FIND MILITARY-FRIENDLY SCHOOLS
THAT MEET YOUR NEEDS AND GIVE CREDIT FOR MILITARY EXPERIENCE
Making a decision to go to school is an important one, so finding the school that has the right training program for the energy industry and supports veterans like you through completion of education goals is critical. Find schools that have student veteran organizations that can help provide peer-to-peer support. Also consider non-traditional programs that are flexible, such as accelerated, distance learning, and weekend programs.
- FIND COMMUNITY COLLEGE PROGRAMS THAT TRAIN FOR ENERGY JOBS.
Use our National Energy Education Network (NEEN) Program Locator
- LOCATE SERVICEMEMBERS OPPORTUNITY COLLEGES (SOC) AND G.I. JOBS MILITARY FRIENDLY SCHOOLS.
SOC functions in cooperation with 15 higher education associations, the Department of Defense, and Active and Reserve Components of the Military Services to expand and improve voluntary postsecondary education opportunities for servicemembers worldwide.
Find SOCs in your area or for your branch of the military.
- FIND OUT IF THE PROGRAMS YOU ARE PURSUING CAN PROVIDE CREDIT FOR YOUR MILITARY TRAINING AND EXPERIENCE to accelerate your time to completion and a rewarding energy job.
American Council on Education (ACE) provides a Military Guide for recognizing learning acquired in the military.
- CONSIDER LOOKING AT THE FOLLOWING ONLINE COLLEGES OFFERING ENERGY CURRICULUM:
Energy Providers Coalition for Education (EPCE): http://epceonline.org/
Thomas Edison State College (TESC): https://www.tesu.edu/military
Find Energy Jobs:
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