Changes to the ‘Forever’ GI Bill - What It Means for You
Created specifically for returning WWII veterans, the GI Bill provides tuition expense benefits for service members to attend a college or vocational/technical school. The Bill underwent a change after the events of 9/11. While it still funded a public undergraduate education to veterans who have served four years on active duty since 9/11, a monthly living stipend while pursuing a degree was added, and as well as the ability to transfer benefits to a spouse or children, to be used within 15 years of service.
Army Infantry Officer Jumpstarts Career with JWMI’s MBA Program
Since 2015, Orion Talent has partnered with The Jack Welch Management Institute (JWMI) to help Veterans pursue higher education with high-impact, accredited online MBA degrees and Executive Certificate programs.
What the "Forever GI Bill" Means for Veterans and Current Service Members
Last week, President Trump put pen to paper making the “Forever GI Bill” official. Formally known as the Harry W. Colmery Veterans Educational Assistance Act of 2017, the new bill makes many changes.
Bachelor’s Degree vs. Military Experience
Veterans bring a diverse range of skillsets with them to the civilian world. They have the proven ability to learn new skills and concepts. In addition, they can enter your workforce with identifiable and transferable skills, proven in real world situations.
Student Veterans Working with Orion
Regardless of how long you have until graduation, it's never too early to begin working with Orion. Orion is the nation's largest military career placement firm, and we'll help put your hard-earned degree to work. Watch the video below to learn more about working with Orion.
How to Claim Federal Tax Credits for Hiring Veterans
Hiring veterans comes with a variety of great benefits, ranging from the leadership and technical skills veterans bring to the table to cost benefits, like relocation savings or savings on healthcare premiums.
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