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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).
You may have heard that each branch of the military except for the Navy at this point has suspended its Tuition Assistance Program. Tuition Assistance is separate from the GI Bill. The cuts to Tuition Assistance do not affect the … Continue reading
Want to match wits with other military veteran coders across the United States, test your skills on some tough algorithmic problems, and maybe win a prize? Register now for Code Jam for Veterans! Google Code Jam for Veterans is an … Continue reading
This article features two excellent career websites for transitioning veterans: Pipeline and 100,000 Jobs Mission. If you are a veteran looking for work, these resources can help you find a job that makes the most of your amazing skill set.
http://employers.militaryfriendly.com/ This 2013 Top 100 Military Friendly Employers® list includes companies with over $500 million in revenue that exhibit leading practices for military recruitment and retention. These employers represent the top tier of companies with leading employment solutions for military service … 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
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
WarWithin.org is a free online tool provided by The Citizen Soldier Support Program (CSSP) that helps servicemembers, veterans, and their families locate health care providers in their area. CSSP is working to connect servicemembers and their families to primary health care … 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
According to a recent US News and World Reports article, veterans are not succeeding in college at alarming rates. Colleges and universities need to be veteran-supportive in their resources, supports, and policies. Being veteran-friendly with marketing and sales pitches is … Continue reading