Post 9/11 GI Bill® FAQ

GI Bill - Computer Training

Please Note: ComputerMinds.com is not associated or affiliated in any way with the the U.S. Department of Veteran Affairs (VA). The GI Bill® trademark — and all associated services — belong to the VA.

What is the Post 9/11 G.I. Bill®?

The Post-9/11 GI Bill® was established to provide support for veterans in reaching their education goals. Post-9/11 G.I. Bill® benefits are available to individuals who served on active duty after September 10, 2001.

Can I use my G.I. Bill® with ComputerMinds.Com?

Yes! ComputerMinds.Com is approved to accept these education benefits.

What will my G.I. Bill® cover?

These benefits may cover up to 100% of course tuition and exam fees, and can provide a percentage stipend for your courseware, lodging, testing and other training-related costs as well.

Why should I use ComputerMinds.Com?

If a training vendor says you can use GI Bill® to cover the cost of certification, but not the training, they are not accepting your G.I. Bill®. You can always submit VA reimbursement for most major vendor exam costs. ComputerMinds.Com can provide a full training solution using G.I. Bill®, with other training-related costs supported as well.

What are the first steps?

We will review your background and assist you through the application process so you can start your training as quickly as possible.

More Information:

Please contact our Program Advisors

Dr. Orlando Dumas – orlandod@computerminds.com  Cell: (682) 259-8033

Michael Wilson – michaelw@computerminds.com Cell: (817) 944-7348