Military Relations

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  • Veteran Chad Miller smiling for a photo with his service dog at Bryant & Stratton College

    From Air Force Veteran to the Middle of the Atlantic

    Bryant & Stratton College Amherst campus medical billing and coding student Chad Miller served in the United States Air Force, where he met his rowing teammates. The four veterans decided to take on a unique challenge that would not only test their physical limits but also raise awareness for a cause close to their hearts. Read his story in our blog!

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  • Medical assisting alumna spotlight with colors

    Alumni Spotlight: Meet Patricia Finocchario '22

    After 16 years as an airplane captain, aviation mechanic mate, and intelligence specialist in the Navy, medical assisting (MA) alumna Patricia Finocchario discovered her passion for the medical field. Read more about Patricia and her story in our blog!

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  • Edward Krohn has Embraced Lifelong Learning

    Edward Krohn wears a lot of professional hats. At Bryant & Stratton College, he teaches courses in business principals and strategic and global management. In the civilian world, he works for the...

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  • 3 Military Skills that Transfer to a Career in IT

    For veterans, returning to civilian life can offer new opportunities. However, a common challenge as a result of the military to civilian transition is deciding which opportunities to pursue especiall...

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  • Do Military Credits Earned on Active Duty Count Toward My Degree?

    Do the courses you took during military training count toward your civilian degree? The short answer is, maybe. For military members who are working toward earning a degree, the first step to military...

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  • From Combat Boots to the Corporate Ladder

    By: Josh Galle, Veterans and Government Recruiting Lead and Kelly Young, Human Resources Program Manager at Humana Like many corporations, Humana has recognized the value that military veteran...

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