MyComputerCareer’s Education for Veterans Opens New Careers in IT
Finding a career that’s a great fit for you post-military is a challenge, but a good place to start is by deciding what additional education you might need before landing the job you want. MyComputerCareer can help you take the first step to a better career and a better life.
If you’re a service member or eligible veteran and you want to take advantage of the GI Bill, consider starting your training at MyComputerCareer. Our program is designed to help smooth the transition from military into civilian life .
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MyComputerCareer Honors Our Military with Great Advantages
When you complete IT training at MyComputerCareer, you are working towards reputable, marketable certifications that will make you a standout in a pool of applicants. This is helpful when you’re transitioning to civilian employment for the first time (or the first time in a while). Our trainees earn certificates from key players in IT like Microsoft, CompTIA, Cisco, and EC-Council.
We are approved to train veterans under the GI-Bill and Vocational Rehab funding. Post-military students at MyComputerCareer have a history of success. In fact, more than 20% of last year’s MCC students enrolled using the GI Bill.
But our support for the military doesn’t stop with career training. MyComputerCareer actively and continuously provides support for military programs and prisoner of war rescue efforts. We take part in the following initiatives:
- Prepared 1,000 care packages in 2016 for active duty military personnel
- Received an honorary flag flown on a B-52 in support of Operation Inherent Resolve from the 20th Expeditionary Bomb Squadron stationed at Al Udeid Air Base in Qatar
- Encourage our employees to participate in other pro-military service projects by providing one day of paid leave each year specifically to be dedicated to community service
- Proudly fly the American and POW-MIA flags on each of our campuses
- Sponsor the POW-MIA Freedom Car
MyComputerCareer Sponsors the POW-MIA Freedom Car Team
MyComputerCareer is proud to sponsor a partnership with Team Johnson Motorsports’ #76 POW-MIA Freedom Car. The Freedom Car helps raise awareness for the cause of Prisoners of War and Missing in Action service members of the United States military. Reaching out to an audience of 75 million motorsports fans, Team Johnson, the Freedom Car drivers, and MyComputerCareer hope to inspire and educate others about this noble cause.
LIFETIME Career Services and Your Next Steps
We’re honored to be helping veteran students start new IT jobs or move up in employment through our LIFETIME career services. And though most of our students start jobs before graduation, our job placement team will continue to help these and all future students throughout their careers.
Are you ready to take a step toward your best future post-military? Take our free career evaluation now, or start an online chat and get started on your journey. Our recruiters and specialists are ready to answer any questions you may have about MyComputerCareer, the curriculum we teach, and how the GI Bill works with our program.