In this first of several guest blog posts, Harvard Extension School Instructor Cynthia A. Meyersburg, Ph.D., guides student Veterans on how to prepare for and succeed when returning to an academic school. This post examines what student Vets should do outside the classroom.
What is the Rockwell AAM program? Henderson details the available course opportunities within the program and offers advice to transitioning service members on how they can find employment opportunities through the program, emphasizing the importance of trade schools and their value.
While there are many resources to support those managing the impacts of COVID-19, we narrowed a few down to create a COVID-19 fact sheet with GI Bill students in mind. You can see the COVID-19 resources described below and find them listed in our COVID-19 Fact Sheet.
Veterans Employment Through Technology Education Courses (VET TEC) is a five-year, $75 million pilot program that helps Veterans improve their IT skills through courses offered by industry-leading training providers, both in-person and virtual.
An on-line virtual learning guide has been developed to support Veterans and VA workforce families with PreK-12 students. The guide’s supportive materials and projects lighten the load for parents who are double tasking with new home schooling responsibilities.
Veterans can learn more about GI Bill benefits they've earned through a new three-part series just released. The series, “Building Your Future with the GI Bill," coincides with the third anniversary of the Colmery Act, signed into law Aug. 17, 2017.