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VA programs offer our employees a chance to head back to school and further their professional development.
If you’re on the fence about whether to continue your education, consider these five questions before taking the leap back into school.
For Debbie Sommer, being a VA nurse has paid off, […]
The VA National Education for Employees Program (VANEEP) covers your education costs and also pays your replacement salary while you attend school full-time.
EES’ most recent accreditation in respiratory therapy from the American Association of Respiratory Care offers invaluable up-to-date training as most hospitalized COVID patients require oxygen therapy.
SimLEARN Program helps VA health care providers keep skills sharp and maintain readiness. More than 1000 nurses will have trained in one their programs by the end of September.
Military spouses interested in continuing their education to advance a […]
VA offers various programs for Veterans and their transitioning military spouses that support their search for a successful civilian career.
The VA National Education for Employees Program provides a tax-free scholarship to qualifying VA employees so they can pursue clinical licensure.
VANEEP provides a tax-free scholarship to qualifying VA employees, like Amy Grim, who took nursing classes at night to become a VA nurse.
Continuous learning is an essential component of providing top-notch healthcare […]
The fellowship helped me to pinpoint where my own strengths lie and how to wield them to make an impact in my career.
If you are a Veteran in crisis
or concerned about one, connect with our caring, qualified responders for confidential help. Many of
them are Veterans themselves.
Get more resources at VeteransCrisisLine.net.
Last updated September 28, 2022
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