You've earned the right to a higher education through your service in the U.S. Armed Forces. But how do you use your GI Bill benefits? Which version is right for you? The Legion can help answer questions about state and/or federal education benefits, who can use them, and how long.
From athletic training to geospatial technology, good salaries are waiting to be earned in job categories that are growing.
Unless additional funding arrives before November first, current and prospective G.I. Bill students will lose benefits, says VA secretary.
Several schools are protecting DoD-supported students during the government shutdown by suspending their tuition payments.
Legion, Student Veterans of America and VFW team up to create interactive map of United States to help veterans find states that offer in-state tuition to all veterans.
Obama’s proposal to tie federal support to higher education performance measures inspires specualtion among Legion panelists.
Education Roundtable and Credentialing Roundtable figure to make further progress on both issues at national convention.
Military experience and training can help veterans land good jobs that are in high demand.
Four years since its implementation, VA reports that masses of veterans, servicemembers and family members have used landmark education legislation.
Legion, SBA and Syracuse University collaborate on intensive training program for would-be women vet business owners during national convention in Houston.
The American Legion drafted the original GI Bill, today celebrating its 69th anniversary, and is the leading advocate in making sure it continues to meet the need of the nation’s veterans.