Education

There are a lot of decisions to make when beginning your civilian career — for many, that starts with education. Use these resources to weigh your options in pursuing a degree or other employment training.

Includes:

  • Choosing the right college
  • Using your education benefits
  • Veteran Learning Portal
  • Disabled veterans employment & education guide

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“Forever GI Bill” Signed Into Law

Both the House and Senate moved quickly to send the "Forever GI" Bill to the President's desk for signature.

Employer Blog, Education, Job Seeker Blog

IEC Creates a Culture of Comradery for Veteran Students and Employees

IEC is proud to have multiple instructors who are veterans, themselves, and who understand veterans students’ needs. Camradery and a sense of belonging in the classroom are key attributes for veterans to learn. IEC’s veteran instructors pride themselves in leading by example.

July-August 2017, Education

IT PAYS TO LEARN: An education can yield a lifetime of rewards

Though the rising cost of education can be daunting, a college degree is still worth it in the long run.

Education, March-April 2017, Search & Employ®

Drexel University: Educating Veterans, Active-Duty Servicemembers, and Their Families Online

Drexel University was a pioneer in technology-enhanced education for working adults. The university launched its first online courses in 1996, and now offers more than 140 online degree and certificate programs – using the same accredited curriculum and faculty as it does on campus. Drexel also...

Education, Search & Employ®, November-December 2016