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People's Choice Nominees: Best Military Student Resources

Oct 06, 2011

Education can be a boon to any career, civilian or military. Many current and former military servicemen and women turn to school to improve their career prospects. Navigating the terrain of GI Bill and other funding can be difficult, but our nominees for Best Military Student Resources can lend a hand.

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Voting for the 2011 Education Resource People's Choice Awards has closed. Click here to see the final list of winners.

By Sarah Wright

If you're a military student, either currently active or honorably discharged from the Army, Navy, Air Force, Marines, National Guard or Reserves, you probably know that there are financial grant opportunities out there. But with the new Post-9/11 GI Bill, these options are different than they once were, and figuring out what's available to you can be difficult. If you need some guidance, check out our nominees for Best Military Student Resources.

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Military.com

Military.com is a multi-service website dedicated to helping veterans, active service members and military families from all branches. The education section of the site is just one of several, but it is thorough. Using the education section of Military.com, you can find information including how much school funding you qualify for using the GI Bill calculator. Additionally, you can search for programs with Veterans Assistance (VA) approval, sign up for an informative newsletter and get tips for success. You can also search for scholarships and find out if any programs you're interested in offer class credit for service time.

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  • Cultural Studies
  • Ethnic and Gender Studies
  • Geography and Cartography
  • Human and Consumer Sciences
  • Human and Social Services
  • Liberal Arts, Humanities, and General Studies
  • Military Studies
  • Parks, Recreation and Leisure Studies
  • Philosophy
  • Political Science
  • Public Administration
  • Religious Studies
  • Social Science and Studies
  • Social Studies and History
  • Theological, Religious, and Ministerial Studies

GlobalSecurity.org

The education section of GlobalSecurity.org helps you find schools in your area. Using the information request widget, you can fill in your zip code and find matches in your area for specific areas of study. These subjects include nursing, education, law and justice, business, psychology and technology. In addition to selecting a subject, you can choose what degree level you're interested in, including both undergraduate and graduate programs. The site may help connect you with a distance learning program that you can complete no matter where you're stationed.

GoArmyEd

An official offshoot of the U.S. Army website, GoArmyEd is a resource specifically for Soldiers and veterans. If you are currently serving active duty with, or are a veteran of the Army, National Guard or Army Reserve, this is a one-stop site to help you find schools, learn about what grants and funding you can receive, manage records and get tips for integrating school into your schedule. The site isn't just for Soldiers, though: Army Education Counselors can refer to the site for information, and schools can use the site to list course offerings.

All three nominees are highly deserving, but only one can win. Support your favorite, and don't forget to get the word out and vote on Facebook before October 21st!

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