I spoke with a representative recently. His suggestion was once you are accepted into a Nursing program, whenever that is when you have an acceptance letter, go to your local MichiganWorks! office and get a caseworker assigned to you. He said the specific NWLB money might not specifically be around, but that NWLB was really just a fancy name for a bunch of initiatives and monies that MiWorks already had. He said each county/office has different rules, but if you jump through all the hoops, he assured me if you are accepted at a Nursing school
in Michigan, it's worth your time to work with the MiWorks! office. He isn't in the county where I'd be going to school, but he said as long as I could attend all his b.s. resume writing and aptitude seminars, I'd probably qualify for lots of help through their office.
That's what I know right now, so I thought I would share the info with you. It doesn't help me with the cost of my prereqs though!