Bring Your VA Benefits to IntelliTec College for Career Training
Have you served in the military? If you have worked hard in your military career, there is no better way to build on your experience than to find a career that makes you happy and keeps you motivated. At IntelliTec, we are proud to have many students who have served in the military; these veterans turn to us for quick, practical programs that will land them in a great industry fast. If you are ready to get started in an exciting new field, consider IntelliTec for your career training! At IntelliTec, there are many ways you can use your VA benefits for your education. If you are unsure of your benefits and how to use them, read on to learn more or contact us today!
At IntelliTec College, we appreciate veterans, and we appreciate your service to our country. We offer many benefits and advantages to veterans who come here to pursue higher education and career training opportunities. IntelliTec’s four campus locations- Colorado Springs, Grand Junction and Pueblo, Colorado and Albuquerque, New Mexico- welcome veterans and service-members, and the Colorado Springs campus also participates in the Yellow Ribbon program. Higher learning institutions participating in the Yellow Ribbon Program may make additional funds available for housing, books, and supplies, without an additional charge to your GI Bill entitlement.
Using your military benefits to pursue career training is a great way to start a rewarding career. There are various types of bills that the federal government offers in support of active military and veterans. The GI Bill Comparison Tool is a helpful way to determine which educational programs are available to you, and allows you to compare benefits by school. Qualifications and conditions for military benefits vary, but you don’t need to figure any of this out alone. At IntelliTec, we have dedicated specialists to assist you in identifying and applying to use your VA benefits. You can contact us anytime for help!
If you are ready to use your military benefits to start building a rewarding new career, the first step is to apply to the Department of Veterans Affairs and fill out a simple form. From there, you will receive confirmation of your benefits and be able to start using your benefits right away! If you are ready to apply, you can apply online HERE. You can also visit your nearest VA regional office to apply in person, or call 1-888-GI BILL-1 (888-442-4551) to have an application mailed to you.
Once your application has been processed, you can begin using your military benefits to start a great program at IntelliTec College. At IntelliTec, you can choose between our comprehensive Associate of Occupational Studies (AOS) degree programs and shorter, focused Certificate programs. Programs vary depending on location, and include: Automotive Technician, Computer Systems Technician, Electrical Technician, Refrigeration and HVAC Technician, Cosmetology, Dental Assistant, Medical Assistant, Nursing Assistant and Massage Therapy programs. Each of these training programs are designed to provide you the skills and knowledge you need to get started in a new career in a short amount of time!
You’ve worked hard in your military career, and you deserve a civilian career that fulfills you. If you are ready to apply yourself, your knowledge, and your experience towards training for a great new career, come see what IntelliTec has to offer you! We specialize in training students just like you for hands-on, technical careers that are in high demand in your own community. Visit https://intellitec.edu for complete information about career-training opportunities at IntelliTec. You can make your goals a reality; get started with IntelliTec today!
Resources for Veteran Students:
Provides comprehensive information about the education benefits offered by the VA.
Transitioning to civilian life takes preparation, research, planning, and the right tools, the GI Bill Comparison Tool can help you make the right decisions on where to use your hard earned benefits. Using this tool, veterans can learn about which educational programs are available to them, and can compare benefits by school.
Provides information about the post-911 GI Bill, which has a few specific components that are unavailable in other GI Bill programs.
Provides information about the Yellow Ribbon program, and allows users to search for participating schools by State.
Provides information about the Montgomery GI Bill.