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  • The new MyVolEdPath mobile app is now live! Education professionals and command career counselors are invited to join DANTES for an in-depth webinar to review and discuss the new app. To accommodate multiple time zones and various schedules, the webinar will be offered on: Thursday, April 20 at 2:00 p.m. Central/3:00 […]

    ESO/Counselor Webinars: Learn about the MyVolEdPath Mobile App

    The new MyVolEdPath mobile app is now live! Education professionals and command career counselors are invited to join DANTES for an in-depth webinar to review and discuss the new app. To accommodate multiple time zones and various schedules, the webinar will be offered on: Thursday, April 20 at 2:00 p.m. Central/3:00 […]

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  • Introducing the My VolEd Path Mobile App… Voluntary education is now available on mobile devices. The new My VolEd Path mobile app is a tool aimed at increasing service member awareness of and access to voluntary education programs and benefits. The new app serves as a discovery tool to help […]

    DANTES April Newsletter (DIB) 2017

    Introducing the My VolEd Path Mobile App… Voluntary education is now available on mobile devices. The new My VolEd Path mobile app is a tool aimed at increasing service member awareness of and access to voluntary education programs and benefits. The new app serves as a discovery tool to help […]

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  • Statistically, individuals with a college degree earn a significantly higher salary than those without and service members are no exception. Military members face many challenges while trying to juggle duty commitments, family obligations, and pursuit of personal education goals — but a focused effort can lead to advancement opportunities while […]

    Save Money and Time with DANTES Education Programs

    Statistically, individuals with a college degree earn a significantly higher salary than those without and service members are no exception. Military members face many challenges while trying to juggle duty commitments, family obligations, and pursuit of personal education goals — but a focused effort can lead to advancement opportunities while […]

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  • Main Feature: VolEd Programs to Save Time & Money Statistically, individuals with a college degree earn a significantly higher salary than those without and service members are no exception. Military members face many challenges while trying to juggle duty commitments, family obligations, and pursuit of personal education goals — but […]

    DANTES March Newsletter (DIB) 2017

    Main Feature: VolEd Programs to Save Time & Money Statistically, individuals with a college degree earn a significantly higher salary than those without and service members are no exception. Military members face many challenges while trying to juggle duty commitments, family obligations, and pursuit of personal education goals — but […]

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  • By Taheesha Quarells, DANTES Communication Have you ever tried to search “military education benefits” online? Immediately, you are given a full page of articles and websites promising information on your military education benefits. Many of these sources are colleges and universities with flexible programs for military students. Others are commercial […]

    Eight (Yes, 8!) Official Military Education Benefit Websites

    By Taheesha Quarells, DANTES Communication Have you ever tried to search “military education benefits” online? Immediately, you are given a full page of articles and websites promising information on your military education benefits. Many of these sources are colleges and universities with flexible programs for military students. Others are commercial […]

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  • By Erin Roberts, DANTES Communications Many colleges require that students submit test results as part of the admission application process. Both the ACT and SAT are standardized tests that help colleges evaluate potential candidates. Some schools accept either test interchangeably, but service members should check with their education counselor prior […]

    ACT and SAT Testing – Boost your Military Education

    By Erin Roberts, DANTES Communications Many colleges require that students submit test results as part of the admission application process. Both the ACT and SAT are standardized tests that help colleges evaluate potential candidates. Some schools accept either test interchangeably, but service members should check with their education counselor prior […]

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