Why are so many veterans taking out student loans when GI bill benefits cover full tuition and fees at public universities, and at least partial tuition and fees at private universities? Continue reading Why Veterans With GI Bill Benefits Still Take Out Student Loans
The Yellow Ribbon Program, as many veterans turned students know, is a provision of the Post-9/11 GI Bill that can help cover the expenses that do not automatically apply for veterans. Continue reading Answering Your Top Questions on the Yellow Ribbon Program
These tips are courtesy of the National Association of Veterans’ Programs Administrator (NAVPA). Continue reading 10 Tips for College-Seeking Veterans
For many, the opportunity to pursue education and training beyond high school is not easily within reach. When military members are asked why they serve, the available GI Bill® education benefits are often one reason. Continue reading VA Expands Post 9/11 GI Bill Benefits for Dependents
You’ve made the rewarding choice to go back to school. By pursuing your education goals, you can expand your job opportunities and boost your earning power. But where should you start? Continue reading Going Back to School as a Military Spouse
The short answer to how much it pays is: It depends.
Several factors play into how much it pays, such as a school’s percentage of waiver, how many students they allow in their program, maximum amount paid per student, Continue reading The Yellow Ribbon Program – How Much Does It Pay?
By Erin L. Branham, National Director, Brand and Communications, Balfour Beatty
Construction firm Balfour Beatty is proving that one company and one vision of bringing greater diversity, equity and inclusion (DE&I) of veterans to the construction industry can change our communities—one mission at a time. Continue reading Mission Possible: Building a Culture of Belonging for Veterans
Army Spc. Immanuel Gitamo, an Air Defense Battle Management System Operator assigned to 2nd Stryker Brigade Combat Team, 7th Infantry Division on Joint Base Lewis-McChord, Wash., hopes to soon change the way humans travel to outer space. Continue reading Soldier Earns PhD in Astrophysics, Sets Sights on Space
Like any military mission, transitioning to civilian life takes research, planning and the right tools. One of the most powerful tools you have is the GI Bill. Continue reading Federal Tools to Help Maximize GI Bill Education Benefits
The Marine Corps Scholarship Foundation announced it will award more than $9.2 million in academic scholarships to over 2,500 children of Marines and Navy Corpsmen for the 2021-2022 academic year. This historic announcement comes as Continue reading Marine Corps Scholarship Foundation Awards $9.2 Million in Scholarships, Appoints New President and CEO