Internet Sites for Adults
Here you'll find a list of websites recommended by your librarians for accuracy and usefulness, arranged by subject.
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VeteransCenter for College Bound Veterans - This site helps veterans and their families learn the ins and outs of important college and career decisions. We partner with experts in veterans higher education to find and share the best resources on the web. Tuition and GI Bill, Civilian Careers, Credit for Service, and Yellow Ribbon are some of the areas covered.
Financial Aid for Veterans & Dependents - This guide delves deeply into the financial aid programs available to veterans, spouses and dependents. They’ve included information on the GI Bill, scholarships and grants, along with some important programs you may not know about. You’ll also find links to financial aid sources for veterans, dependents and students in general.
U.S. Department of Veteran's Affairs -The US Department of Veterans Affairs provides patient care and federal benefits to veterans and their dependents. The home page for the Department of Veterans Affairs provides links to veterans benefits .and services, as well as information and resources for other Departmental programs and offices.
Veterans’ Guide to Careers After the Military - After transitioning out of the military, many veterans choose to start on their path to a college degree or continue the post-secondary education they began before enlisting. For some, their military skills directly lead to a degree. For others, they’ll need to decide on a new path that best matches their interests and the skills they gained while on active duty. This guide will help veterans translate their military experience to a career, find the right degree and land a civilian job.
Veteran’s Guide to Online College Success - Helping Veterans Reach Their Academic Goals with Resources, Tips & Expert Advice. Two million World War II veterans took advantage of the newly established GI Bill in the aftermath of battle, gaining degrees and moving into meaningful professional roles after service. Yet today’s student veterans are dropping out at alarming rates – a 2012 study found that 88 percent of Iraq and Afghanistan war veterans left school after their freshman year. This guide is for student veterans looking for extra support and resources to gain a college degree.