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Explore Regis College's list of possible career options for veterans and other resources for success after active duty service such as scholarships.
Pursuing a degree after active duty service in the military can be difficult. Here are some of the top challenges veterans face in nursing school.
If you’re a veteran wanting to use the GI Bill® for college, this article outlines the benefits you may be entitled to and the steps to receiving them.
If you’re a veteran pursuing a nursing career, here are six scholarships that can help you fund your education if the GI Bill® isn't quite enough.
Struggling to pay for college after serving in the military? Learn how the yellow ribbon program can help cover expenses that the GI Bill® doesn’t.
If you are a veteran, this guide will help you learn about the benefits you are eligible to receive and what scholarships are available to you.
If you’re a veteran pursuing a civilian career as a nurse, this guide can help you select the best nursing school and BSN program for your goals.
If you’re a veteran seeking nursing job opportunities in Massachusetts, here are six potential career resources that can help assist you in your search.
If you are a veteran who wants to become a nurse at a hospital or clinic in the greater Boston area, these three nursing jobs may be perfect for you.
If you’re a Navy Corpsman wondering what the civilian equivalent to your position is, this article covers a list of careers that are similar to yours.
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If you’re a veteran seeking work in healthcare, there are several options available to you. This article covers six top healthcare careers for veterans.