The Post-9/11 GI Bill helps military veterans and dependents pay for school or job training. Get the full details on how you can get a college education.
Follow this 6-step guide to getting your degree and you’ll leave the armed forces more prepared for the next stage of your life, with a degree in hand.
Going to college is an excellent opportunity for military vets to start a new career or advance skills. Here are questions to ask before choosing a school.
Some veterans worry that military service works against their resume. But a career in criminal justice is related to many military roles and might be the perfect second career.
No more excuses. This guide will show you how to pay for college, choose a major, select a program, and determine if online or on-campus is right for you.
Upon leaving the military, many veterans report feelings of aimlessness with their career. But, here are five career paths that value military experience.