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Lancaster veterans, Edwards Air Force Base active duty military, national guard, and reservists, have access to great educational and training opportunities right where you live. A fast-track, quality education can prepare you for a great career in a growing field.1

How to use your GI Bill at Charter College

In California, if you have 100% maximum benefit payable under the Post-9/11 GI Bill, you have $19,198.31 to spend on qualifying educational opportunities. If you are a Lancaster veteran over 35 and unemployed, the government is working on a VRAP extension. Lancaster veterans and their families can find out more about Tuition Assistance and using your GI Bill.

Learn more about Military Education Benefits From A to Z

Fastest growing jobs in the Antelope Valley military scholarships

Medical assistant and dental assistant careers are among those projected to grow the most in the Antelope Valley (LA and Kern Counties) from 2008-2018 according to the State of California Employment Development Department.1 Click to find out some of the fastest growing jobs in Lancaster and how Charter College can get you the training and education that you need close to home. 

top technical colleges for veteransCollege Programs for Lancaster Veterans 

Some of the most popular Charter College programs for Lancaster veterans and active duty are in health care and HVAC/R. Click to find out what programs Veterans are choosing at Charter College and why.2


Veteran Resources

Whether you’re new to Lancaster or you’re returning as a new veteran, you might be wondering where to find everything. Here’s a handy list of local veterans’ resources for Lancaster veterans that can helplancaster veterans choose healthcare programs you with your transition from military to civilian life. From clubs and organizations, medical facilities and more, we hope you find this guide helpful.

Veterans and military get more information for Oxnard, Long Beach, and the Santa Clarita area

1 State of California Employment Development Department, Fastest Growing Occupations, website
2 Charter College Lancaster, program enrollment records for students self-identified as veterans or active duty military, 2007-2012.

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Monday, July 8, 2013
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