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We are here to assist current students, graduates, and members of the community in making positive, self-aware life changes through professional and personal planning.

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Maximize Your Veteran's Educational Benefits.
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Follow this link to receive information regarding possible tuition reduction and veteran’s educational services at SCC, or call (509) 533-7027. The SCC Veterans Affairs office is located within Student Success and Career Services in Bldg 6 (Lair), Room 0112. You may also want to visit the official government source for veterans’ educational information and resources at www.gibill.va.gov

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(Located at SCC, BLDG 6 (the Lair) in the Workforce Education office)

Connections to veteran trusted resources for Veterans, Spouses, and Dependents:

  • VA Healthcare
  • Service Connection disability claims
  • Alternative funding solutions for training
  • Veterans linked Deposit Program (reduce business loan interest by 2%)
  • Homeless Supports
  • Veteran owned business registry
  • Someone who will listen
  • Green Job directions
  • Individual and Family Counseling
  • Mock Interviews
  • Post-Traumatic Stress education and counseling
  • Military Sexual Trauma Supports
  • VA Work-study
  • Military-to-Civilian resume translation

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What is the Veterans Conservation Corps?
One of the missions of the Veterans Conservation Corps (VCC) is to assist veterans by providing volunteer opportunities on natural resources restoration projects that help protect and restore Washington’s watersheds (rivers, streams, lakes, marine waters, forests and open lands).

Who Can Participate?
Any Veteran is eligible. Veterans and their families can choose to participate. Their names will be kept confidential. In return, participants will have an opportunity to help the environment, contribute to the community and earn valuable job skills in the environmental field. This is a great opportunity for veterans returning to school or work as an internship, an apprenticeship, VA work-study participant, or as a volunteer. (Department of Veteran Affairs logo) Participants will earn valuable work experience that would enhance a resume and provide excellent work references.

For more information, call
(509) 533-7214.


Spokane Community College
1810 N. Greene St.
Spokane, WA 99217-5399
For general information call:
509-533-7000 or
1-800-248-5644
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