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Registered apprenticeships constitute qualified training for a veteran to receive benefits under Chapter 30, Montgomery GI Bill and Chapter 31, Vocational Rehabilitation.
Depending on your length of service, your survivors may be eligible under Chapter 35, Survivors or Dependents programs. Check with OPI for specifics.
All GI Bill programs have the same participation requirements and pay a monthly stipend directly to the eligible beneficiary. However, the payment amount varies by program.
Sponsored by Operating Engineers Local 139, the Combat to Construction program helps veterans, returning veterans, reservists, and National Guard members obtain the basic skills needed to operate heavy equipment.
The eight-week course occurs in two phases:
Sponsored by the Wisconsin Pipe Trades Association, the Veterans in Piping program helps veterans, returning veterans, reservists, and National Guard members obtain the basic skills needed for a rewarding career within the pipe trades.
The 18-week program occurs in two phases: