When college students can spend several months at top international firms like Goldman Sachs, they naturally come away with valuable résumé-building experience. But what’s often left out of the conversation is the value that students inject back into the business. Continue reading Students In The Workplace Keep Industry And Academia On The Cutting Edge
I was a non-traditional student in so many different ways. A military veteran, I had come to the decision of obtaining a degree only after more than a decade in the service. Continue reading Three Ways Military Experience Benefits Veterans in Higher Ed
Johnnie Jones’ age isn’t stopping him from learning. In fact, the 83-year-old veteran will receive his Ph.D. from LSU on Friday, Dec. 14. Continue reading 83-Year-Old Veteran to Receive Ph.D. from LSU
REVU is a 10-week summer research program held at Yale University and designed for Warrior-Scholar Project (WSP) alumni and enlisted U.S. military veterans. Continue reading Applications are now open for the 2019 STEM Research Experience for Veteran Undergraduates (REVU) Program
Thinking about college? You already have the discipline it takes to pursue higher education. From big universities to small colleges, you have plenty of options and each has something unique to offer. Here’s how to compare your college options and find the right institution for your education goals.
Continue reading What Service Members Should Know When Choosing a College
The Yellow Ribbon Program can help you pay for higher out-of-state, private school, or graduate school tuition that the Post-9/11 GI Bill doesn’t cover. Find out if your school is a part of this program. Continue reading How Can the Yellow Ribbon Program Help You?
By Deborah Circelli
Standing in front of fellow veterans, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University graduate student Amanda Meurer gives these first-year students study tips and other skills on being successful. Continue reading Embry-Riddle Graduate Student Motivates Fellow Veterans
Virginia Tech’s Center for Geospatial Information Technology has been working to improve informational databases across service lines of the Virginia Department of Veterans Services.
Continue reading Center for Geospatial Information Technology builds database to help Virginia’s veterans
JOHNSON CITY – A newly named, renovated and relocated space for military-affiliated students at East Tennessee State University is officially open. A dedication ceremony held Wednesday by the Office of Veterans Affairs introduced the community to the new Military-Affiliated Student Resource Center (MARC). Continue reading ETSU holds dedication ceremony for new Military-Affiliated Student Resource Center
East Tennessee State University will again receive funding and program support through the Veteran Reconnect Grant to assist veterans and service members in their pursuit of college degrees. Continue reading ETSU receives Veteran Reconnect Grant from Tennessee Higher Education Commission