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
By Ron Kness
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?
Searching for your post-military career? Launch into a computer science profession and gain in-demand skills such as programming, database management, and computer security with the University of Wisconsin 100% online Applied Computing bachelor’s degree.
Continue reading University of Wisconsin Online: Veteran to Versatile IT Professional
By Russ Hovendick
I review more than 200 resumes every day, and I notice that those from military folks have common pitfalls. What happens when these types of resumes find their way to a civilian employer’s desk? In most cases, they end up in the trash bin or buried in the inbox. Continue reading Crafting Killer Veteran Resumes For Civilian Employment
When the children at Martin Luther King Jr. Elementary in Southeast Washington left school on Friday, they had no idea what would happen there before their return on Monday. Continue reading Veterans surprise D.C. elementary school with makeover
By Institute for Veterans and Military Families at Syracuse University
Continue reading Attracting and Sourcing Veterans—Help for corporations looking for the right veteran for the job
By Kara Sherrer
Transitioning from the military to civilian life can be challenging, and veterans all approach this life change differently. Some go into military contracting, while others immediately get a job on the civilian side. Continue reading 7 Reasons You Should Consider an MBA