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
By Kristen Baker-Geczy
For many enlisted veterans, college is a critical next step in acclimating to civilian life and landing a fulfilling career after transitioning from military service. While this is an exciting new chapter, many find the adjustment to college to be a challenging experience, especially without the support and camaraderie they had while in the service. Continue reading Warrior-Scholar Project Empowers Student Veterans to Succeed
By Kurt Ballash, owner of Ballash Woodworks
Military veterans are a special talent pool because we learn valuable skills that set us apart from other candidates in the workforce. Continue reading Three Ways Veterans Can Hone Their Skills After Service
If you’ve thought about going to college but didn’t know if you could afford it, then the Military Tuition Assistance program may be just the benefit you need.
Continue reading How to Use the Military Tuition Assistance Program
Perhaps you’ve decided to pick up some valuable knowledge. Maybe you’re leaving the service and need to re-create yourself. Continue reading 5 Steps to Prepare for Higher Education
Join the largest annual convening of Post-9/11 veterans in the world. NatCon returns on February 19-20 and will be held in the Virtual Conference Hall. Continue reading Student Veterans of America National Virtual Conference 2021 – Coming February 19!
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