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Military Websites that Provide Information about Benefits and Resources

  • VA eBenefits This website allows veterans, service members, and their family members to access a wide range of benefit information, from the Montgomery GI Bill and Post 911GI Bill, to medical benefits and insurance. It also provides links to the National Resource Directory, which contains important and useful information for veterans.

  • Go Army Ed Here you can find information on tuition assistance and managing your education records.
    • From the site: “GoArmyEd is the virtual gateway for all eligible Active Duty, National Guard and Army Reserve Soldiers to request Tuition Assistance (TA) online, anytime, anywhere for classroom and distance learning. It allows Soldiers to manage their education records including college classes, testing, on-duty classes and Army Education Counselor support. GoArmyEd is also the virtual gateway for Army Civilians to apply for their Civilian education, training, and leader development events.”

  • Military OneSource: This site has a link to talk with an education expert about what is available in terms of educational opportunities, support, and benefits.
    • From the site: “Your search stops here – click around for answers to the military life questions you didn't even know to ask. Military OneSource is your central hub and go-to-place for the military community. Get to know your benefits and prepare for the big stuff – deployments, reintegration, moves, parenthood, retirement and more. Browse by topic or search for that strangely specific question you want to know the answers to. No matter where military life takes you, with Military OneSource you'll always be in the loop.”

  • DANTES: Find links on this site to institutions interested in providing higher education to service members.
    • From the site: "The Defense Activity for Non-Traditional Education Support (DANTES) helps Service members and Veteranspursue their educational goals and earn degrees or certifications both during and after their service. DANTES is a Department of Defense agency that provides leadership and support for this important effort through partnerships across the education comunity."

  • Department of Education Student Resources: This page on the Department of Education website has resources on choosing a school, financing your education, and finding internships and volunteer opportunities that will set you up for success.

  • Servicemembers Opportunity Colleges: The SOC provides information and support for service members who seek to complete their degrees and further their education.
    • From the site: "Servicemembers Opportunity Colleges (SOC) was created in 1972 to provide educational opportunities to servicemembers experiencing trouble completing college degrees due to their frequent moves ... The SOC Program is a cooperative civilian and military effort designed to link servicemembers to institutions that provide high quality education while 1) maximizing the proper award of academic credit for military training and experience, and alternative testing, and 2) facilitatingthe transferability of creadits, so servicemembers can reach their educational goals and the goals of the Services."

  • Army Study Guide: This site is full of military resources, from detailed study guides to help you in your military training to information about jobs and military schools. There is also information about colleges and benefits available to veterans and service members.
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