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United States Armed Services- Army - Pepperell, MA

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The U.S. Army gives its employers experience in almost every career field. Our employers also get education and certifications, so they are ready to be competitive and free of student loan debt.

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BASIC REQUIREMENTS:

Between the age of 17 and 34

U.S. Citizen or Green Card Holder

Meet Army height and Weight Standards

Meet Army moral standards

Meet Army medical standards

EDUCATION BENEFITS

If you’re planning on attending college, the Army can help you on your way. You can earn up to full tuition through scholarships and dozens of financial aid programs. Learn about the GI Bill, loan repayment programs and more.

USING THE GI BILL

The GI Bill is one of the most powerful benefits available to Army Soldiers interested in attending a four-year college, trade school, or technical school. In most cases, Soldiers using the GI Bill receive full tuition for their military service.

On this page, we’ll walk you through the basics of GI Bill benefits, how you’ll qualify, and how much tuition funding you can receive.

EARNING UP TO FULL COLLEGE TUITION WITH THE POST 9/11 GI BILL

The, Post 9/11 GI Bill, usually just referred to as the GI Bill, provides up to full tuition for veterans and current active duty Soldiers who have served at least 90 days on active duty after September 10, 2001.

The GI Bill also provides allowances for housing and text books in varying amounts based on how long you have served.

How does it work? What are the qualifications of the GI Bill?

In order to receive any education benefits, you must have served at least 90 days in the Army on active duty. The tuition money you are eligible to receive through the GI Bill increases the longer you serve. For example, Army veterans who have served at least two years can attend most state-funded universities 100 percent tuition free.

Other Types of Training

In addition to college and university tuition, GI Bill benefits may also be applied to:

  • Online schooling and correspondence courses
  • Part-time schooling
  • Entrepreneurship training for those interested in starting a small business
  • Flight School
  • Licensing and certification courses
  • Vocational training and trade schools
  • National testing
  • On the job training
  • Tutorial assistance

RECEIVING GI BILL BENEFITS

With the GI Bill, you can begin earning benefits almost as soon as you enter the Army. After 36 months of service, you will be eligible to receive full tuition for state schools and more than $23,000 in yearly tuition for private universities.

SERVICE TIME- ANNUAL TUITION PAID (STATE SCHOOLS)-

90 Days- 40%

6 Months- 50%

12 Months- 60%

18 Months- 70%

24 Months- 80%

30 Months- 90%

36+ Months- 100%

MONEY FOR HOUSING AND BOOKS

Soldiers using the GI Bill receive a housing stipend of up to $1,119 a month for state schools and up to $3,000 per month for private schools. Soldiers are also eligible for up to $1,000 a year to pay for books and supplies.

FINANCIAL AID PROGRAMS

In addition to the benefits you’ll receive under the GI Bill, you will also have access to various scholarships and financial aid programs that will help you reduce the cost of your education.

Many of the benefits listed below apply to Soldiers serving on active duty

Active duty Soldiers can receive leading edge training on over 150 career paths within the Army while receiving a competitive salary, free healthcare, 30 days vacation with pay, and numerous other benefits.

The U.S. Army Reserve is for those that want to make a difference performing critical Army jobs while serving part time, close to home, while gaining an edge in their civilian careers.

Read each individual benefit to make sure it applies to your service category. Remember, you can also ask a recruiter for more information.

Here is a quick summary of the benefits you’ll find on this page:

The Federal Perkins Loan Cancellation program allows you to cancel your current student loan debt if you have served on active duty

Active duty Soldiers can receive leading edge training on over 150 career paths within the Army while receiving a competitive salary, free healthcare, 30 days vacation with pay, and numerous other benefits.

The Student Loan Repayment Program (LRP) will repay part of your current student loans.

The Concurrent Admissions Program (ConAP) helps regular Army and Army Reserves.

Soldiers transition to college after military service. It also allows you to earn college credit towards your degree while you serve in the Army or Army Reserve

The Military Spouse Education And Career Opportunities (SECO) program will allow your spouse access to tuition funding, free career counseling services, and employment readiness tools that he or she can use to get an education.

With the Tuition Assistance program, the Army will pay $250 per semester hour of college credit.

