Military | Veterans @ TurnToTech
Welcome to TurnToTech and Thank You for Your Service!
TurnToTech provides assistance to Veterans and dependents who may be eligible for various VA educational benefits as well as assisting with the on-boarding process and transition to training. As of September 20, 2017, TurnToTech is in the approval process for many government-funded programs for veterans, check back to this page for news on our status. The information below is intended to help military students and does not guarantee funding or eligibility for programs or individuals. Please contact TurnToTech for more information and details.
TurnToTech: (212) 203-4704
Staff: Patricia Vega, Theodore Angelus
Location: TurnToTech HQ, 40 Rector St. 10th Floor, Suite 1012, New York, NY 10006
Hours of Service:
Monday-Thursday: 10:30am – 3:30pm
Friday: 10:30am – 1:30pm
TurnToTech’s Veterans Liaison
- Priority Registration for Veterans
- Program Selection
- Enrollment certification VA form 22-1999
- Attendance verification
- Grade verification
Friendly reminder! Report any changes to your schedule to the VA certifying official immediately.
NEW PROSPECTIVE STUDENTS:
- Click [NEW DOCUMENT] for our Veterans/Dependents Enrollment Checklist – with your steps to enroll in classes at TurnToTech and use your GI Bill educational benefits.
- Click [NEW TAB HERE] for detailed information for each Chapter listed below.
- Montgomery GI Bill – Active Duty, Chapter 30
- Post 9/11 GI Bill, Chapter 33 and 33-TOE
- Montgomery GI Bill – Selected Reserves, Chapter 1606
- Montgomery GI Bill – Activated Reservists, Chapter 1607
- Vocational Rehabilitation and Education program, Chapter 31
- Survivors & Dependents, Chapter 35
Click on the appropriate link for information about each Benefit or click here to learn more from the VA
Montgomery GI Bill – Active Duty, Chapter 30
Post 9/11 GI Bill, Chapter 33
Montgomery GI Bill – Selected Reserves, Chapter 1606
Vocational Rehabilitation and Education program, Chapter 31
Survivors & Dependents, Chapter 35
CHAPTER 30, MONTGOMERY GI BILL – ACTIVE DUTY
Establishes a program of educational benefits for eligible persons entering military service after June 30, 1985, who have had their basic military pay reduced for their first 12 months of service and received a discharge specified as “honorable”. The maximum entitlement is 36 months of full-time benefits. Monthly benefit rates are determined by the VA. Benefits terminate 10 years after date of separation.
Chapter 30 Kickers – Higher monthly benefits are paid to Chapter 30 participants with “kickers” and to Chapter 30 participants who made additional Chapter 30 payments.
POST 9/11 GI BILL (Chapter 33)
The Post-9/11 GI Bill is for individuals with at least 90 days of aggregate service on or after September 11, 2001, or individuals discharged with a service-connected disability after 30 days. You must have received an honorable discharge to be eligible for the Post-9/11 GI Bill.
This benefit provides up to 36 months of education benefits; generally benefits are payable for 15 years following your release from active duty. Here is the link for the VA Transfer of Entitlement program.
CHAPTER 1606, MONTGOMERY GI BILL – SELECTED RESERVES
To be eligible for educational assistance a person must have a 6-year obligation to serve in the selected reserve after June 30, 1985. Maximum entitlement is 36 months of full-time benefits which terminate 10 years from the date of eligibility or the day following separation from a reserve component.
Chapter 1606 Kickers – An additional amount, called a kicker, may be added to the benefit of some Chapter 1606 students.
NOTE: Active duty personnel are reimbursed for tuition and fees only, but are accessed entitlement charges at the rate of attend.
CHAPTER 1607, MONTGOMERY GI BILL – ACTIVATED RESERVISTS (REAP)
Chapter 1607 makes certain individuals who were activated on or after 9-11-01 either eligible for education benefits or eligible for increased benefits. Maximum entitlement is 36 months of full-time benefits.
First, to assist the service-disabled veteran to prepare for, obtain, and maintain suitable employment (including educational assistance).
Second, for those persons who are severely disabled and that gainful employment is not an option, assistance may be provided to allow that person to live more independently in his or her community.
More information about VR&E benefits may be found by visiting your local VA Regional Office, by going online to http://www.vba.va.gov/bln/vre/index.htm, or by calling 1-800-827-1000.
CHAPTER 35, SURVIVOR’S AND DEPENDENTS
Sons, daughters and spouses of a veteran may be eligible for benefits if the veteran died while on active duty, died after discharge from active duty of a service-connected disability, is permanently and totally disabled as a result of a service-connected disability, or listed as missing in action for a total of more than 90 days. Eligible persons are entitled to a maximum of 45 months of full-time benefits. Generally, the eligibility period for sons and daughters is between the ages of 18 and 26. A spouse may use educational benefits during a 10 year period after eligibility is found.
The following documents are available for Veterans and their dependents eligible for funding through the VA.
Please let us know if you need more information about TurnToTech or our policies and procedures to complete your files.
- TurnToTech TurnToTech License from New York State Board of Education
- Attendance Policy (pdf coming soon)
- TurnToTech History (pdf coming soon)
- Enrollment Certification Request (Form coming soon)
We are in the process of updating our forms with the most relevant information.
Please contact Patricia Vega (pv at turntotech.io) with requests for forms and questions.