Since 9/11, military veterans have experienced an unemployment rate about 50 percent higher than their predecessors, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. Exactly why that discrepancy exists is hard to say.
This is a note providing you an update on Veterans Access, Choice, and Accountability Act of 2014 (“Choice Act”) as it pertains to the in-state tuition provision – Section 702.
8 Keys To Veteran Success on Campus: A Collaboration Among the U.S. Departments of Education, Veterans Affairs, Defense, and Labor Over the next several years, the number of Service Members transitioning from military life to civilian life (as Veterans) is expected to increase significantly. A growing number of these Veterans will be enrolling at America’s […]
Ford Fund awarded $57,000 in scholarships to 50 high school students in San Diego who have parents in active service in the military. Winners of Operation Education scholarships were announced on Dec. 4 at a ceremony aboard the USS Midway.
Salt Lake Community College Honors U.S. Veterans, One of 145 Schools Participating Nationwide in Remembrance Day Roll Call Salt Lake Community College has joined a nationwide effort to honor American service men and women who have provided military service in Iraq and Afghanistan during the past decade. On Veterans Day, Friday, November 11, campus and […]
Excelsior College Assures Students Using Military Tuition Assistance (TA) Program “We’ve got your back” If proposed cuts in the military tuition assistance program happen, Excelsior’s students will not have to make up the difference Albany, N.Y. (November 1, 2011) – The Department of Defense (DoD) may be considering reducing the amount of tuition assistance it provides […]