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For Veterans seeking employment, there are a number of options available specifically for Veterans – ranging from help finding a job right now, to college and special training programs, and even starting your own business. Read below to learn more.


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College Navigator · Veteran Education Resources

Find educational institutions that provide high-quality academic and student support services to Service members, Reservists, Veterans, and military families. College Navigator only features schools that follow new federally-mandated “Principles of Excellence!”

VA Work-Study Program · Veteran Education Resources

The V.A. Work-Study Program allows veterans to earn additional income while attending school (usually in the form of a part-time job with a veteran-related organization). Talk to your local veterans’ affairs representative at any university or community college or call 1-888-GI-BILL-1 for more information.

The GI Bill · Veteran Education Resources

The GI Bill is one of the most valuable benefits veterans have access to. Listed below is a summary of requirements and benefits: Post-9/11 GI Bill Eligibility: The Post-9/11 GI Bill is a new education benefit program for service members and veterans who served on active duty on or after September 11, 2001. To be eligible, the service member or veteran must serve at least 90 aggregate days on active duty after September 10, 2001, and remain on active duty or be honorably: ...

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Learn about the veteran advantages to starting a small business.


The Small Business Administration (SBA) has special loan programs designed to help veterans start and/or grow their own business.

The Federal government has a mandate to provide contracts for various services to veteran owned businesses whenever it can, more information can be learned by contacting the “Veterans First” Contracting program.

Vet Biz provides information about help for Disabled Veteran-Owned Businesses and Veteran-Owned Small Businesses.

Veteran Career News

How Humanitarian Organizations Supply Intel from Syria to US Intelligence Agencies

Firas Samuri for Veterans Today   There is overwhelming evidence of the U.S. intervention in the Syrian crisis, which the mainstream media has repeatedly reported about. Today I would like to publish exclusive materials, evidencing the White House sent its agents under the guise of humanitarian organizations to the Syrian Arab Republic. As an anonymous

Israel Carries Out Massive Strike On Gaza, Locals Protest Against US-backed Forces In Syria

…from SouthFront Tensions between the local population and the US-backed Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) are growing. Protests against the SDF have recently erupted in the cities of Manbij, Hasakah and Raqqah. The predominantly Arab local population protested against behavior and policies, including forced conscription, implemented by the SDF. Forces of the US-led coalition were even

You just can’t make this stuff up!

Jim W. Dean - P.T. Barnun said, "There's a sucker born every minute". Televangelists have a smoother way of pointing that out, by diverting tens of millions that could go to helping people into their ego-feeding private jets.

France’s Total pivots from Iran to Russia with huge energy investment

Today we have Total Energy making a quick move to replace its lost Iranian South Pars deal with this new Russian deal, where the LNG operations are not under sanctions...at this time.

TCK RADIO: St Vincent Ferrer On The Antichrist & Signs of the End

Join me in this in depth look at the sermon of St. Vincent Ferrer wherein he discusses the Antichrist and some of the signs of the end.

Saudi Coalition War of Attrition on Yemen refusing Political Settlement

The Saudi coalition against Yemen is following in the shoes of Israel, in that public opinion never figures into anything it wants to do militarily, as it sees no resistance.

Transfer of the US Embassy to Jerusalem: Legal implications

The questions of international legality cannot be separated from those of politics and peace in a wider sense.

Iran decries US 9/11 court verdict

Iran "reserves all its legal rights to battle the verdict and its probable damages." Will it mount a 9/11 truth defense?