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Bridging the Military-Civilian Divide

Education Resources

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Many veterans have earned education benefits available through the G.I. Bill.

From college to tech school and job training programs, pursuing an education is a tremendous growth opportunity.

Education Services and Resources Near You

USVETAFF

GI Bill Comparison Tool Update

How about a tool launched in early February, a significant upgrade seven months later, then another upgrade three months later,…(more)

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VA expands Fry Scholarship to include surviving spouses

Surviving spouses of service members who died on active duty after Sept. 10, 2001, can now apply for the Fry…(more)

GOAL

Vegas PBS GOAL

GOAL provides personal enrichment, new skill development, or industry certification, offers programs and services designed to put Nevadans back to…(more)

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US Department Of Veterans Affairs

U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs

U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs provides information on health care, home loans, life insurance, pensions, business opportunities, vocational rehabilitation and…(more)

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Nevada Department of Employment, Training and Rehabilitation

Nevada Department of Employment, Training and Rehabilitation

Nevada Department of Employment, Training and Rehabilitation provide information on job referral and placement for vets.

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US Vets

U.S. Vets, Las Vegas Chapter

U.S. Vets, Las Vegas Chapter provides housing, counseling, career development and job placement assistance to homeless and at-risk veterans.

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National Education Services and Resources

5 Tips to Ease Adjusting to Student Life

Choose a school that’s military friendly. Many schools are starting to provide resources and services geared toward veterans and members…(more)

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Factors to Consider When Choosing a School: A guide before using the GI Bill

Making informed decisions about how to use your benefits and how they can best meet your needs means doing a…(more)

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Find Your County Veterans Service Officer (CVSO)

Start by connecting with your County Veterans Service Officer (CVSO).

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GI Bill Comparison Tool

GI Bill: Comparison Tool

Use this tool to match college affordability and value to choose the best education program for your needs.

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Make The Connection

Make the Connection – Education Stories

Make the Connection highlights powerful stories of strength and connection as real Veterans and Service members recount their paths from…(more)

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Post 9/11 GI Bill

Learn more about the Post 9/11 GI Bill education assistance.

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Search the National Resource Directory

The National Resource Directory has information about thousands of national and local programs, services and organizations, many in your community, that…(more)

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SVA – Student Veterans of America

SVA provides military veterans with resources, support, and advocacy needed to succeed in higher education and post-graduation.

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VA eBenefits

eBenefits is a central location for Veterans and their families to access and manage benefits and get service connected.

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Our Criteria for Selecting Resources

To ensure the highest standard of resources and organizations for veterans and their families, these criteria guide selection for inclusion on this website.

  1. Resource comes from a credible source.
  2. Resource is current and relevant.
  3. Resource is free and available at no cost to veterans and their families.
  4. Resource is commercial-free, no profit is derived from it.
  5. Resource is accessible, easy to get and easy to use; tangible and concrete.
  6. Organization or individual that created and/or is distributing the resource is nonpartisan. 501c4 organizations whose primary function is advocacy or educating about political issues or policy merit close scrutiny to determine nonpartisanship.