Why use your GI Bill or other military tuition-support program right now?
While you're in the military, a higher education helps you move up the military ranks. A college education allows an E-7 to separate himself when it comes time for a promotion to E-8. Once you leave the military, a college degree is a sure boost for your next career move; a college degree expands your earning power, as civilian jobs that pay more tend to require college degrees.
As an active duty military servicemember or veteran, why wait any longer access your GI Bill benefits? There's a tuition support program designed to fit your goals, it's available to you today. Remember, it's your GI Bill - when you use it to benefit you.
The Montgomery GI Bill/ Active Duty, called "MGIB," provides up to 36 months of education benefits for College, Business, Technical or Vocational Courses, Correspondence Courses, Apprenticeship/Job Training and Flight Training.
Just like its counterpart for veterans and active duty military, The Montgomery GI Bill - Selected Reserve (MGIB - SR) benefits the military men and women enrolled in the Selected Reserve of the Army, Navy, Air Force, Marine Corps, and Coast Guard, and the Army and Air National Guard.
There is more than one way to use your GI Bill benefits when you are a Reserve or National Guard servicemember - including a little known option called the GI Bill On-The-Job Training and Apprentice Program (OJT).
Veterans Educational Assistance Program (VEAP) is available if you make contributions from your military pay to participate. Your contributions are matched $2 for $1 by the government. How's that for a good return on your investment?
The military wants to help you repay your student loans. There's a great deal of support from the military. All you need to do is apply for your benefits.
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