Have you ever heard of the GI Bill? Earned by members of the U.S. military, the GI Bill is an education benefit given to active duty, Selected Reserve and members of the National Guard and, in some cases, their families. Administered by the Department of Veterans Affairs, what part of the GI Bill program is used depends on a person’s eligibility, duty status and even years in service. Those factors also might change what kind of education it covers and how much the benefit is really worth.Post-9/11 GI Bill Active Duty Montgomery GI Bill Reserve and Guard Montgomery GI Bill Vocational Rehabilitation and Education Program These programs are not truly a part of the GI Bill, but are available to survivors of service members who die in the line of duty or dependents of totally disabled veterans:Dependents' Education Assistance (DEA) Fry ScholarshipCollege degree programs including Associate, Bachelor, and advanced degree programs Vocational/Technical Training including non-college degree programs On-the-job/Apprenticeship Training Licensing & Certification Reimbursement National Testing Programs such as SAT, CLEP, AP, etc Flight Training Correspondence Training Work-study programs Tuition Assistance Top-Up Tutorial Assistance
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