There are two types of child care military families come to know – one is provided by the agency found on most military bases known as the Child Development Center or CDC. These offer full-day, part-day, and drop-in care for military families with children aged six weeks to five years old, and operate on schedules […]
Veteran, Military Transition & Military Spouse Job Information and Resources Find employment, training, benefits programs and resources for transitioning servicemembers, veterans and military spouses. Veteran Employment & Military Transition Programs DoD SkillBridge Individual Unemployability Benefit Military Job Assistance Programs for Transitioning Service Members Military Transition Assistance & Career Help Military Transition Programs Transition Assistance Program (TAP) […]
Due to the incredible benefits of the VA home loan, many military veterans end up as landlords. And, some of these individuals become full-time real estate investors after their military service. To reduce their tax burdens, these investors often ask about the real estate professional designation for veterans. As such, we’ll use this article to […]
Many people associate the GI Bill with paying for formal classroom instruction at a state-supported school or university. But GI Bill benefits are more flexible and provide help for those who seek a variety of non-traditional education options including using their benefits to get on-the-job training (OJT) or apprenticeships. What does it take to qualify […]
In today’s economy, many employers struggle to find high-quality candidates for job openings. To help, businesses should look to the veteran community. Veterans provide employers a wealth of experience, soft skills, and commitment, making them great additions to any business. As such, we’ll use this article as a step by step guide to hiring veterans. […]
The Federal Bureau of Investigation is a U.S. federal agency charged with upholding domestic criminal law, and with defending the United States against terrorism and “foreign intelligence threats,” according to the FBI official site. Created in the early 1900s, this agency’s priorities include investigating and defending against cybersecurity threats, public corruption, and protecting civil rights. […]
Veteran Readiness and Employment (VR&E), formerly referred to as Vocational Rehabilitation and Employment or “Voc Rehab” is available for veterans and servicemembers with service-connected disabilities and need help with employment. The VR&E program is implemented in Chapter 31 of Title 38 of the Code of Federal Regulations, so the benefits are also sometimes referred to […]
There are many job search tools for veterans and those transitioning out of military careers back into the private sector. Many have used Google in their job searches. They released special enhancements to its search engine aimed specifically at military people searching for new jobs. Prior, it was only possible to search for new listings […]
The U.S. Department of Education (ED) rescinded Gainful Employment (GE) effective July 2020. In a long-expected move, the Education Department finalized its repeal of an Obama-era regulation that threatened to cut off federal student aid to vocational programs whose graduates consistently have high loan payments relative to their income. Education Department officials successfully argued that […]
What are the best civilian career fields for veterans? Transitioning out of the military and back into civilian life can be difficult in more ways than one, and there’s no one-size-fits-all career path for those making the jump. But in general, some fields and industries offer more for veterans. Government Government jobs are a natural […]
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