Transitioning back into the civilian world after spending four years or more (or a career) serving in the military is a change that many military families dread making.
For veterans interested in learning how to code websites without spending 18 months or more going to school, there is a new VA-approved 14-week immersive program just for veterans called Code Platoon.
According to the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation Hiring Our Heroes program, military spouse unemployment hovers at 16% … or four times the national average.
It is no secret that using Tuition Assistance (TA) while serving in the military is a great way to conserve GI Bill benefits. But currently only about 20% of servicemembers use TA.
When talking about using the GI Bill after getting out, most veterans’ first thought goes to attending a college or university to get a four-year bachelor’s degree. However, we know that going the college route is not for everyone.
Once one has the basics down and job experience, it may be time to move up the ladder and get an intermediate or expert-level certification.
Learn about what accreditation means, and the Centers of Academic Excellence in Cybersecurity (CAE-C) and Cybersecurity Defense (CD) designations.
There are several things to check, but for a quick initial look consider these 3 things when looking for a cybersecurity online course:
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