PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT CENTER Continuing Education Green Architecture, Design and Technology Electrical and HVAC Professional Engineering Exam Prep* Contracting Applications for Technical Managers Manufacturing Process Excellence and QMS Industrial Safety Project Management Continuing Education Certificates Certificate in Construction Management* Certificate in Project Management Certificate in Program Management Certificate in Systems Engineering Certificate in Modeling and Simulation* Certificate in Manufacturing Engineering* Continuing Education Green Courses Lunch and Learns Online Courses PDC WEBSITE: www.vatpdc.com/pdc Continuing Education Green Courses Lunch and Learns Online Courses PDC WEBSITE: www.vatpdc.com/pdc ODU Military Programs Military Distance Learning VA Assistance – University Registrar Navy College Distance Learning Partner ROTC Academic Navy Nuclear Engineering-Engineering Technology Credit Masters of Engineering Management 12 credit hours for “Officer Nuclear Power School who are qualified Engineering Officer of the Watch at a prototypes” MEM CD ROM courses for shipboard study ODU Military Programs http:// www.odu.edu/ao/mil Military Distance Learning http://dl.odu.edu/military/index.shtml ODU’s Veterans Affairs Website http://www.odu.edu/ao/registrar/mss/index.shtml ROTC http://www.odu.edu/ao/hrnrotc/index.html SMART Transcript An official transcript endorsing and recommending college credit for military education and training and recognized by the American Council on Education (ACE) increases college credit awarded, enhances opportunities to complete a college degree, and offset tuition assistance costs through increased college and university recognition of military schools and experience for credit. SMART is now available to document ACE-recommended college credit for military training and occupational experience. The primary purpose of SMART is to assist service members in obtaining college credit for their military experience. SMART will eventually replace the DD 295, the Application for Evaluation of Learning Experiences during Military Service, which is the form currently submitted to colleges by Sailors and Marines to verify their military experiences. The DD 295 may still be necessary to document some training and experience that is not contained in and cannot be added to current personnel and training databases. Frank Batten College of Engineering and Technology UNDERGRADUATE ENGINEERING Civil Engineering Computer Engineering Electrical Engineering Environmental Engineering Mechanical Engineering ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY PROGRAMS: General Engineering Technology Civil Engineering Technology Computer Engineering Technology Option Electrical Engineering Technology Mechanical Engineering Technology Nuclear Engineering Technology Option Civil Engineering Technology Surveying option Frank Batten College of Engineering and Technology GRADUATE Aerospace Engineering Civil Engineering Computer Engineering Design and Manufacturing Electrical Engineering Engineering Management Environmental Engineering Experimental Methods Mechanical Engineering Modeling and Simulation Systems Engineering Frank Batten College of Engineering and Technology PhD PROGRAMS Aerospace Engineering Civil and Environmental Engineering Electrical and Computer Engineering Engineering Management Environmental Engineering Mechanical Engineering Modeling and Simulation Frank Batten College of Engineering and Technology Frank Batten College of Engineering and Technology Modeling and Simulation Programs § Master’s § Ph.D. § Bachelor’s- just approved Doctor of Engineering § engineering practice oriented doctorate with leadership education Marine Engineering Programs § bachelor’s within engineering technology § graduate certificate within mechanical engineering § Coastal Engineering Certificate 2008- 311 undergraduate student graduated (up 21% in 5 years) $21 Million in research Dollars(up 17%) Over 20,000 Engineering alumni Post 9/11 GI Bill Post 9/11 GI Bill Am I eligible? Active Duty – Eligible On active Duty after Sept 10, 2001 Post 9/11 GI Bill When Can I receive Benefits under the Post 9/11 GI Bill? After August 1, 2009 Training done before this date is not eligible Post 9/11 GI Bill How does this work with other GI Bill programs or the Reserve Educational Assistance program? If you choose Post 9/11 GI Bill, you forfeit all other Bill benefits Post 9/11 GI Bill How Much will I receive? Percentage is based on length of active duty service Tuition and feed- not to exceed the