Georgia Southern University’s Military and Veteran Student Center:
Provides our military, veterans, and their family members with a place to get connected, relax, study, and meet with other service members and fellow Eagles. Located in the Russell Union, the center houses a lounge (The Eagles Nest), and resource center where you can get connected with TEAM EAGLE – The Military and Veteran Success Network of Georgia Southern University. Staff are available on-site to provide guidance, assistance, and referrals to additional campus services.
For additional information visit the Military and Veteran Student Center webpage.
Georgia Veterans Education Career Transition Resource Center (VECTR):
Helping to translate military and civilian transcripts into potential credits toward certificates, diplomas and degrees depending on recency and your program of study. All offering accelerated training programs in high demand careers at no cost if you are a Georgia resident.
For more information visit this web-site: VECTR
Marine for Life Network:
Connects transitioning Marines and their family members to education resources, employment opportunities, and other Veterans services that aid in their career and life goals outside of military service.
For more information, visit this web-site: Marine for Life
Veteran-Owned Business Certification:
If you are interested in the Vets First Verification Program, it is administered by the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs.
For information, visit this web-site: Vets First Verification Program.
Kennesaw State University – Coles College of Business
The Georgia Advancing Veterans Education (GAVE) initiative is a structured series of programs designed to provide military Veterans in Georgia with the opportunity to increase their knowledge and develop the skills needed to pursue their dreams.
For more information visit Georgia Advancing Veterans Education (GAVE)
The EDGE: Women’s Business Center
Comprehensive entrepreneurial education, support, and resources targeting low to moderate income individuals, women, minorities, and veterans.
For more information visit The EDGE
Last updated: 1/2/2018