NJ College Offers VIPER Program for Veterans Nationwide
Warren County Community College located in Washington, NJ runs an amazing program that assists post 9/11 veterans to utilize their G.I. Bill in order to obtain an associates degree. Many of the classes, programs and trainings that our military take part in overseas, can translate into credits in the academic world. The VIPER (Veterans In Pursuit of Education Readiness) program will assist veterans in determining their earned credits depending on their MOS, other military background and/or other college experiences. Once this is complete, the veteran can start taking classes towards their associate degree.
Some of you may be wondering if you qualify for this program if you live outside of NJ and the answer is YES! Many of the classes offered through this program can be completed online which opens up a huge opportunity for veterans nationwide to be able to get an education and ultimately, a degree.
We encourage our veterans seeking to further their education to visit the VIPER Program website for more information.
You can also email the Viper Coordinator directly at the following link: firstname.lastname@example.org
WATCH: Steve Adubato on his show 'One on One' interviewing the Warren County Community College President, Dr. Will Austin & US Marine/VIPER Program Student, Matthew Miller.