Don’t think you can afford college? Think again. In addition to military tuition assistance and Department of Veterans Affairs education programs, numerous loans and opportunities are Continue reading Need Money for Higher Education?
Raytheon Company, in partnership with Student Veterans of America, is offering two U.S. Navy student veterans $10,000 each in scholarships under a new program Continue reading Raytheon establishes $20,000 SPY-6 scholarship for US Navy student veterans
The Yellow Ribbon GI Education Enhancement Program (Yellow Ribbon Program) is a provision of the Post-9/11 Veterans Educational Assistance Act of 2008. Continue reading Stay in the know: The VA’s 2020 Yellow Ribbon Schools
Don’t waste one of the greatest benefits of military service: a college education. Use these tips to get started and to make the most of Continue reading Maximize Your Education Benefits
Jason Pryor of Elizabeth received the K-9, named Keen, as a gift from the Kean Office of Student Government. Continue reading Kean University Student-Veteran Receives K-9 Service Dog
President Donald J. Trump recently signed a presidential memorandum intended to streamline the process of erasing federal student loan debt for totally and permanently disabled veterans. Continue reading Some Disabled Vets to Get Automatic Student Loan Debt Forgiveness
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Whether going to school or working for a company, an important component to success is fitting in and feeling like you belong there. Continue reading A Guide to Pursuing an MBA
Yellow Ribbon schools offer unmatched benefits to military veterans. In fact, they cover the entire cost of tuition. But while there is a lot to be gained, there is also some confusion about how the program exactly works. Continue reading 4 Questions about Yellow Ribbon Schools and Military Benefits
The Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania helps students accelerate their careers, whether they are staying in the military, planning a future transition, or working in the private sector through its MBA Program for Executives.
Continue reading How Wharton’s EMBA Program Adds Value for Military Students
By Jess Scherman
In the past, American jobs have generally been classified into one of two categories: white collar and blue collar. The former typically includes jobs performed in an office setting by highly skilled and formally trained professionals, while the latter generally refers to labor jobs that often require professionals to work with their hands.
Continue reading What Are ‘New-Collar’ Jobs?