Going Back to School
The first day of school. Sweaty palms. Many unknowns. One thing for sure. This is different than reporting for duty as you have done countless times in your military career.
Master of Business Administration (MBA)
Across the country, ex-servicemen and women are making the leap back into the classroom and finding that the payoff is worthwhile, despite the risks of taking two years off work.
Part-Time Graduate School
If you’re making a transition from military post to very similar civilian work – say, from quartermaster to supply-chain manager for a military contractor – then a part-time degree is ideal.
Online Graduate Degrees
There are many routes to graduate school, but all of them are rewarding – especially if you’re able to take advantage of grad programs without having to spend all those years on campus.
Trade schools can unlock the door to success in the civilian marketplace, particularly for those interested in the transportation industries.
Your Free College Degree
The Post-9/11 GI Bill has helped more than 285,000 service members, veterans and their families go to college since the bill went into effect Aug. 1, 2009.
Military Skills + Education = Success
At some point, you will leave the military and start your life’s work outside the service. While that proposition strikes fear in most of us, it shouldn’t. The intangibles you learned and lived in the military, combined with the appropriate education, will make you a hot commodity in the civilian job market.
The Master Benefit
Employees with a master’s degree earn up to $21,000 per year more than those with a bachelor’s.
The GI Bill Isn’t the Only Education Funding Option
Service members who join Reserve and National Guard units can earn some valuable benefits too. And, some programs at the state and federal levels are designed to provide funding in addition to GI Bill benefits, if you are eligible.
Wisconsin facility graduates first class of Veterans in Piping.
The Yellow Ribbon Road
Yellow Ribbon Program participants double in 3 years, allowing more student veterans to attend private and out-of-state schools.
Post-911 GI Bill: Is It Working?
Few schools track the success rate of veterans using the Post-9/11 GI Bill. Why this endangers the most generous education benefits in history.
Tennessee grants in-state tuition to recent veterans, no matter where they live
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