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FAQ’s – Troop to Teachers

FAQ’s – Troop to Teachers 2020-01-04T15:26:52-07:00

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Troops to Teachers was established in 1993 to assist transitioning Service members and veterans in beginning new careers as K-12 school teachers in public, charter, and Bureau of Indian Education schools.
Former and retired members of the Army, Air Force, Navy, Marine Corps and Coast Guard, Reserve components and National Guard (additional restrictions apply).
Services include counseling and placement assistance for eligible members of the armed forces to become a K-12 teacher. Financial assistance in the form of a stipend or a bonus may be available to participants who meet specific military service and application requirements. See “Financial Assistance” for additional information on financial assistance.
Program applications must be submitted within three years of retirement or separation to receive financial assistance, with the exception of retired Reserves.
You will not be eligible for financial assistance, but will be eligible to receive counseling and referral services.
Financial assistance in the form of a stipend or a bonus may be available to participants who meet military service and registration requirements. The maximum amount of financial assistance provided to eligible TTT participants may not exceed $10,000.
Counseling and referral services consist of guidance on how to meet state teaching certification requirements and choose a certification program. Any current or former member of the armed forces is eligible for counseling and referral services.

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