American Association of Christian Counselors: No matter where you are located within the United States, there are Christian Counselors that are willing and able to help work through any struggles that you might be encountering.
Career Guidance and Job Placement for Veterans: The transition from military to civilian life can be challenging, including when veterans seek employment. The Institute for Veterans Education and Training (IVET) offers a five-day Career Selection and Preparation Workshop™ for service members and veterans free of charge at Liberty University and other locations including Richmond and Hampton Roads.
Family Resources: Family members of military service members will experience and encounter unique experiences during their time in the military. Liberty University would like to help provide assistance with information specifically related to spouses and dependants as well as deployments and education benefits through our family resources page.
Initial/Entry Training: While beginning your military training, you will have to juggle many responsibilities between the military, family, and education. We would like to share with you some helpful tips that will assist in making your initial training less stressful for you, your parents, or others who will be helping you take care of your personal, financial and educational matters.
Make the Connection: a website created to connect service members and veterans “with other people, with resources, with symptoms and experiences, and with treatment and support.” U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs
Military OneSource: Designed and created with military families in mind, Military OneSource was created to provide information on many aspects of military life whether it be legal information, deployment, K-12 and college education.
Military Deployment: Military deployments do not hold to a set schedule and can often interrupt your educational plans. When you are faced with a deployment or unexpected duty, we have a process in place to assist you.