Veteran Transition Publishing
Supporting Military-Connected Students in Higher Education
It is no surprise to the higher education community that military-connected students are arriving on campuses across the country. Of the approximate 250,000 service members who leave the military each year, many will turn to higher education for new opportunities and to enhance their employment prospects.
Drawing on a compilation of best practices and decades of experience in the military and higher education, Camouflage to Campus is the definitive resource for building a first class veterans program that works. This book covers everything from constructing a brand new program to enhancing and growing an already established office.
Each year over 250,000 service members transition from the military and subsequently become veterans. Although veterans are often highly motivated go-getters with a wealth of experience and qualities that stand out to employers, translating these skills and integrating into a civilian workforce can still be a challenge. Fortunately for you, Camo to Career is the essential guide written exclusively for recently separated service members looking to launch a successful career. This book covers everything from ways to maximize your time on a college campus to what to expect on the job – as well as how to deal with the unexpected.
The Fabulous 5: Revisiting Best Practices for Supporting Military-Connected Students
It’s been over a decade since the first publications surfaced about military-connected students in higher ed. From community colleges to large public universities and elite private schools, many institutions have invested resources and taken time to learn about this unique and talented student population. Although the past decade has illuminated an assortment of scholarship , tools, techniques and strategies for effectively supporting military-connected students, it’s important to revisit these recommendations to consider their efficacy moving forward. Remember – it’s not enough to simply have an office or a webpage. You need to ensure that you’re maintaining a healthy relationship and dialogue with your students, creating a vibrant culture, and evaluating your program frequently.
To help you stay on track, we’ve compiled the following list of the timeless essentials for ensuring a successful military-connected community. READ MORE
What is Veteran Transition Publishing?
Do you work with veterans in higher education? Are you looking for ways to grow your program? Unsure where to start or where to go next? Perfect! We want to help answer these questions for you…and more.
Drawing on a compilation of best practices and decades of experience in the military and higher education, Veteran Transition Publishing is the definitive resource for building a first class veterans program that works.
Our services cover everything from constructing a brand new program to enhancing and growing an already established office. Utilizing a combination of a professional development course, webinars, white papers, knowledge base, best practices, publications and support network, Veteran Transition Publishing is constantly updating its offerings to ensure our clients are creating an effective and authentically military-friendly program.
All of the authors/contributors have developed and continue to oversee nationally-recognized student veteran programs.
Terry J. Arndt and Dr. Nicholas J. Osborne describe Veteran Transition Publishing, the importance of our services and resources, as well as the impact they are having in developing higher education programming for our student veterans.