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Before we can process your application, we will need a copy of your DD-214 in order to verify your benefits, as well as your resume if you have one.

We will not be able to successfully process your application without these required documents, so please do not delay!

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Thank you for applying to be considered for our partner’s program. We have received your application and are sending your information to our training partner for them to continue with their approval process. Your Veteran Career Specialist will be in touch with you in the next several days as they learn more about your application’s status.

What will my GI Bill cover?
Your benefits may cover up to 100% of your 9 weeks of training, books, testing vouchers, practice tests, exam crams, and can provide with additional benefits to help pay for food or expenses back home. We understand the needs of military veterans who want to further their post-military careers, and we can help make the process of applying for and getting your GI Bill benefits easier than you think.

What are the first steps?
Our experienced team of Veteran Career Specialists will work with you to determine if you qualify for veterans education benefits towards our programs. You will need to provide a copy of your VA GI Bill COE (Certificate of Eligibility) or screenshot of your COE from VA e-Benefits website to begin. We will assist you through the application process so you can start your training as quickly as possible.
If you are enrolled or have utilized your Post 9/11 entitlement for any training from August 1, 2017 to the present, you must also provide a copy of your most recent Award Letter from the VA. This will show what amount of entitlement has been used in the current calendar year. Once we evaluate your COE and the Award Letter (if applicable) up to 100% of the cost of your training may be covered.
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