Jul
26
Fri
Troops to Teachers Information Session @ Education Center, Mainside, Bldg. 1331 Tickets
Jul 26 @ 11:00 am – 1:00 pm
Troops to Teachers was established in 1993 to assist transitioning Service members and veterans in beginning new careers as K-12 school teachers in public, charter, and Bureau of Indian Affairs schools. The program provides counseling and referral services for participants to help them meet education and licensing requirements to teach and subsequently helps them secure a teaching position. Since 1993, more than 20,000 veterans have successfully transitioned to a career in education.
Jul
31
Wed
Accessing Higher Education 2-day Track (SOI) @ BLDG 520512, SOI Base Education Center Tickets
Jul 31 @ 7:30 am – Aug 1 @ 4:30 pm

The Accessing Higher Education track is for those pursuing higher education. It assists Service members in identifying the education requirements that support their personal goals. This track focuses on topics such as how to achieve academic success, how to research and compare institutions, and how to finance higher education. After completing the Accessing Higher Education Track, Service members will be prepared to complete an application to an accredited institution, schedule a session with a counselor from an academic institution, or meet individually with education counselors, as needed.

Dates: January 23-24; February 27-28; March 27-28; April 24-25; May 22-23; June 26-27; July 31-August 1; August 28-29; September 25-26; October 30-31; November 20-21; December 18-19

 

Aug
7
Wed
Accessing Higher Education 2-day Track (Mainside) @ BLDG 1331, Mainside Base Education Center Tickets
Aug 7 @ 7:30 am – Aug 8 @ 4:30 pm

The Accessing Higher Education track is for those pursuing higher education. It assists Service members in identifying the education requirements that support their personal goals. This track focuses on topics such as how to achieve academic success, how to research and compare institutions, and how to finance higher education. After completing the Accessing Higher Education Track, Service members will be prepared to complete an application to an accredited institution, schedule a session with a counselor from an academic institution, or meet individually with education counselors, as needed.

Dates: January 9-10; February 6-7; March 6-7; April 3-4; May 1-2; June 5-6;
July 10-11; August 7-8; September 4-5; October 2-3; November 6-7; December 4-5

 

 

 

Aug
9
Fri
Drop-In College Application Advising @ See Advertisement Tickets
Aug 9 all-day

The Base Education Center Specialist can provide assistance with your college application.

Required materials:
Knowledge of school(s) student plans to apply to, High school
transcripts, all college transcripts, list of volunteer and work activities,
individual laptop (if available).

Masters Degree Workshop @ Education Center, Mainside, Bldg. 1331 Tickets
Aug 9 @ 11:00 am – 1:00 pm

The Master’s Degree Workshop is for those interested in more information about obtaining their Master’s Degree. It is open to Active duty, Veterans, DoD Civilians and Dependents.

 

Aug
16
Fri
Drop-In College Application Advising @ See Advertisement Tickets
Aug 16 all-day

The Base Education Center Specialist can provide assistance with your college application.

Required materials:
Knowledge of school(s) student plans to apply to, High school
transcripts, all college transcripts, list of volunteer and work activities,
individual laptop (if available).

Aug
28
Wed
Accessing Higher Education 2-day Track (SOI) @ BLDG 520512, SOI Base Education Center Tickets
Aug 28 @ 7:30 am – Aug 29 @ 4:30 pm

The Accessing Higher Education track is for those pursuing higher education. It assists Service members in identifying the education requirements that support their personal goals. This track focuses on topics such as how to achieve academic success, how to research and compare institutions, and how to finance higher education. After completing the Accessing Higher Education Track, Service members will be prepared to complete an application to an accredited institution, schedule a session with a counselor from an academic institution, or meet individually with education counselors, as needed.

Dates: January 23-24; February 27-28; March 27-28; April 24-25; May 22-23; June 26-27; July 31-August 1; August 28-29; September 25-26; October 30-31; November 20-21; December 18-19

 

Sep
4
Wed
Accessing Higher Education 2-day Track (Mainside) @ BLDG 1331, Mainside Base Education Center Tickets
Sep 4 @ 7:30 am – Sep 5 @ 4:30 pm

The Accessing Higher Education track is for those pursuing higher education. It assists Service members in identifying the education requirements that support their personal goals. This track focuses on topics such as how to achieve academic success, how to research and compare institutions, and how to finance higher education. After completing the Accessing Higher Education Track, Service members will be prepared to complete an application to an accredited institution, schedule a session with a counselor from an academic institution, or meet individually with education counselors, as needed.

Dates: January 9-10; February 6-7; March 6-7; April 3-4; May 1-2; June 5-6;
July 10-11; August 7-8; September 4-5; October 2-3; November 6-7; December 4-5

 

 

 

Sep
13
Fri
Drop-In College Application Advising @ See Advertisement Tickets
Sep 13 all-day

The Base Education Center Specialist can provide assistance with your college application.

Required materials:
Knowledge of school(s) student plans to apply to, High school
transcripts, all college transcripts, list of volunteer and work activities,
individual laptop (if available).

Sep
19
Thu
Education & Interest Workshop @ Education Center, Mainside, Bldg. 1331 Tickets
Sep 19 @ 9:00 am – 11:00 am

This workshop will assist you in identifying your career interest, abilities, and values in order to create an action plan for your educational or career pathway.