There are many good careers for women veterans out there, but some are better than others. Many women veterans have highly technical skills or have medical skills and can easily transition into industries such as healthcare or information technology.

The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) has projected that over the next ten years, healthcare and information technology as two of the fastest-growing industries in the economy almost 16 million jobs in healthcare and about 3 million jobs in information technology. According to the Department of Veteran Affairs, there are approximately 2 million women veterans. The National Center for Veterans Analysis and Statistics found that in 2015 just 21 percent of all women veterans had a high school diploma or less as their highest level of educational attainment. With so many opportunities available in healthcare and information technology, many female veterans may want to upgrade their knowledge and skills in those fields to boost their chances for employment.

The Veterans Administration has education benefits available for both active duty service members and veterans. Hence, female active duty service members can begin training prior to discharging. Plus, the Veterans Opportunity to Work (VOW) to Hire Heroes Act, signed into law in 2011, allows service members to seek job opportunities while still on active duty. As a result of this law, many public and private sector companies have created programs for hiring veterans, many of whom are women looking for stable, good careers.

Career Technical Institute (CTI) is part of the Principles of Excellence Program with dedicated Military Career Advisors to help active duty service members and veterans train in VA-approved education and training programs in various healthcare and information technology career fields. CTI’s Military Career Advisors are able to answer questions about VA Education Benefits and Tuition Assistance.

Choose from a variety of training options in both healthcare and information technology:

Classes are offered on campus or online. For most of these programs, CTI offers online classes with web-based course management and collaboration portal for distance learning. Using the Portal, students can access their courses, interact directly with their Instructor, attend lectures, and benefit from a variety of e-Reference materials, all of which are available 24/7. So, whether actively serving in the military or working full-time, part-time or in between opportunities, you can get the training you need for advancement. Students may also attend classes at CTI’s Washington D.C. campus, located in the downtown business district, with easy access to public transportation.

At CTI you will get the training you need to advance your career. CTI is accredited by the Council on Occupational Education and is a registered school operating under a license from the Washington, DC Higher Education Licensure Commission. Military Career Advisors are waiting on standby for your call.

Contact CTI regarding both Online and Campus-based programs approved for VA Education benefits. Call 888-516-5339 today and ask for Keith or Vivian!!