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The Army Credentialing Program

The Army’s Credentialing Program develops talent for the Army while simultaneously providing Veterans with the technical skills needed to help close the gap in civilian employment skills. Check out our latest overview video .

Army Credentialing Assistance (CA) Program

Find information on applying for CA funding for off-duty courses and/or exams leading to an industry-recognized credential, certification, and/or license below.


COOL

Credentialing Opportunities On-Line

A web resource that helps Army Service members find information on certifications and licenses related to their jobs or civilian occupations. Visit



ArmyIgnitED Phased Go-Live

All Soldiers whose educational institutions have uploaded their course enrollment files can now request tuition assistance for future courses in ArmyIgnitED. As of 15 July 2021, 131 educational institutions, including 23 of the 25 most attended institutions, have completed uploads of their degree plans and enrollment files. A list of those institutions is available at the link below. An additional 33 educational institutions have begun the process of uploading their data. When they are complete, more than 70 percent of tuition assistance enrollments will be available online. Soldiers attending courses at institutions that have not completed upload of degree files to ArmyIgnitED will continue to use the exception to policy process. Visit

Posted July 21, 2021

School for Advanced Military Studies: Get it on your radar for your career and Army Medicine

Ronald Wolf

Today's leaders are confronted with challenges and opportunities that have never been more dynamic or complex. The School for Advanced Military Studies (SAMS) under the Command and General Staff College, Fort Leavenworth, helps leaders effectively understand, manage, and solve complex problems. Visit

Posted July 13, 2021

Army Career Intermission Program

Headquarters, Department of the Army, Deputy Chief of Staff, G-1

The Army is committed to retaining Soldiers with the knowledge, skills, and behaviors necessary to win in the 21st century. U.S. Army’s Career Intermission Program is a retention-based initiative that allows Soldiers to pursue personal goals or professional growth while providing a mechanism for a seamless return to active duty. Visit

Posted July 09, 2021

Memorial ceremony honors Col. Scott Green

Harry Sarles

Members of the Fort Leavenworth community bid farewell to Col. Scott Green, director of the Command and General Staff School, in a memorial ceremony June 30 in the Lewis and Clark Center’s Eisenhower Auditorium. Visit

Posted June 30, 2021

Project Athena: Enabling Leader Self-Development

Brig. Gen. Charles Masaracchia, Col. Samuel Saine, Dr. Jon Fallesen

In the summer of 2020, the U.S. Army Training and Doctrine Command and the Combined Arms Center implemented a new program of self-development that seeks to reenergize the identification of leader basic strengths and developmental needs. Project Athena was developed to motivate and focus self-development for individuals. Project Athena is designed to enable self-awareness and self-development so individuals become more effective leaders. Visit

Posted June 29, 2021

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