most expensive in-state undergraduate tuition at a public institution (paid to the school) Monthly housing allowance equal to basic allowance for E-5 with dependents (not eligible-active duty , half time training or enrolled in distance learning Yearly books and supplies stipend up to $1000 One time payment of $500 to certain individuals relocating from highly rural areas Post 9/11 GI Bill How Much will I receive? Percentage is based on length of active duty service 36 months- 100% 30 continuous days and discharged due to service connected disability-100% 30 months <36 months- 90% 24 months <30 months- 80% 18 months < 24 months- 70% 12 months < 18 months- 60 % 6 months< 12 months- 50% 90 days < 6 months- 40% Post 9/11 GI Bill How many months of assistance ? Up to 36 months How long am I eligible? 15 years from last period of active duty What does it cover? Approved Institutions in US www.GIBILL.va.gov/gi_bill_info/programs.htm Continuing Education Approved Certificate Programs or Licensing programs Post 9/11 GI Bill Can I transfer my entitlement to my dependents? Active duty on August 1, 2009 Transfer of Benefits Any member of the Armed Forces (active duty or Selected Reserve, officer or enlisted) on or after August 1, 2009, who is eligible for the Post-9/11 GI Bill, and: Has at least 6 years of service in the Armed Forces on the date of election and agrees to serve 4 additional years in the Armed Forces from the date of election. Has at least 10 years of service in the Armed Forces (active duty and/or selected reserve) on the date of election, is precluded by either standard policy (service or DoD) or statute from committing to 4 additional years, and agrees to serve for the maximum amount of time allowed by such policy or statute, or Is or becomes retirement eligible during the period from August 1, 2009, through August 1, 2013. A service member is considered to be retirement eligible if he or she has completed 20 years of active duty or 20 qualifying years of reserve service. Post 9/11 GI Bill Frequently Asked Questions https://www.gibill2.va.gov/vba/vba.cfg/php.exe/endus er/std_alp.php?p_li=&p_accessibility=0&p_redirect=&p _page=1&p_cv=1.17&p_pv=&p_prods=&p_cats=17&p_ hidden_prods=&cat_lvl1=17&p_search_text=&srch_bt n_submit= Search &p_new_search=1&p_search_typ e=answers.search_nl MyCAA Military Spouse Career Advancement Accounts MyCAA Sponsor- Office of the Deputy Under Secretary of Defense for Military Community and Family Policy Description- This DOD program will provide up to $6,000 of Financial Assistance for Military spouses who are pursuing: •Degrees •Licenses •Credentials Portable Career Field MyCAA Eligibility Spouses of Active Duty and activated National Guard Must be registered in DEERS Spouses of severely injured ill wounded or killed in action are eligible Legally separated, are not eligible Spouses who are active duty or activate Guard or Reserve are not eligible Coast Guard are not eligible MyCAA Pays for….. Education and Training Programs, tuition, licensing and credentialing fees. Degree Programs Continuing Education Bar CPA State Certification for Teachers Etc Does not pay for books, computers, application fees MyCAA Getting Started Militaryonesource.com https://aiportal.acc.af.mil/mycaa Get a Counselor…..Develop a plan https://www.militaryonesource.com/MOS/FindInformation/Category/M ilitarySpouseCareerAdvancementAccounts.aspx A Career and Training Plan includes the spouse’s chosen career field, name of school and course information (course titles, codes, costs and start/end dates). Contact Information Clair Dorsey Director, Professional Development VATPDC Frank Batten College of Engineering and Technology Norfolk, VA 757-683-5508 firstname.lastname@example.org Answers to Questions If I used some of my benefits under a previous plan, how will that affect my benefits under the new Post 9/11 GI Bill? It would depend on the veteran’s situation. This probably should be addressed on a case-by-case basis with the VA. Please also see the VA Power Point posted for more details on former GI bills if those are forfeited for the Post 9/11 Bill. If there are multiple service members in one family, does this have any affect on the benefits available to each? A veteran’s entitlement is a veteran’s entitlement. Having a family member in the service does not effect that. The presentation notes that the Bill provides benefits for 36 Months? Clarify whether this is 36 Calendar Months from start of usage, or 36 Months of actual class time. 36 months is calendar months.
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