Monday March 13, 2017 0 comments
FORT COLLINS -- Digital Workshop Center announced it has been approved to receive veterans education benefits across Colorado.
DWC said it will provide veterans with hands-on skills training for career and job skills, including certificate programs, boot camps, and stand-alone classes in web design, graphic design, digital marketing and business administration.
Veteran education benefits accessible for DWC training include Chapter 30 (Montgomery GI Bill), Chapter 33 (Post-911 GI Bill), Chapter 1606 (Reserves), and Chapter 1607 (Reserves on Active Duty).
In addition, benefits for dependents include Chapter 35 (Survivors and Dependents Assistance), Chapter 33 TOE and the Fry Scholarship (Children and Surviving Spouses Post-9-11).
Eligibility can vary based on specific GI program and remaining education benefits available, DWC said.
DWC said it has created a free e-book download with information and links to navigate veterans through the process of determining eligibility and applying for training benefits.