Greetings all! So I’m in online classes from Aug 29 – Dec 10 for a total of 6 credit hours. To my understanding I get zero MHA for this?! Can anyone help with this?
I received my BA using the Post 9/11 GI Bill over a decade ago, but now I want to continue my education through a Master’s Program.
I received my degree through a private college and I’m pretty positive I have nothing left to use in the GI Bill. Is it possible to go through the VA for a Masters Program or would I need to take care of it out of pocket? I am currently receiving 70% disability.
If anyone is getting out or just got out with prior aviation mx experience, I can answer questions.
When I was in, everyone was hush hush about it, and I didn't realize how easy it could be for veterans to just get certified.
I went through a skillbridge at my University (Embry Riddle). 3 month crash course, FSDO sign off for my job code which green lit written test, then oral and practical. Took approximately four months to get certified, then I had a job making 25/hr. Best decision of my life.
Civilian Aviation is fcking awesome.
Anybody here have experience pursuing their bachelor's degree without using their GI bill? I'd like to save my GI bill for veterinary school because it costs about $200,000. I was wondering if there are any colleges out there that are known for exceptional veteran benefits. Does anyone here have reccomendations for veteran friendly and affordable programs to pursue a bachelor's degree? I'm open to online or in person schooling. Any advice helps. Thanks.
I Just got out of the navy in June and already starting to have regrets. I’m currently going to college (odu) but I’m not doing too hot and feel like a complete dumbass in some of my classes. I study for hours a day and I barely get by (computer science). It doesn’t help that I don’t know what I really even want to do. Thought about changing my major but idek what I want, I don’t want to switch majors and end up in this same situation and waste more time and gi bill. I was a corpsman in the navy and didn’t really enjoy it so I left. I Joined at 18 not knowing what I wanted and just picked it because it was either that or Un designated seaman. Now I’m 23, failing 1 class and already dropped 1, jobless and my girl is pregnant. The mha I get from school is ok but when we have the baby I’m gonna need more money. I only left the navy with 10k in savings. Thought about applying to a union but I don’t know shit about construction and I’m scared they are just gonna deny me because Im totally green. Ive heard trade schools aren’t worth it but idk. Tidewater has some programs I’ve been lookin at. I’ve been considering re joining too. Has anyone else been in a similar situation and have any advice? I should’ve prepared better.
Been out almost a month with no dd214, can’t file for unemployment, can’t complete my disability request, my school isn’t being paid for and I won’t be getting a stipend until they receive my dd214. I can’t afford to pay for school and my living expenses, I guess I’m just going to drop out of all my classes and get to working, Estimated back log is 2-12 months I hate the Navy with a passion.
I will ETS in the next year and will be going back to school afterwards. The problem is I haven’t done any kind of math since my junior year of high school and would like to know any websites or places to start to catch myself up so that I’m not setting myself up for failure when I attend college. Anything helps I appreciate it guys.
Does anyone's migraines and vertigo give them trouble concentrating at work? It's been happening alot recently and not sure if I should apply for TDIU in the near future if this continues (pushing through for now). If so, can I quit on grounds of my issues are causing trouble at work? Should I "get let go?". Should I inform my employer and the VA first about this issue? What exactly does the VA look at when you apply?