With the GI Bill, veterans and military families are eligible to get up to 100% of any vocational training program reimbursed. RefactorU is proud and honored to be approved by the Colorado State Approving Agency for Veterans Education & Training.
Students eligible for the The Post-9/11 GI Bill, Montgomery GI Bill (Active Duty/Selected Reserve), Reserve Educational Assistance Program, Veterans Educational Assistance Program, and Survivors’ and Dependents’ Educational Assistance Program, may be eligible to apply those benefits to RefactorU’s Web Application Development Bootcamp.
Veterans and military families are eligible to receive 100% reimbursement for our web development bootcamp
“I feel that my military experience has given me a one-up over my peers as a junior developer. I’m much more productive having that military experience on hand.”
Developers have a passion for building. Veterans excel as developers because they show strong pride in their creativity and workmanship.
Web developers, like our military, never give up. Every day presents a new challenge, but coders never quit when the going gets tough.
Creating solutions is a group effort. Veterans have an advantage when it comes to leading, communicating, and resolving team conflicts.
There are several steps that you need to accomplish in order to utilize your education benefits in a smooth timely manner. Please be advised that it takes up to 30-45 days for the VA to send you a Certificate Of Eligibility (COE), So please plan ahead when applying your benefits.
STEP 1. If you are a dependent, the military service member must use the DEERS/MilConnect system to complete a DOD transferability application to transfer benefits to you. When approved by the VA, the military service member will be mailed a Transfer of Eligible Benefits (TEB) document. If you are not a dependent, go to step 2.
STEP 2. Fill out the form 22-1990 “Application For VA Educational Benefits.”
STEP 3. Once you receive your COE, send a copy of this letter to our office.
“Anybody looking to make a career transition into this field—if you have GI Benefits or not—ten weeks versus 4 years makes it a no-brainer.”