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Get $4000 per fiscal year in Army Credentialing Assistance funding to train for nationally recognized certifications for high-demand careers in Accredited Paralegal (ALP), Certified Professional Paralegal CLP), Human Resource Certification (SHRM-SP & SHRM-SCP).
Credentialing Tuition Assistance
Who Can Participate?
Eligible Soldiers from Regular Army, Army National Guard, United States Army Reserve Officers, Warrant Officers, Noncommissioned Officers, and Enlisted. The COOL (Credentialing Opportunities On-Line) offers Soldiers the opportunity to prepare for the Future through Civilian Credentialing. Full Tuition and Material is paid by the ArmyIgnited Program.
How Do I get Started?
Contact the Credentialing Manager with any questions at 866-384-4563 or complete our online contact form. The Credentialing Manager will be in touch to help you through the process and provide more information about our credentialing program.
Opportunities for Veterans
GI Bill License and Certification Program - Military.com
In today’s business and federal workforce, having a license or certification can open doors for you. A license is required for most professions, and for jobs that are subject to state or other government regulations. Certification is voluntary, but frequently sought after. That’s because getting a certification can help you get, keep, or advance in a job.
In jobs like mechanics, realtors, medical technicians, project managers, computer network engineers, and many more it’s clear that certifications play a key role.
You can receive reimbursement of up to $2,000 per test but not more than the actual cost of the test. You can receive benefits to retake a test if you fail. The number of tests you can take is unlimited, except that you can’t receive benefits to retake a test you passed.
There are many resources that will have veterans match military skills and branches to civilian career consideration. Besides the Veterans Transitioning Services, Military.com. Gettinghired.com; Google Military Occupational tool helps transitioning service members and veterans prepare for whatever’s next by using Keywords, “jobs for veterans” on Google and enter your military occupational specialty code (MOS, AFSC, NEC or rating) to see relevant civilian jobs that require similar skills to those used in your military roles.