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Transition Assistance
Captain Loren V. Heckelman, U. S. Navy (Ret.). 
HRCMOAA Transition Assistance Liaison
Loren can be reached at Loren.Heckelman@cox.net.
 
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A collaborative effort to bring you an evening program on funding higher education presented by
VTC’s Educational Opportunity Center
and
Fleet & Family Support Center
NAS Oceana

Date:  Wednesday, 15 April 2015
Time: 6 - 8 p.m. 

Location:  Naval Air Station Oceana, Building 223 CNATTU Auditorium

“Funding a College Education”
VTC’s Educational Opportunity Center

Areas Covered:

  • College selection & Application process
  • Federal aid & State aid programs
  • Grants, loans, work study, etc.
  • FAFSA, financial aid applications, procedures, processing……….
  • Survive the scholarship search
  • Scholarship application process
  • Other various funding areas/items of concern
“Understanding Your GI Bill Benefits”
FFSC NAS Oceana

Areas Covered:

  • There’s more than one GI Bill!
  • Montgomery GI Bill (MGIB)
  • Post 9/11 GI Bill
  • GI Bill Application process
  • Post 9/11 Transferability rules 
  • Researching schools & a school’s GI Bill point of contact
  • Other various GI Bill funding areas/items of concern
  • Question and Answer session 

Open to all military personnel (active or reserve), retirees, family members, and other base employees/personnel, including DOD civilian employees.  Normal base access is required; no special base pass arrangements will be made for this program by FFSC or the VTC/EOC representative.

Information will be available to assist rising high school JUNIORS & SENIORS, parents of all high school students, plus active duty & veteran adult learners

More info:

     VTC’s EOC  =  Darryl Greenwell
     489-3329 or 363-3944
     dgreenwell.eoc@edufind.org

     FFSC  =  Brian Scott 
     433-2912
     brian.d.scott.ctr@navy.mil
 

DISABILITY BENEFITS REVIEW WORKSHOP
UNCLASSIFIED

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GENTEXT/REMARKS/

1.  FLEET AND FAMILY SUPPORT CENTERS (FFSC) OF HAMPTON ROADS, IN CONJUNCTION WITH THE VIRGINIA DEPARTMENT OF VETERAN'S SERVICES, OFFERS A VETERAN'S DISABILITY BENEFITS REVIEW WORKSHOP. PARTICIPANTS WILL LEARN HOW TO REVIEW SERVICE MEDICAL RECORDS; IDENTIFY MEDICAL CONDITIONS THAT MAY LEAD TO A COMPENSABLE DISABILITY RATING WITH THE VETERAN'S SERVICES; REQUEST VOCATIONAL REHABILITATION BENEFITS AND TRAINING; AND COMPLETE THEIR APPLICATION FOR SUBMISSION.  SERVICE MEMBERS SHOULD BE WITHIN 60 DAYS TO SIX MONTHS OF RETIREMENT OR SEPARATION DATE TO FILE A CLAIM IN THIS WORKSHOP.  SPOUSES ARE HIGHLY ENCOURAGED TO ATTEND.

2.  PARTICIPANTS WILL NEED TO BRING THEIR ORIGINAL MEDICAL RECORDS AND COPIES OF THE FOLLOWING:
A.  MEDICAL RECORD
B.  MARRIAGE CERTIFICATE
C.  CHILDREN'S BIRTH CERTIFICATES AND/OR ADOPTION PAPERS 
D.  DEPENDENT'S SOCIAL SECURITY NUMBER(S) 
E.  DIVORCE DECREE AND/OR DEATH CERTIFICATE FOR PREVIOUS MARRIAGES OF SERVICE MEMBER OR SPOUSE, IF APPLICABLE.
F.  BANK ACCOUNT AND ROUTING NUMBERS

3.  THE FOLLOWING VA DISABILITY CLASSES WILL BE HELD:
DATE          TIME          LOCATION/PHONE NUMBERS
02 APR 15     0730-1600     OCEANA/433-2912
02 APR 15     0800-1630     YORKTOWN/887-4606
09 APR 15     0800-1630     LITTLE CREEK/462-7563
30 APR 15     0800-1630     LITTLE CREEK/462-7563
07 MAY 15     0730-1600     OCEANA/433-2912
14 MAY 15     0800-1630     LITTLE CREEK/462-7563
28 MAY 15     0800-1630     LITTLE CREEK/462-7563
04 JUN 15     0730-1600     OCEANA/433-2912
11 JUN 15     0800-1630     LITTLE CREEK/462-7563
25 JUN 15     0800-1630     LITTLE CREEK/462-7563

4.  REGISTER AT THE FFSC WEBSITE AT WWW.CNIC.NAVY.MIL/NAVYLIFEMA
FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION, CONTACT THE APPROPRIATE FFSC LOCATION LISTED ABOVE.// BT
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March 24, 2015 
Time: 10am-2pm
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More than 40 employers attending
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