Fun alternatives to a 4-year college degree with the GI Bill
from By Roy Phillips
I would never discourage someone from pursuing a college degree. However, not every veteran is interested in obtaining a four-year degree. Also, many vets have completed academic degrees while they were on active duty. Many veterans, especially those who served in the Reserve component of their service branch, may be entitled to only a portion of the total benefit provided by the GI Bill. With vets who fall into these categories in mind; here are some fun ways to use up your GI Bill without committing to four years of full-time schooling.
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