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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Cook Up a Career

THE CULINARY INSTITUTE OF AMERICA

The Culinary Institute of America (CIA) was founded in 1946 in New Haven, Connecticut, to provide culinary training and careers for returning veterans of World War II. Today, more than 150 veterans from all branches of the military enhance the college’s student...

Education, Search & Employ®, May-June 2015

He Started to Prepare Early

TRIDENT UNIVERSITY INTERNATIONAL

“My transition was easy,” said Emanuel “Manny” Sepulveda, a military education liaison for Trident University International and a 20-year veteran of the United States Navy. Before you jump to any conclusions, Manny was not being arrogant. Talking to him, even for...

Education, Search & Employ®, May-June 2015

A Veteran Helping Veterans

WILLIAM JAMES COLLEGE

William James College (WJC), formerly known as the Massachusetts School of Professional Psychology, and located in Newton, Massachusetts, provides graduate education in clinical, counseling, school, forensic and organizational psychology, as well as executive coaching. WJC...

Education, Search & Employ®, May-June 2015

AIM Keeps Them Flying

AVIATION INSTITUTE OF MAINTENANCE

Aviation Institute of Maintenance (AIM) is part of a group of companies that began in Norfolk, Virginia, in 1969 to help veterans translate their military experience into civilian jobs and find employment. In 1994, the first aviation school opened in Norfolk to...

Education, Search & Employ®, May-June 2015