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If you are pursuing financial assistance for higher education as a veteran from the Post-9/11 G.I. Bill, this short but informative guide can help you navigate the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA).
From Human Resource Executive Online’s recent article, “Microsoft’s STEM Worker Shortage Solution“: “Microsoft is creating new jobs in the United States faster than it can fill them. For example, Microsoft now has more than 6,000 open jobs in the country, an … Continue reading
“Billions of taxpayer dollars have funded the education of over 800,000 Post-9/11 GI Bill beneficiaries.” – Michael Dakduk, executive director, Student Veterans of America Veterans, join the ranks of these successful students! The Veterans in STEM program can help you navigate GI … Continue reading
Vincent Cannady, one of our own Veterans in STEM and a political science graduate student at UMKC, is featured in this week’s UNews. Cannady discusses his Army experiences, his work in the communications technology field, and the life events that … Continue reading
In response to a need for more easily accessible and organized information on governmental benefits available to veterans and their families, the Institute for Veterans and Military Families at Syracuse University (IVMF) has released a free guidebook that details monetary, health care and … Continue reading
Kansas City Kansas Community College has been awarded the Patriot Award from the Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve (ESGR) for its support of service members called to active duty. The ESGR is a national committee designated by the … Continue reading
To school that is. It is that time again, Fall semesters will be starting any day now. If you are anything like me you are not yet ready to relinquish your summer in exchange for lectures, course work, and exams. … Continue reading
Kudos to Veterans in STEM/KC-BANCS Transition Navigator Jamison Ryan on his first news media interview! Watch a short clip of Jamison on KSHB News. He got to the heart of what we do with the Veterans in STEM program. Jamison … Continue reading
There are close to 600,000 jobs in the U.S. that are unfilled because our workforce does not have the high-tech skills to fill them. Recently, the White House and the National Association of Manufacturers announced a new opportunity to credential … Continue reading
Visit G.I. Jobs: Your Guide to Post-Military Success for resources to help your transition from the military to career and/or military to college.