• G.I. Bill® 78th Anniversary – Paving the way for generations to come

    Today is the 78th anniversary of the G.I. Bill, which was established on June 22, 1944, to provide benefits in support of returning World War II service members.

  • VR&E participant becomes children’s book author

    A former Florida soldier and Veteran Readiness and Employment Service (VR&E) participant has turned the page, becoming an accomplished children’s book author.

  • VR&E participant becomes children’s book author

    A former Florida soldier and Veteran Readiness and Employment Service (VR&E) participant has turned the page, becoming an accomplished children’s book author.

  • Resources help Veterans with education, employment opportunities

    VA offers education and employment programs for Veterans interested in jump starting their college and career goals.

  • Don’t do college alone, go as part of a “posse” of 10 Veterans

    The Posse Foundation developed a program to prepare Veterans for […]

  • A spotlight on the Rogers STEM Scholarship during National Engineers Week

    National Engineers Week was first celebrated in 1951, dedicated to ensuring a diverse and well-educated future engineering workforce by increasing interest in careers in engineering and technology. This week, VA is celebrating engineers and engineering technicians and their positive contributions to the quality of life by promoting the importance of a technical education.

  • Celebrating skilled trade workers for Career and Technical Education Month

    February is Career and Technical Education Month, VA’s Education Service wants to celebrate the importance of skilled trade workers by highlighting the alternative education paths that we offer our Veterans, service members and their beneficiaries.

  • Veterans, active duty can take advantage of Public Service Loan Forgiveness program

    Veterans and active duty service members can get one step closer to student loan forgiveness through the Public Service Loan Forgiveness program.

  • Post-9/11 students at VA Institutions of Higher Learning (IHL) now required to verify enrollment monthly

    Are you a Post-9/11 GI Bill® student who relies on your Monthly Housing Allowance (MHA) and/or kicker payments while enrolled in school? If so, are you aware of the new monthly Enrollment Verification requirement for the 2021-2022 school year?

  • VA launches new Enrollment Verification requirement to protect GI Bill students

    Monthly enrollment verification is now required for Post-9/11 GI Bill® beneficiaries. Read on to learn more.

  • GI Bill: 77 years in the making

    The GI Bill, which continues to provide Veteran education and training benefits, as well as loan guaranty services, celebrates its 77th anniversary.

  • How to succeed in college or grad school #1: Outside the classroom

    In this first of several guest blog posts, Harvard Extension School Instructor Cynthia A. Meyersburg, Ph.D., guides student Veterans on how to prepare for and succeed when returning to an academic school. This post examines what student Vets should do outside the classroom.

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