Cervantes said she hopes to see more veterans come through MCC under the VRAP program in the spring as word gets out.
Some probably went to other schools, or others 'may have found jobs, so they didn't need to use VRAP, hopefully.
The goal of VRAP is to train a total of 99,000 Veterans over the next two years in more than 200 job skills that the Department of Labor (DOL) has determined are the most sought-after by employers.
Veterans approved for VRAP are encouraged to enroll as soon as possible and begin training full-time in a VA-approved program of study at their local community college or technical school.
Veterans who have been approved for VRAP are encouraged to enroll as soon as possible to start training full-time in a VA-approved program of study offered by a community college or technical school.
We ask anyone who knows an unemployed Veteran to tell them about VRAP," said Coy.
VRAP can be used in educational programs approved for VA benefits offered at a community college or a technical school.
When VRAP training began it was limited to 45,000 veterans from July 1, 2012, through Sept.
At the Veteran Open House in Detroit, VA will give VRAP presentations several times a day to inform Veterans about the program and how to apply, and answer any questions.
Information and the application for VRAP are available at www.
While the initial response has been encouraging, VA officials stress the need for a sustained effort to reach potential VRAP
gov/VOW, or call VA's Call Centers toll free at 1-800-827-1000, Veterans may also access the VRAP
application online at https://www.