The Minuteman Scholarship allows high school and college students to receive full tuition or $10,000 in room and board in return for a service commitment.

CANCELLATION OF FEDERAL STUDENT LOANS

If you have already been to college, and you are currently serving on active duty.

This program permits Soldiers who have served in combat situations to cancel up to 100 percent of their Federal Perkins Loans, or National Direct Student Loans. This benefit does not apply to Stafford loans or PLUS loans.

Soldiers in hostile fire or imminent danger pay areas for at least one year are eligible for cancellation of their Federal Perkins Loan Program student loans.

COLLEGE LOAN REPAYMENT PROGRAM

Under the Loan Repayment Program, the Army will repay up to $65,000 of your current outstanding student loan debt.

This program applies to active duty, Army Reserve

  • Soldier must decline enrollment in the Montgomery GI Bill in writing, using DD Form 2366
  • Soldier must have Loan Repayment Program guaranteed in writing in the enlistment contract using DA Form 3286-66)
  • Soldier must have no prior military service
  • Soldier must have a high school diploma and a score of 50 or higher on the Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery (ASVAB)
  • Soldier must enlist in one of the critical Military Occupational Specialties (MOS) that are required under the Loan Repayment Program. (Your recruiter will have a full list of the specialties.)
  • Loans must be made, insured, or guaranteed prior to entry on active duty

CONCURRENT ADMISSIONS PROGRAM (CONAP)

The Concurrent Admissions Program (ConAP) helps regular Army and Army Reserve

.After you complete your time in the Army, you will be able to transition directly to one of more than 1,900 colleges participating in the ConAP program. Your college will award credit hours for courses you took and job training you completed while serving in the Army or Army Reserve

– putting you well on your way to earning your degree. ConAP is intended for new enlistees in the Regular Army and the Army Reserve

.

To be eligible:

  • Enlist in the Army or Army Reserve
  • Join the Future Soldier Program

While in ConAP, you will also be able to utilize other education benefits, including the GI Bill, the Army Loan Repayment Program, and Tuition Assistance.

The ConAp program is intended for enlisted Soldiers on active duty and in the Army Reserve. National Guard Soldiers are not eligible for this program.

MILITARY SPOUSE EDUCATION AND CAREER OPPORTUNITIES (SECO)

Through the Military Spouse Education & Career Opportunities program, eligible military spouses receive funding support for education, licensing and credentials, career counseling services, and employment readiness tools and resources to assist them no matter where they find themselves in their career.

This program is available to spouses of all active duty service members, including Army Reserve called to active duty status.

Program resources include:

  • Military OneSource SECO Career Center where certified career counselors provide comprehensive counseling services at no cost.
  • The My Career Advancement Account (MyCAA) Scholarship, which is a workforce development program that provides up to a $4,000 scholarship for education, training and licensing to eligible military spouses.
  • The Military Spouse Employment Partnership (MSEP), which is an employment and career partnership connecting military spouses with more than 270 corporate partner employers who have pledged to recruit, hire, promote and retain military Spouses in portable careers.

TUITION ASSISTANCE

Under the Tuition Assistance program, the Army will pay all or a portion of your college tuition during off-duty periods.

What kind of benefits will I receive?

  • Up to $250 per semester hour and up to 16 semester hours per fiscal year.
  • The Army will pay up to 100 percent of tuition.

What are the basic requirements?
For information on requirements visit http://www.goarmyed.com Money for College, Tuition Assistance or contact your recruiter.

This program applies to Soldiers serving active duty, Army Reserve regardless of service status.

Job Types: Full-time, Part-time

Salary: $22,000.00 to $90,000.00 /year

Job Type: Full-time

Salary: $22,000.00 to $80,000.00 /year

Job Types: Full-time, Part-time

Salary: $22,000.00 to $70,000.00 /year

Education:

  • High school or equivalent (Required)

Additional Compensation:

  • Bonuses
  • Store Discounts
  • Other forms

Work Location:

  • One location
  • Multiple locations

Benefits:

  • Health insurance
  • Dental insurance
  • Vision insurance
  • Retirement plan
  • Signing bonus
  • Paid time off
  • Flexible schedule
  • Parental leave
  • Relocation assistance
  • Professional development assistance
  • Tuition reimbursement