Do you dream about working a certain job? Are you ready for a career change? These links provide information and assessments that will help you identify your dream job and match the skills you have already acquired in your previous jobs to a major or program.
The resource links include information on college readiness for middle and high school students, information for college-going adults and tips on preparing a college applications and essays. Other links include study tools and SAT and ACT test information and registration.
The first step in securing financial aid is completing the FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid). Other links include scholarship, grant and other financial assistance available to students at any stage in life.
Service members and their dependents have an advantage over most college peers. The skills they have learned and demonstrated in the successful completion of military training and life may have already earned credit that can be applied to a degree program, shortening the amount of time needed to complete a certificate or college degree. From information on military benefits to helpful tools on applying admission and getting financial aid, these links provide “how to” information and additional resources, including a skills translator for transition from a military to a civilian job or college degree.
The Coastal Workforce Investment Board of Georgia assists students and military affiliates with non-loan educational assistance funding and employment. Benefits could include tuition, childcare and transportation while attending college or training for a job. To learn more, go to: