While most college first-year students are recent high school graduates, for some, higher education is made possible by military benefits — leading many veterans to struggle with adjusting to the college experience after serving. Continue reading Warrior-Scholar Project Partners with Yale University to Host One-Week Winter STEM Program for Veterans
Military spouses can take advantage of programs that help continue their education and develop fulfilling careers working with our nation’s veterans.
Continue reading 3 Ways VA Helps Military Spouses Continue Their Education
Perhaps you’ve decided to pick up some valuable knowledge. Maybe you’re leaving the service and need to re-create yourself. No matter why you’re pursuing higher education, you need a game plan—a course of action to get you from today to that moment you walk across the stage, holding your diploma in hand. Here are some practical steps to take.
Continue reading How to Prepare for Higher Education
By Ron Kness
Having 36 months of Post 9/11 GI Bill benefits is an earned entitlement valued by veterans that many civilians would do anything to get their hands on. Continue reading 5 Ways to Squeeze Every Dime Out of Your GI Bill Benefits
When most people think of the military, business school is the furthest thing from their minds. Granted, the entertainment industry commonly showcases career paths like military lawyers or special law enforcement agents, though we rarely get a glimpse of former or active military working in the business sector.
Continue reading How Does an MBA Benefit a Military Career?
The Department of Defense Military-Civilian Transition Office is closely monitoring impacts to the Transition Assistance Program (TAP) and Yellow Ribbon Reintegration Program (YRRP) events as a result of the outbreak of the coronavirus.
Continue reading COVID-19 Impacts to Transition Assistance Program and Yellow Ribbon Program Events
Raytheon Missiles & Defense, in partnership with Student Veterans of America (SVA), today awarded two $10,000 scholarships to student veterans honoring those who served in the U.S. Army.
Continue reading Raytheon Missiles & Defense and Student Veterans of America announce 2020 Patriot Scholarship Recipients
The cost of higher education and the thought of taking on student debt can be overwhelming at times. Perhaps you don’t think college is right for you now and want to wait.
Continue reading The Different Ways Military Service Can Pay for Your Education
Arizona State University has a long-standing commitment to the military community and its veterans, long after they have finished active duty, and once they are ready to pursue a degree and a new career path in civilian life. Continue reading More Military and Families Turn to This University for Online Degrees
If you happen to be one of the millions of veterans leaving the military for civilian life, you face a daunting challenge. You may have flown a gunship; you may have driven a tank; you may have commanded a unit…but how do you convince a corporate recruiter that this counts as management experience? Continue reading From Battalions to Business Degrees