I am a service-disabled veteran

with at least a 10% disability rating interested in pursuing a career in the electronics industry.

I am a transitioning soldier

stationed in the Fort Bragg, NC area

Veteran Support Services

Our Advocates will give you an overview and determine if you are a proper fit for our program. We will also learn more about you, and discuss your current situation. Once we determine you are a good fit for the program, we will help you with the application process and provide strategic benchmarks in addition to following up with you regularly. Your Advocate will serve as a source of support every step of the way–past graduation and employment.

Training

Our enrollment is rolling, so you can start when your schedule permits. Work with your VR&E Counselor, and Advocate to set a specific start date. Once you are on site, meet your advocate, instructors and our team.

Gaining Experience While Earning Internationally Recognized Industry Certifications

Many of our graduates enter our program with no previous electronics experience. Over the next five months, students will receive both class and lab training. Having a program that is five months in length, we strive to set realistic expectations that our students feel are attainable. Upon completion of the program, each student will earn internationally recognized certifications that offer a variety of employment options.