Credentialing programs can be a great way to transition into a civilian career faster. Learn more about the programs available and how to apply.
Veterans have a variety of free education resources available. It’s worth taking advantage as you consider your civilian career options.
Depending upon your military MOS, you may find the best career match by obtaining a four-year degree before you transition.
Veterans exit the military with a variety of job skills. A new Rand Corporation report expands the job matches for each MOS and can be a great resourcing for those transitioning.
Current tools and resources designed to match veterans with civilian careers often miss the mark. A new study hopes to help veterans find the right job match.
If a career as a commercial truck driver interests you, GI bill benefits and the Veteran Apprenticeship Program make the career transition easy.
A variety of TRICARE veteran benefits options are available to retirees, reservists and their family members. Here is a list of the extended options available.
If you’re an active-duty service member or veteran, it’s important to understand the variety of healthcare plan options to you under TRICARE.
There are a variety of in-demand job opportunities around military installations. These jobs may be a great fit for military spouses looking for work.
Applying for the GI bill just got easier, thanks to a new mobile friendly Vets.gov website. Learn more about how to apply for benefits from your smartphone.
Student loan forgiveness is a perk that can be offered to federal employees, as well as some local, state, tribal or not-for-profit government entities.
If you’re making the military-to-civilian transition, there are a number of benefits to working for the federal government.
Some veterans may find themselves with a trifecta of healthcare benefits available at retirement. Learn more about how TRICARE, Federal Employee Health Benefits, and Medicare work together.
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