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Veterans Retraining Assistance Program (VRAP): A Great Story

Today we found this wonderful video from the Department of Veterans Affairs YouTube Channel. It tells a great story about how the VRAP program works for real people. Take a look:


Veterans Retraining Assistance Program (VRAP) FAQ

With the deadline to join the Veterans Retraining Assistance Program fast approaching, we thought we'd share some of the helpful FAQs from the VRAP site to help our veteran readers that may be unsure if the program is right for them. Be sure to visit the VRAP page for complete information -- and apply before September 30th!

Who can use VRAP?

To qualify, a Veteran must:

  • Be at least 35 and no more than 60 
  • Be unemployed 
  • Have an other than dishonorable discharge 
  • Not be eligible for any other VA education benefit program (e.g., the Post-9/11 GI Bill, Montgomery GI Bill, Vocational Rehabilitation and Employment Assistance) 
  • Not be in receipt of VA compensation due to unemployab

What can I use the Veterans Retraining Assistance Program for? 

Participants must enroll in a program approved for VA benefits offered by a Community College or Technical School. The program must lead to an Associate Degree, Non-College Degree, or a Certificate and train you in a high demand occupation.

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