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MedCerts is proud to be ranked a Military Friendly® School for the 4th year in a row, this time as No. 2 in the non-traditional schools category.
“We are proud to serve our military students and honored to be named one of the Military Friendly Schools for the fourth year in a row,” said MedCerts CEO, Jason Aubrey.
This prestigious award goes to leading educational institutions that go under intense review for the ability to fully serve military students.
Military Friendly Schools are Ranked in 6 Categories:
Military Friendly® is the military ratings division of VIQTORY, which is a service-disabled, veteran-owned company.
This program ranks colleges and companies on their programs to recruit and retain vets as students and employees. How Military Friendly Schools are chosen is based on how well a school does in three areas:
Data is collected from public data sources, proprietary survey data, and personal surveys from veterans.
After collecting survey information with the help of industry subject experts, the results are reviewed by EY (Ernst & Young) before being rated. The survey results are then released and promoted among the military community and the organizations that made the prestigious list.
“Military Friendly® is the standard that measures an organization’s commitment, effort and success in creating sustainable and meaningful benefit for the military community,” states the Military Friendly website.
MedCerts is proud to serve military members and their spouses who serve. Military life is challenging, especially with constant moves and unpredictability. By providing flexible, online educational opportunities, MedCerts helps military families prepare for the workforce in high-demand, portable careers.
Spouses are especially impacted during active duty, and MedCerts provides a way for prospective students looking for a career that fits their chaotic lifestyle.
“Providing education 100% online allows us to give our students the opportunity to complete their training on their own schedule, no matter where the military life takes them,” explained Aubrey. “The lives of our active duty students and their spouses are demanding, but our education consultants, student success specialists and subject matter experts are committed to their success.”
MedCerts provides online, non-traditional programs for careers in healthcare and IT. MedCerts offers flexibility in training, along with on-the-job training opportunities that create new paths for individuals to start their next career move. Since 2009, MedCerts has helped 15,000 students find careers they love in high-demand fields.To learn more about MedCerts programs and certifications visit www.medcerts.com.
If you are a military spouse or your training is provided through the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA), you may be eligible for financial assistance to cover all or some of your tuition.
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