Veteran transition and military separation news, advice and career resources for veterans.
A federal work study can be a great way for veterans to get hands-on experience in a new field while using their GI bill benefits.
Knowing the difference between punitive and non-punitive grades is incredibly important when using your GI bill benefits.
An informational interview gives you the chance to ask experienced professionals how you can set yourself up for success as you transition into a new career.
Because of misconceptions about the military, job interviews can be like minefields for combat veterans. Here’s what to say.
The Post-9/11 GI Bill will pay 100 percent of tuition costs for a public school. But what does it pay if for a private school?
The Senate has yet to address the House-approved bill, but the sense is it will pass as-is and the President will sign it. This could be the tip of the iceberg for more changes in the future.
GI Bill entitlement is a finite resource whose benefits should be maximized. Knowing how each GI Bill works and proper planning will earn the most out this benefit of service.
Learn more about the differences in the Montgomery GI Bill for Active Duty and Selected Reserve service members.
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.
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