Military Consumer Month

July is Military Consumer Month! “Whether you’re a new recruit, a servicemember PCS’ing with your family, or a soon-to-be veteran, the FTC wants to share some ways to steer clear of rip-offs and scammers.”
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This tax season, start with MilTax from Military OneSource and the Department of Defense. MilTax free tax services include tax prep and e-filing software and personalized support that address the realities of military life.
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Rutgers Division of Continuing Studies

Rutgers Division of Continuing Studies enriches lives by widening access to educational opportunities for learners ages 4-100+. The Rutgers Reading Program strengthens reading skills for both kids and adults. The Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at Rutgers University offers personal enrichment classes for those over 50. Visit to explore a wide variety of professional development, degree completion, and personal enrichment opportunities at Rutgers.

Webfinder: Job Resources for Veterans

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Career OneStop: Veteran and Military Transition Center – ‘A  one-stop website for employment, training, and financial help after military service.’ Includes resources for military spouses. There is also a related site, My Next Move for Veterans (U.S. Department of Labor).

Leaving the Military – Transitioning resources and advice on Employment & Education, Separation & Retirement, and Guard & Reserves options (Military OneSource).

New Jersey Jobs: Veterans Services (NJ Career Services) – “Veterans receive first priority referral to all job and training opportunities in which they qualify. Staff specialists at local One-Stop Career Centers help veterans find suitable jobs and opportunities. At One-Stop Career Centers veterans can also enroll in free job search workshops, find help developing a …CLICK HERE TO SEE THE REST OF THIS WEBFINDER!

Post 9/11 GI Bill FAQ

Are you a Veteran considering obtaining a degree or vocational training? In this article, you will learn how the Post-9/11 GI Bill can help with costs of tuition, housing, textbooks, school supplies, and occasionally relocation services if the recipient is from a rural area. Find out how the Post-9/11 GI Bill, managed by the U.S. Department of Veteran’s Affairs (VA), can help you today:

COVID-19 resources for military families

MilitaryOneSource offers info, counseling, and more! See:

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Links updated July 2022.