Many veterans choose to start their own businesses when leaving the service. If you are considering Government Contracting. Dennis and Kathy Demolet of Demolet Consulting have outlined some basic guidelines. Unlike working in the private
As a veteran,spouse,or dependent you have a variety of options for education or continuing education. Before you can consider an educational choice of a school or program,you must first ask yourself,“What would I really
There are hundreds of scholarships available to veterans and their dependents in addition to their VA benefits. When considering your alternatives to financing an education,you must take the time to research the alternatives very
“Rural” is another way of saying “sparsely populated,” and some rural areas can be hours away from a VA medical center. To manage that distance, My HealtheVet has stepped in to make new strides in online
When you transition out of the military, you have three options. You can get further training or education, start a business or find employment. If you are like many transitioning veterans, you need to put
When you leave the military, you may be thinking you are looking for a job, and you may well be. It may be better to look at your search in a broader view. You should begin developing a career plan.
Preparing to leave the military after your service is critical to where you will go and how well you are prepared for your transition into civilian life. This can be a daunting task, but with proper
Veterans with a service-connected disability have the opportunity to set up a SDVOSB, which gives them an opportunity to gain preference in government contracting and other areas. This article by Dennis and Kathy Demolet outlines the answers to