Timesaving Programs Archive

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Wounded Warrior Programs

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Wounded veterans face additional issues when attempting to go back to school. The DoD and Department of Veterans Affairs have several programs designed to help them achieve their education and career goals. Select any of the following links to learn more about veteran education Wounded Warior education support programs offered by the DoD and VA and other support programs organizations. The Post-9/11 GI Bill will pay you a housing allowance w... more

ABCTE Offers the Passport to Teaching Program

Military spouses who teach would find PCS moves less stressful under a proposal to make it easier to get certification in all states. Amy Newcomb/Army

The American Board, also known as the American Board for the Certification of Teacher Excellence (ABCTE), is a non-profit organization dedicated to putting qualified professionals in classrooms. The ABCTE offers an online independent study program that will prepare you to teach. The program is much more affordable than returning to school and can be completed at your own pace. Most students take an average of 10 months from enrollment to cert... more

Veterans Support Programs

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Veterans have several programs designed to help them achieve their education and career goals. One of the first places you can turn to is the Department of Veterans Affairs. The VA does more than just cover your expenses through the GI Bill, VA also has education support programs to help you achieve success through training and non-traditional education support. Select any of the following links to learn more about veteran education support p... more

Timesaving Programs Overview

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There are many timesaving programs available to prospective college students which give college credit without taking classes.  Many are even free or offered at reduced cost. You can get college credit for military experience, take tests to demonstrate that you already have the knowledge that you would gain from a class, or use your military experience to help you get a job as a teacher. For those who are thinking of attending college, ther... more

Servicemembers Opportunity Colleges (SOC)

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If you and your family frequently transfer, it can be very difficult to complete your college degrees. That is why SOC, an association of approximately 1900 colleges and universities, was created: to ensure Servicemembers like you and your family are given sufficient educational opportunities. SOC is funded by the Department of Defense (DoD) and coordinated through DANTES. The SOC association of schools has agreed to work together to make it ... more

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College is expensive and time consuming. Thankfully, servicemembers, veterans, and family members have access to programs that offer ways to save both time and money. This section will help you take advantage of credit-by-exams, college preparation/tutorial assistance, and getting college credit for military service

 
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