Other Veteran Schools
Veteran Vocational Schools
Veteran Vocational and Veteran Technical offers the fastest turnaround from classroom to workplace, from new skills to paychecks. There are hundreds of promising occupations out there that you may not have thought of for people of every interest and aptitude. Veteran Vocational schools offer the high school graduate as well as people who haven't yet finished high school, practical, occupation-specific training for Veterans. The setting is community colleges, trade schools, technical institutes, and junior colleges, some of them public, some private. And, of course, your own living room through Online Veteran Vocational Training and Distance Vocational Training.
Vocational training for Veterans in an in-demand career is an investment in your economic future. Use your Post 9/11 GI Bill benefits to train for a position in electronics and HVAC industry, or in an automotive industry, healthcare, paralegal or IT technology. Whatever you select, Veteran Vocational Education should be part of your post-military life goals.
Veteran Online Education
An online military education can accommodate the busy lives of service members and veteran learners. Online military and online veteran education is a convenient way to attain your degree. Higher education adds tremendous value to the quality of life enjoyed by individual Americans, the strength of our nation's economy, and the health of our communities.
Service Members Opportunity Colleges (SOC)
The SOC is an association of more than 1550 colleges and universities that ensure service members are given sufficient educational opportunities. The SOC association of schools has agreed to work together to make it easier for you and your family members to enroll in college programs by simplifying credit transfers and reducing residency requirements (the credits required to earn a degree at a given school). In addition, SOC schools normally offer distance learning programs, as well as degree programs and individual courses.