U.S. Army Education Program Guide
A guide to U.S. Army education opportunities, enlistment programs and information resources for educators, students & parents.
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March2Success is a free, Web-based test preparation course that provides assistance with taking standardized tests and improving math, science and language arts skills. The curriculum is designed by Peterson's & Educational Options Inc., and sponsored by the U.S. Army. There is no obligation to teachers, parents or students who use or recommend the use of March2Success.
Concurrent Admissions Program (ConAP)
ConAP is a partnership between over 1,900 participating colleges, the Army Recruiting Command and Servicemembers Opportunity Colleges (SOC).
ConAP goals are to increase enlistment of college-capable active duty and Reserve Soldiers; increase the number of Army Soldiers, veterans and Reserve Soldiers enrolled in college; and increase the use of GI Bill education benefits.
U.S. Army Education package Unsung Heroes: The Story of America’s Female Patriots
Unsung Heroes: The Story of America’s Female Patriots is to acknowledge and celebrate the more than 2.5 million women who have served in the U.S. military since the American Revolution through present day. Today more women serve in the U.S. Armed Forces then at any time in our nation’s history.
Post 9/11 GI Bill
Those who serve honorably may be entitled to education benefits through either the MGIB or the Post 9/11 GI Bill. The MGIB was established in 1985 and currently offers Service Members and veterans the opportunity to pursue their educational goals. The Post 9/11 GI Bill came about in 2009 and is another education benefit that can be used for education.
VA information site: www.gibill.va.gov
VA Video Guide to the Post 9/11 GI Bill
(click here to view the Video Guide on YouTube)
2013-14 Pocket Recruiter Guide
A resource for information about Army enlistment opportunities, education options, and job specialties.
Army Education Programs & Opportunities
The U.S. Army recognizes that education is an essential component and an important building block for the future of today’s youth. From internships to test-prep tools, this Web site provides educators, parents and students with resources to introduce educational and career possibilities through numerous Army-sponsored education programs.
Army Educational Outreach Program (AEOP)
The United States Army has long recognized that a scientifically and technologically literate citizenry is our nation’s best hope for a secure, rewarding, and successful future. The demand for STEM literacy has become increasingly high, and STEM talent increasingly valuable and necessary as it will continue to play a dominant role in all aspects of everyday life. For this reason, the Army created the Army Education Outreach Program (AEOP) which provides a portfolio of Army STEM educational opportunities. The AEOP is composed of competitions, unique experiences, internships, and teacher resources designed to spark inspiration, exploration and achievement in STEM literacy and career development.
ASVAB Career Exploration Program
Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery (ASVAB) Career Exploration Program is a career planning and exploration program sponsored by the Department of Defense that combines a multiple-aptitude test with an interest self-assessment and a wide range of career exploration tools. It is free to participating schools.
Frequently Asked Questions about recruiting: FAQs page
Army badges, flags, symbols & insignia
The Army hosts a symbols & insignia Web site that provides detailed information on the Army and unit flags, the Army Song, Army uniforms and rank insignia, combat badges, service & campaign medal, unit insignia and more.
Disclaimer for External Links
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