Education Links for Veterans

Veteran workforce transition guide

Find your social work degree

Scholarships and Grants for Veterans and Military Families

College navigation and comparison tool 
Online College Degrees comprehensive guide

Cyber Security Education and Training Resources for Veterans - North Dakota College of Engineering & Mines

Returning to Your Career: A Guide to Coping with Career Transition Stress  

The Post 9/11 GI Bill Covers:
Tuition & Fees
Monthly Tax Free Housing Allowance
Up to $1000 Annual Stipend for books & supplies
Check out our Education Area including our Veteran School Directory

Going Back to School After the Military Maryville University Online Degrees
Back To School Scholarships and Grants
Veteran Guide To Choosing College, Degree and Career
How Social Workers Can Serve Veterans
Some Resources for homeless Veterans 

Masters of Public Administration Online 

GoGrad.org. We've just updated our expert-driven guide to master's degrees for veterans and active military.

Best Schools Guide to Veterans Education Benefits

Unitek College, a healthcare and business training school in Fremont California, was named by Victory Media to the 2013 Military Friendly Schools® list

Homeland Security and Defense - If you are interested in keeping up with Homeland Defense, seeking employment in related fields, or general survival guides for natural as well as man-made crisis, this looks like a good internet resource.

Psychology Degree Programs - Over 7,000 Different Psychology Degree Programs.

If you are interested in pursuing a degree in social work: Online Programs is a site dedicated to social work and those looking to get further education in the field as a social worker. The author has spent many years working for non-profit organizations, and loves this field of work. With the recent tragedy of Hurricane Sandy and seeing how many people need aid, she decided to make a website for those who have a passion for helping others. Allison Merry, allison@mswonlineprograms.org

Outward Bound for Veterans Outward Bound, an international non-profit outdoor education program, is offering fully funded outdoor adventure excursions to all OEF/OIF veterans. It doesn't matter what your current  military status is (active, inactive, discharged, retired) - you're eligible to attend as long as you deployed in support of OEF/OIF combat operations.  These five-day excursions offer adventure activities such as backpacking, rock climbing, canyoneering, canoeing, and dog sledding in beautiful wilderness areas in Maine, Texas, Colorado, California, Minnesota and many other states.  All expedition costs for lodging, equipment, food, and instruction are completely funded by a multi-million dollar Sierra Club grant, including the participants' round-trip transportation between home and the wilderness site.  The excursion is offered at no cost to the participant. 

These excellent Vocational & Technical Schools are also covered under the Post 9/11 GI Bill and these schools offer 100% Tuition Assistance


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