The Department of Veterans Affairs offers a variety of military education benefits to qualifying veterans and family members. But not all of the education benefits you can use with or in place of the GI Bill come from the VA or the federal government. While the VA does not endorse third-party services, it does maintain… Read more »
Which GI Bill is better? Do members of the Guard and Reserve get different options than those on active duty? Are the requirements identical or different? We examine the similarities and differences between GI Bill programs below.
The new GI Bill reporting law helps school officials by reducing the amount of paperwork required to process student veteran benefits. Read more.
A Comprehensive Guide to Military Benefits Joining the United States Military as a soldier, sailor, airman, Marine, Coast Guard member or Space Force Guardian means accepting a commission or taking an oath of enlistment. The oath describes the new servicemember’s obligations to support and defend the Constitution of the United States against all enemies foreign… Read more »
Guide for Going Back-to-School for Military Families School is back in session, what benefits can help a military family start the new year off right? The summer flew by, and now it is time to start thinking about a new school year. Whether you are a military member or spouse going back to school yourself,… Read more »
Wednesday, June 22, 2022, marked the 78th anniversary of the GI Bill, which was enacted in 1944 to support those returning home from World War Two. The Department of Veterans Affairs issued a press release in honor of the anniversary, noting its impact over the years.
If you are a veteran with a qualifying VA-rated disability that affects your ability to find or keep a job, there is VA help in the form of a program called Veteran Readiness and Employment program.
Active duty military life means moving. The Military Interstate Compact addresses the education transition issues of children of military families. Learn how.