Knowing what sets you apart from other students can help lead to your success.
If it’s been a few years since you were in school, there are a number of topics on which you may want a quick refresher.
If you're worried about starting school put your worries aside. Let us explain why you are better qualified than you think!
The college search and selection process can be a very difficult time for anyone who chooses the path to higher education.
Service 2 School.org offers transitioning veterans application help and networking assistance
Service 2 School offers helpful tips and guides written by veterans for veterans
An uninformed choice of college major can lead to underemployment, unemployment or just plain dissatisfaction.
Service members have diverse backgrounds and life experiences, but what they all benefit from direct mentoring.
Of the approximately 1.1 million military children who attend public school, about 80% do so in non-military schools.
One important chapter out of any Air Force or civilian Career Guide is learning to be an expert in your chosen field.
Meet the Mentor is an interview with an ACP Mentor that seeks to learn his or her perspective on leadership and mentoring.
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The nation's business leaders can lead the way in making sure that those who served now find lasting careers.
While the value of a mentor-protégé relationship is understood, the Air Force could benefit from a renewed emphasis on...
Mentors can mitigate many transitional issues by giving veterans advice about resumes, networking,and professional...
I hate buzzwords. Too often, the word mentorship is wrongly used. By all appearances, however, ACP offers it in the truest...
When Canezin learned about Harvard's partnership with American Corporate Partners, he took the opportunity and became a...
The transition process might feel like trying to pull off a trapeze stunt without having the benefit of practice.
Reflecting on his education a servicemember recalls the long journey to getting a degree.
Access to higher education for veterans is important, but it is not enough; they must attain a degree, certificate, or...