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Small efforts can have a big impact.

On average, it takes just five to seven hours per week of studying to complete a career training program in the timeframe allotted, according to University of the Potomac’s Training Assessment Managers. These professionals provide personalized support to help service members transition into rewarding civilian careers.

It’s just one of the ways University of the Potomac partners with transitioning service members, veterans and spouses. Our Potomac Workforce Training & Development Center can help you make the most of your military education benefits with our new Education 2 Employment programs, designed for busy adults like you.


Get started today

Use your GI Bill to start training for a new career immediately with one of our self-paced, flexible programs. Most can be completed within four to six months after you register. Begin the enrollment process today by requesting more information on one of hundreds of courses to prepare you for a high-demand, high-growth job after your military career.

Find a program for you

Find a program that is just right for you by browsing the course catalog. All programs list the average number of hours it takes to complete training and the length of time you have access to your training, so you can find a program that works with your schedule.

Military spouses can also take advantage of these flexible programs and classes through University of the Potomac. With the new Military Spouse Career Advancement Accounts (MyCAA)  Initiative, military spouses can even qualify for up to $4,000 in scholarships toward their education.

Get personalized answers

Have questions? Your Training Assessment Manager will guide you through the entire process – from pre-enrollment to course completion.


Whatever career training program you chose, University of the Potomac is here to serve you. Get personalized assistance with your military-to-civilian transition today at 1-844-­235-­9108 or [email protected] or visit the Potomac Workforce Training & Development Center online at potomac.theknowledgebase.org.

 

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