Veteran transition and military separation news, advice and career resources for veterans.
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Many veterans trade one battlefield for another in the struggle to succeed in college. Here are three tips to help you prepare for college post-military, and ensure you’re transition is successful.
The civilian job skills you need to succeed may not be the same things you learn in your military transition classes. Here’s a round up of six tips to keep in mind as you transition.
The Montgomery GI Bill may also be the better choice for some veterans. Here are the scenarios where that is the case.
If you’ve applied for the Reserve Education Assistance Program but haven’t used it, you’ll likely need to apply different GI bill benefits moving in 2016.
Veterans looking to choose a college need to show due diligence to make sure their benefit isn’t wasted. Asking the right questions can be one of the best ways to determine if a college is right for you.
If you’re a veteran pursuing a college degree, it pays to do your homework. You can save thousands – and be on the path to a better career.
There are other ways to earn college credits that don’t involve stepping foot inside a classroom. They can be a great way to save your GI bill benefits for an advanced degree.
Many vets may ask themselves if getting a college degree is worth it. The statistics show, in general, it is.
Veterans Access Choice and Accountability may significantly reduce out of pocket tuition costs for vets.
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