Scholarships to help veterans prepare for the graduate school admissions process
As many veterans are eligible of receiving help paying for their studies at Christian colleges and universities, former service members may want to see which types of opportunities exist for them. However, in addition to financial assistance, prospective students may be able to receive help preparing for a return to school as well.
For instance, Veritas Prep, a graduate school admissions consulting firm, and Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans of America (IAVA), a nonprofit organization, recently announced in a press release that 50 IAVA Member Veterans have received American Heroes Scholarships.
These awards are designed to provide IAVA Member Veterans with admissions consulting and preparation for the Graduate Management Admission Test, or the GMAT. Ultimately, with the help these scholarships provide, former service members will be better prepared to pursue degrees in various subjects, such as business, law, medicine, psychology and history.
“The recipients exemplify the diverse career interests of today’s U.S. Military Veterans,” said Chad Troutwine, co-founder and chief executive officer of Veritas Prep. “Their inspiring stories remind us that military service and graduate education are a potent combination that can lead to success in many fields.”