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Veterans Benefits Newsletter | March 2020

IT Career Training | Appeals Options| Women Veterans Month | American Legion

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March 2020

Veterans Benefits Newsletter

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Train for a Career in IT

Do you have at least one day of GI Bill entitlement remaining and are seeking a career in the high-tech industry? VA's Veteran Employment Through Technology Education Courses pilot program, or VET TEC, can help you reach that goal. VET TEC will pay tuition and fees as well as a housing allowance while you earn your certification. Learn more about how the VET TEC program can help you with a career in IT!
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Improving Veterans Appeals

VA is committed to helping you through your appeals process. Appeals Modernization provides Veterans with three review lanes from which to choose from. Learn how Veterans can appeal a compensation claim decision directly to the Board of Veterans' Appeals.

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Supporting Women Veterans

Women Veterans have a long and important history of service in the U.S. military. VA is dedicated to providing them with a wide range of benefit services and programs. Learn about the benefits available to you, as well as the services provided at VA's Center for Women Veterans.

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Follow Us on Instagram

Did you know you can follow Veterans Benefits Administration (VBA) on Instagram? Be one of the first to learn about benefit updates, VBA job openings, events, and stories of fellow Veterans by following @vabenefits on Instagram today!
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The American Legion at 101

The American Legion, which turns 101 years old in March, is the nation's largest Veterans Service Organization. Growing in membership this year after passage of the 2019 LEGION Act, the American Legion remains committed to its core pillars of service and support for Veterans, defense, youth, and Americanism. American Legion Magazine Editor, Jeff Stoffer, recently spoke with VA Under Secretary for Benefits, Paul R. Lawrence, Ph.D., about VBA's pursuit of its #BestYearEver.

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