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Career Training for Veterans
FVI School of Nursing and Technology provides career education and training for service members, veterans, and their dependents. FVI has career-training programs designed to get you the training you need for great careers in Information Technology and Healthcare.
If you are a veteran or an active-duty service member considering attending school, FVI School of Nursing and Technology offers numerous programs that may interest you. We are proud to focus on training Veterans, preparing, you for career opportunities in the fast-growth industries of Information Technology and Healthcare. The programs we offer include:
- Associate of Science in Nursing (ASN)
- Cyber Security
- Health Services – Medical Office Administration (AAS)
FVI supports students with a student services support team member and a career services team member.
The student services and career services team members will work with you to support your training goals and prepare you for career opportunities.
The team at FVI will assist with:
- Resume writing services
- Interviewing skills and techniques
- Assistance with updating your LinkedIn page
- Highlighting your certifications and projects
Our career services team will help you promote the success you have achieved in life and the classroom. Additionally, the career services team will provide introductions and connections to potential employers. Visit our Career Services page to learn more about the team and the services and support offered: Career Services.
Our mission is to prepare and support you in your quest for a great career in Information Technology or Healthcare.
If you have questions about your benefits please see the following link.
U.S. Department | VA | Post-9/11 GI Bill®
FVI School of Nursing and Technology is approved for veterans training by the Florida Department of Veterans Affairs state approving agency.
Disclaimer: The Miami and Miramar Campus are approved for Veterans Education benefits
Guide to GI Bill Benefits and Eligibility
The GI Bill, also called the Servicemen’s Readjustment Act of 1944, was signed into law by former President Franklin D. Roosevelt to provide benefits to World War II veterans.
Today, the definition of the GI Bill is broader in scope. The GI Bill is an overarching term that refers to any education benefit earned by Active Duty, National Guard, Selected Reserve members and their families via the Department of Veteran Affairs. The overarching goal is to help veterans and service members of the armed forces cover a lot of the costs associated with getting education or job training.
To learn more about eligibility and benefits, visit: https://www.chamberofcommerce.org/what-is-the-gi-bill
FVI School of Nursing and Technology is committed to helping all our prospective veteran students and their dependents have full access and knowledge of the benefits available to you for Tuition Assistance through the Department of Defense.
Depending on your branch of service, you may qualify to receive Federal Tuition Assistance of up to $250 per semester hour with a $4,500 annual limit.
Military Spouses may also take advantage of these benefits through the My Career Advancement Account Scholarship Program (MyCAA), https://mycaa.militaryonesource.mil/mycaa.
Our financial aid team is ready to hep you with the applications process for your convenience.