American Corporate Partners (ACP) Mentoring
Augusta University is proud to be a partner with American Corporate Partners (ACP). ACP’s free Mentoring Program connects post-9/11 veterans, active duty spouses and eligible military spouses (Protégés) with corporate professionals (Mentors) for customized mentorships. ACP assists veterans and eligible spouses on their path towards fulfilling, long-term careers, whether the veteran is job searching or newly employed. Typical mentorship goals include resume review and interview preparation; career exploration and understanding job opportunities; career advancement once a position is obtained; work-life balance; networking; small business development; and leadership and professional communication. If you are interested in participating, check out their website.
Augusta University’s Chapter of Student Veterans of America
The mission of AU’s chapter of Student Veterans of America is to enable members to succeed by providing social, financial, and disability resources, network support and advocacy, at Augusta University, the local Augusta community, and nationally through service events, and through collaboration with the SVA headquarters. Be a part of this group of students to make great connections and do great things!
Georgia Military Women – CSRA
This is an invaluable resource for female veterans! Meet with sister vets for friendship, networking, and support. To learn more, email email@example.com.
Need connectivity to the internet at home, on the ball field, while traveling so you can be academically successful? If so, MVS has hot spots available for loan, at no cost to you. A hot spot agreement form must be signed and the hot spot has to be returned at the end of each semester but it can be borrowed each term if available. Students wanting more information or to borrow a hot spot can email MVS@augusta.edu or stop by the Office of Military and Veteran Services in Washington Hall, room 212.
Military Advisory Council Resources
Augusta University has created a Military Advisory Council with veterans from the institution and the community. With a wide range of backgrounds, skills, and insights, the Council members are available to support Augusta University military students during their academic journeys and as they transition into the workforce. Have a question or need support for this group? Log it here.
Military Resource Center
The Military Resource Center, located in Washington Hall, room 233, provides military students a place to connect with one another. This space has a lounge area, study tables, and a computer lab. Access is allowed via your JagCard and you may request access here.
Monthly Virtual Meetings for VA Educational Benefits and Tuition Assistance
MVS offers monthly virtual meetings for new/prospective students who are planning to use VA educational benefits or tuition assistance. Invitations to the monthly virtual events are in the student portal or you may email firstname.lastname@example.org for details.
The Office of Military and Veteran Services is a VA work study approved site and have multiple VA work study positions.
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If you are interested in the work-study position, please submit your resume to Samantha Brown at email@example.com.
1:1 Assistance with VA Educational Benefits/Tuition Assistance Request and/or FAFSA
Navigating higher education can be a struggle sometimes but MVS is here to support you. If you need 1:1 assistance in completing the application to VA educational benefits or tuition assistance or requesting federal aid with completing the FAFSA, please let us know. You may email firstname.lastname@example.org to establish an appointment.