5 Military-Learned Soft Skills to Use in Your Career Search

Ron Kness / Mar 9, 2018

In many cases, the specialized “hard” skills directly related to a MOS may not apply to their civilian career. But many of the so-called “soft” skills do apply and in fact give them an advantage.

Scholarships and Grant for Veterans

Ron Kness / Mar 2, 2018

While the GI Bill is great by itself, sometimes it is not enough. When that happens, veterans can turn to scholarships, grants, work study and other forms of financial aid to help fill the gap.

How Veterans Can Pay for College When the GI Bill Isn’t Enough

Ron Kness / Feb 23, 2018

We look at one way to help pay the difference when the GI Bill is not enough to pay what a school charges.

How to Use Two GI Bills to Make the Most of Your Benefit

Ron Kness / Feb 16, 2018

There are tips to keep in mind to make the most of your GI Bill. Here are some considerations for taking advantage of two or more GI Bills. 

Making the Most of Your GI Bill Education Benefits 

Ron Kness / Feb 9, 2018

If you are using the Post 9/11 GI Bill, there is a big difference in the amount the VA pays in tuition between going to a public school or a private one.

The Benefits of Getting a Temporary Job After Your Military Transition

Jay Hicks / Feb 5, 2018

How do you get civilian job experience after leaving the military? Temporary jobs may be the answer.

College Costs Not Covered by the Post 9/11 GI Bill

Ron Kness / Feb 2, 2018

Some college costs are not covered by the Post 9/11 GI Bill. They may not be on your radar screen unless you do some research first, so consider these costs as you plan your college budget.

5 Veteran Resume Mistakes to Avoid

Jillian Hamilton / Jan 29, 2018

Make sure your resume isn’t limiting your job search and avoid these five common veteran resume mistakes.