Yes, you can utilize your Montgomery G.I. Bill and Post 9-11 Benefits at Carolina School of Broadcasting to get the training and skills you need to start your broadcast career.
The North Carolina State Approving Agency is given authority to grant approval for enrollment of veterans, military and other eligible persons under provisions of Title 38, Section 3676, United States Code.
Carolina School of Broadcasting is approved by the North Carolina State Approving Agency to offer training to those students wishing to utilize their veterans’ benefits. Start with the Veterans On-Line Application VONAPP.
If you don’t have the capability to apply online, you can call 1-888-GI BILL-1 (1-888-442-4551) to have a form mailed to you. Or contact the school’s Certifying Official at 704-395-9272, Ext. 20. We will be glad to provide you with everything you need.
Carolina School of Broadcasting encourages all Active Duty, Reservist, and Veterans using Veterans Benefits to carefully evaluate your options and benefits under the Montgomery GI Bill and the new Post 9/11GI Bill and other available programs before making a decision. There are many things to consider before choosing which benefit you wish to receive and whether or not to participate in the Active-Duty or Reserve GI Bill programs.
Yes, you can utilize your benefits through VRAP at Carolina School of Broadcasting to get the training and skills you need to start your broadcast career.
The VRAP offers 12 months of training assistance to Veterans who:
The Carolina School of Broadcasting proudly complies with the “Principles of Excellence” as detailed in Executive Order 13607.
SPECIAL NOTICE: The VOW to Hire Heroes Act of 2011 provides New Benefits for unemployed veterans. If you are veteran, unemployed and not eligible for any other VA education benefit program, then click here for details!
“As an U.S. Marine and Afghanistan veteran, I went to the Carolina School of Broadcasting with specific goals of where I wanted to be and what I wanted to learn in my career. Carolina School of Broadcasting was able to incorporate my core values and guide me in the right to direction towards success. I am now pursuing the career I’ve always dreamed of, thanks to the military and Carolina School of Broadcasting.” – Peter Rodriguez, Carolina School of Broadcasting Graduate and Veteran of Armed Services
Pictured above: Peter Rodriguez working for ABC News on the floor of the Democratic National Convention 2012 in Charlotte.