Making Career and Education Decisions
Making decisions about what path you will take when pursuing your education and career can be overwhelming, but don’t worry. If you need assistance, admissions advisors or career counselors at a military-friendly college can help you determine the direction that may be the best suited for you. They can also help guide you to make the most of your military education benefits.
For details on various schools, programs, and military benefits for college, active and reserve service members should get in touch with their local education service office. Veterans can seek assistance from a career and employment counselor in the Department of Veterans’ Affairs.
Below are some resources to get you started:
Part 1: Use Your Military Benefits to Pay for School
Part 2: Scholarships, Federal Student Aid, Navigating the “New” GI Bill®, and VA Quick Links
Part 4: Making the Transition from Military Service to School
Coming Up in Part Four
We hope you find this information useful as you start to assess your career options, ultimate goals, and various degrees at military-friendly colleges. Coming up in part four we will cover:
- Selecting the Right School
- Making the Transition from Service to School
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