Serving your country was tough.
Landing your new civilian career shouldn’t be.
The best way we can thank our servicemen and women is to serve them when they return home. Carolina Career College helps veterans transition from their military career into a rewarding Information Technology career upon separation.
In November 2016, militaryfriendly.com named Carolina Career College a 2017 Military Friendly School! What does that mean?
According to militaryfriendly.com, schools with the Military Friendly Schools designation have been “recognized for exhibiting leading practices in recruiting and supporting post-military students”.
Carolina Career College has a track record of helping veterans transition, often helping them get placed in new careers with military friendly employers. More and more companies are seeking candidates that possess IT certifications. Veterans that possess certifications, and in some cases security clearances, can be very valuable to many employers.
Even if your MOS was not IT-related, Carolina Career College can help train you for a career in the IT field. While there are many military friendly colleges to consider, Carolina Career College offers accelerated programs that can help get you certified and working in the IT field as quickly as possible. Many students start working in their new career before they finish training.
GI Bill funding can pay for 100% tuition without the need for loans.
The Post-9/11 GI Bill provides up to 36 months of education benefits. It is payable only for training at an eligible institution. The benefits cover tuition and fees.
Interested in continuing to work for the U.S. government following separation? Did you know DoD 8570.1 requires certain IT certifications for certain position categories? These certifications include:
Here are some veterans who have utilized Carolina Career College for their military to civilian transition:
Jeff is a United States Army Veteran and Carolina Career College graduate. He was deployed to Iraq and Afghanistan six times, and awarded a Silver Star, the nation’s third highest honor for bravery. Today, Jeff loves his new IT career at one of the world’s largest networking companies.
After 8 years as a flight medic in the Army, she worked at a roller rink to pay the bills and is now a Cyber Threat Analyst.
Spent 10 years in the Army as a diesel mechanic, and now works in network security at one of the world’s largest IT companies in Research Triangle Park.
Following his separation from the Army, he attended Carolina Career College and was hired just two months after starting classes.See More Student/Graduate Testimonials