VA Adds 15 New Provisions to the Forever GI Bill Contributed by Debbie Gregory Earlier this month, the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) implemented 15 more provisions of the Forever GI Bill that will impact veterans and their families who are using the benefits. “From the day the Forever GI Bill was signed […]
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GI Benefits and YOU Contributed by Kris Baydalla-Galasso It is “back to school” season across the country. Our college campuses are getting ready to welcome a new crop of freshmen students with open arms – and some are getting ready to welcome our military veterans into the ranks of their student body. Unavoidably, the […]
The GI Bill is one of the most amazing benefits offered to those who serve. By using this benefit, veterans can earn a degree or vocational certificate, get paid while in school, and jump-start their post-military lives. Touro University Worldwide (TUW) understands the importance of educating our country’s active military students and veterans who […]
Debbie Gregory. Statute 38 U.S.C. 3683 is an ethics law that prohibits Department of Veterans Affairs employees from receiving money or owning a stake in for-profit colleges. But the VA is now pushing back, claiming that the 50-year-old statute is redundant due to the other conflict-of-interest laws that apply to all federal employees and provide […]
By Debbie Gregory. When separating from their military service, there are many newly-minted veterans who aren’t desirous of attending a traditional college or university to cash in on their veteran school benefits. A better fitting veteran education option for them might be on-the-job (OJT) training or an apprenticeship program. Both OJT and apprenticeship programs are […]
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