Last updated on November 23rd, 2018
The following resources focus on Education Help for Military families and School Support
Educational Guides for military families
Higher Education Resources For Veterans and Their Families
What are the Most Military Friendly Universities in the U.S.?
Scholarships and Financial Aid for Veterans: Expert Guidance to Help Pay for College
Paying for Graduate School as a Military Service Member
50 Best Military Friendly Universities – from Affordable Colleges Online
School Quest Help Find a new school
Education Scholarships and Grants for Service Members and dependents
Armed Forces Survivors Education Fund – Educational fund for children of fallen heroes.
Children of Fallen Soldiers Relief Fund – Scholarships for military children whose parent died in battle.
Financial Aid for military – Guide to Scholarships and student loan info.
Military Scholar – Scholarships for military children.
National Association of State Approving Agencies Vets Education – Advocates for quality education and training programs for our nation’s veterans.
Operation Hero is a no-cost after school program tailored to the unique struggles of military children. The program is designed to help military kids (grades 2-8) get back on track in school and at home.
Other Government Education Help for military families
Army Training Support Center – Generates official transcript from your military training for free to give to prospective colleges for credit consideration.
DANTES – Distance learning, college credit for troop training, etc.
Additional Education Help for military families
Military Child Education Coalition – programs and resources to address the unique educational challenges that face military-connected children.
Princeton Army ROTC – training future officers
With a Reserve Officer Association membership, you can receive eknowledge’s SAT/ACT PowerPrep Programs for military service members and their families for free when you pay s&h. Standard PowerPrep™ – retail is $199.95
Tutor.com for military – online tutoring and homework help at no cost to active duty service members and their eligible dependents.
Finally, I pray the above resources on Education Help for Military families and School Support will bless you and your family.
Additional Various Good Military/Veteran Resources:
vets4warriors.com 855-838-8255, 24/7/365 including holidays and weekends for service members and their families. There is no “press one” or being on hold for an extended period of time. An actual veteran will answer the phone call.
Finally, Soldiers or military family members can call military one source for help anytime day or night for any issue whatsoever at 800-342-9647 or visit Military One Source
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Additional Military support resources from Ed Paul