Your military service has earned you the opportunity to invest in your future. As a current or former member of the Armed Forces, you may be eligible for several educational benefits through the Military to assist you in employment in the civilian sector. With a variety of training programs with new classes forming monthly, your future is within reach. California Career School is approved for the following education programs through the Department of Defense and Department of Veterans Affairs:
Tuition Assistance (TA)
Your Active Duty service has provided you the opportunity to use your Tuition Assistance (TA) to get a jump start on your education prior to your exit date, allowing you to focus on your future after the military. In order to be eligible for TA, Enlisted Military Personnel must have a separation date of sixty (60) days or more beyond the completion date of the course in order to be approved for TA. Classes start every 2 weeks.
The fiscal year for Tuition Assistance begins October 1st and ends September 15th. Please be aware that any requests for Tuition Assistance after the 15th of September will be denied. If you are interested in a start date during this time, please submit your request for tuition assistance prior to the 15th of September.
Active Duty, as well as Veterans, may be eligible to use Montgomery GI Bill or Post 911 towards the cost of our training programs.In addition to the payment of tuition and fees, students who use Post 911 towards their education at California Career School may be eligible for a housing stipend for the duration of their training, as well as an annual book and supply stipend.
For veterans and service members who are participating in a Vocational Rehabilitation and Employment program, acquiring a new skill or trade can be life changing. Eligible veterans can apply for educational benefits through Vocational Rehabilitation to use towards one of our training programs.
Other Education Benefits
A wide variety of workforce development grants and scholarships are available, including scholarships for military spouses (MyCAA) and several military service grants through the Department of Education.