't wanna be able to cook great dishes? I'm really hoping it's possible to attend a culinary school on one of these programs.