Good Education for Returning Vets

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    Lincoln Educational Services continues its good works.

    Founded in 1946 to prepare returning WW II veterans for civilian jobs, Iraq vets are now their focus. LES has 42 campuses across 17 states and provides training in foundation career areas such as auto repair, health care, information technology, business management, dental technician, and more.

    Students are typically in their 20’s and 30’s or recent high school graduates and classes are attended by ex-military as well as by those laid off from civilian positions. At the end of 2008 the student population was 21,667.

    They have financial assistance plans consisting of GI Bill, Federal Grants, State Grants, Scholarship Programs, Student Loans, Bank/Alternative Funding Payment Plans.


    A Google search: lincoln educational Services, gi bill, is worth looking at
    http://www.lincolnedu.com/careers
     

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