As of Friday, December 17, 2021, students using Chapter 33 (Post 9/11) Educational Benefits will be required to verify their enrollment. The VA Educational Office will be sending communications to you in the coming months, be on the lookout for more information.
Please visit the Verification of Enrollment webpage for information about the new requirement.
All programs offered through UCF Continuing Education are not approved as part of the GI Bill Educational Benefits. Graduate Certificate Programs are eligible for GI Educational Benefits. Approved list of Graduate Certificate Program, click here.
Please consult with the Veterans Academic Resource Center and/or the VA Educational Office directly before enrolling into any these programs.
Dedicated to working with student veterans, our Academic/Career Advisor can help you find the right major, minor and even career. This includes learning how to gain professional experience in your field while you are attending UCF. Our career counselor can also assist you in finding information about employers, developing a successful resume and practicing your interview skills. Additionally, the Veterans Academic Resource Center offers programs geared toward career readiness and employability.
Look for this week long program of employer information sessions, employability presentations, and networking opportunities, held every fall and spring.
The employers participating send their Human Resources and Recruiting Staff to participate. Veterans Career Week will host discussions, question and answer panel sessions around the following topics:
During these panel discussions, you will have the opportunity to learn about strategies to improve your job/career search and gain employment. Additionally, various employers will have individual breakout rooms designed to engage and network specifically with you.
Employers may also choose to present workshops or career development sessions such as resume critiques and mock interviews.
Why Attend This Program: