There are many resources available for Veterans, and especially for those who have become disabled during their service. This link gives full details on the Vocational Training Program offered by the VA, https://www.benefits.va.gov/vocrehab/. The VA offers skills coaching and access to help for Veterans wishing to start their own businesses. If you have a service-connected disability that makes it difficult for you to work in your previous profession, VA offers counseling, training, education, job placement, and other services to help you launch a new career. Find out if you are eligible and apply online at www.eBenefits.VA.gov.
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The G.I. Bill is a major help in accessing educational opportunities. Here are some important links to help Veterans find out more about the G.I Bill.
Many VA and other government resources exist to help you choose a school and education program. Visit these VA and non-VA sites for guidance:
- Use the GI Bill Comparison Tool to help you find a school and determine your GI Bill benefits while attending it.
- Get the guide to choosing a school.
- Learn about the President’s Principles of Excellence program and which schools participate.
- Review the following additional VA and non-VA sources that may help with your education decisions: