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Veteran Re-Education Act

The Veteran Re-Education Act is a Grant sponsored by West Virginia Division of Veterans Affairs.

Award Information:

Amount of Grant: Minimum award: $250 per semester (part-time), Maximum award: $500 per semester (full-time)
Requirements: Applicant must be a West Virginia resident, honorably discharged veteran, have served 181 continuous days active military service, be Pell eligible, unemployed, or a federally designated displaced worker, and have exhausted Federal VA Educational Benefits. Reservists with active duty for training only are not eligible.
Eligibility: Other

Sponsorship provided by:

West Virginia Division of Veterans Affairs
Charleston Human Resource Center, 1321 Plaza East, Room #101
Charleston, WV 25301-1400
Phone Number: 304 558 3661
Fax Number: 304 558 3662

You can find out more by contacting:

Susan E. Kerns

It is important to search for available information on the grant. Your best chance of achieving your goal will follow from initially researching the prerequisites and then determining if you qualify. Before you even begin, figure out the reason for involvement of the West Virginia Division of Veterans Affairs and their goals for the Veteran Re-Education Act. If you are qualified, verify that you have a reasonable chance to receive the grant. After figuring out that there is a good chance that you can be awarded the Veteran Re-Education Act, then it is worth it to fill out an application.

A crucial aspect in the process of trying for the grant is filling out the application correctly. Applications can sometimes be long, but you shouldn't underestimate how important it is that you fill out the application precisely and in its entirety. Use caution to insure that you will not miss out on a technicality.

After filing, you should note when the Veteran Re-Education Act confers the award and makes payment of the money in order to know whether or not you can rely on the grant to assist with the expenses associated with school and its personal usefulness, as there may be restrictions on how you can use the Veteran Re-Education Act. Recently it has become more burdensome to be able to cover all of your financial needs, and getting the Veteran Re-Education Act as a supplement to your own resources can make things much easier. If you are not fortunate to receive the Veteran Re-Education Act, don't give up, search for additional grants and your persistence may be rewarded.

Last Updated: 12/18/2015


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