The Veteran’s Educational Assistance Program offers educational assistance to veterans who have made payments for the duration of their service.
The Reserve Educational Assistance Program, known as REAP for short, makes VA school benefits available to Reserve members of any military branch.
In the event of a permanently disabling injury or death during service, eligible dependents and survivors of these veterans are able to obtain VA education.
The National Call to Service Program is one of the many GI education benefits available to service men and women who served 8 or more years.
For unemployed veterans, this program which is known as veterans retraining assistance program comes under VOW to hire hero’s act of 2011.
Hiring of Heroes, a scheme initiated by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce in March 2011 assists redundant veterans of the military in securing jobs.
If we talk about the word VOW, the main reason to start this act “Vow to hire heroes” was to reduce the unemployment in the veterans.
The Military Spouse Alliance finds means to assist partners of military servicemen and women through employment.
Till the time you are discharged from your active duty and you are a member of military service you qualify for the educational and vocational counseling.
The Veterans Association offers a number of veteran education assistance programs, including scholarship and loan repayment opportunities.