APPROVAL FOR GI BILL EDUCATION BENEFITS FOR VETERANS IN COLORADO
Free guide for Veterans education and training information available
Fort Collins, CO, March 10, 2017– Following a comprehensive review and certifying process, Digital Workshop Center (DWC) is approved to receive Veterans education benefits across Colorado. Joining a selective list of eligible training providers in Colorado, Digital Workshop Center will provide Veterans with live, hands-on skills training for career and job skills.
Veteran education benefits accessible for training at DWC include the following: Chapter 30 (Montgomery GI Bill), Chapter 33 (Post-9/11 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 for Veteran benefits can vary based on the specific GI program and remaining education benefits available. Additional programs or grants through the local Workforce may also be applied to training at DWC.
Digital Workshop Center has created a free e-book download with over forty pages of information and useful links to navigate Veterans through the process of determining eligibility and applying for training benefits. The guide may be accessed online at https://digitalworkshopcenter.com/about/financial-aid/free-download-guide-veterans-education-training/
For more information and to develop a training plan, Veterans may also setup a free consultation with DWC staff.
Established in 2006, Digital Workshop Center (DWC) is a community center for education, coworking, and professional development. DWC’s mission is to always bring the human element to the classroom – DWC training is always live and hands-on; no self-paced videos.
Locally owned and headquartered in Colorado, DWC serves a vital role in workplace education as a career skills training school and Adobe Authorized Training Center.