There are a number of unique scholarships available to veterans. But veterans shouldn’t overlook scholarships that can be used by anyone.
There are literally hundreds of scholarships available to veterans; many go unfilled each year due to a lack of applicants.
Most states provide some form of education financial aid to their military members – past and present.
As tuition costs skyrocket, the idea of a free education may seem too good to be true. But a number of states offer free tuition programs for those who qualify.
It is possible to get a free education. Check out the eight states and one city that already have tuition-free programs in place.
If you plan on transitioning out of the military soon and are looking to update or change your skills, consider one of many certificate programs available.
Having an Internet presence in today’s career world is no longer a luxury – it is a must.
Having an online presence when transitioning into the civilian job market is no longer a luxury, it is a necessity. Part of your online presence should be your personal SEO.
When transitioning out of the military, you are not only going from one industry to another or one job to another, you are going from one culture to something completely different.
Don’t wait until you’re out of the military to start working on your civilian career. Take these three steps before you transition.
Many war veterans find online courses fit their new lifestyle better, others prefer to be on campus, particularly in certain courses of study.
The FAFSA – Free Application for Federal Student Aid – underwent a major overhaul.
One type of student loan wanting to go to college is the Federal Direct Stafford Loan. But, one issue that confuses many students is the two different versions of this loan: subsidized and unsubsidized.
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