The GI Bill has several programs, and each is administered differently, depending on a veteran's eligibility and duty status.

 Training Available through the GI Bill

  • College degree programs including Associate, Bachelor, and advanced degree programs.
  • Vocational/Technical Training including non-college degree programs.
  • On-the-job/Apprenticeship Training.
  • Licensing & Certification Reimbursement.
  • National Testing Programs such as SAT, CLEP, AP, etc.
  • Flight Training.
  • Correspondence Training.
  • Work-study programs.
  • Tuition Assistance Top-Up.

Tutorial Assistance.

Several states have identified solutions to issues for certification and licensing and launched special initiatives to recognize the prior learning of service members and veterans.

Indiana Fun World will identify these grants to better help veterans thru their transition.

Detailed below are two strategies identified for Veterans and Military Families to address challenges related to certification and licensure of military veterans.

  • Indiana Fun World must first identify work roles within the our company before requiring state/federal license or certification, and concurrently identify military occupations assuming similar skills, training, and experience.
  • Indiana Fun World human resources team must stay up-to-date and informed as to state-specific policies, programs, and initiatives focused on licensing and certification programs impacting veterans, particularly as those initiatives relate to work roles in demand at any of our attractions.
  • Leverage internships, job shadowing, and similar initiatives as an opportunity for veterans lacking the experience dimension of a licensing/certification requirement, to acquire necessary experience.
  • Leverage local workforce development organizations who provide training to fulfill certification requirements for many work roles. This training is often without cost to Indiana Fun World.

Training & Educational Opportunities


Indiana Fun World will utilize the GI Bill and other special initiatives to enable education and training.

The term GI Bill refers to any Department of Veterans Affairs education benefit earned by members of Active Duty, Selected Reserve and National Guard Armed Forces and their families. The benefit is designed to help service members and eligible veterans cover costs associated with pursuing an education or training.

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There are American veterans who live among us. Yet, most of the time we don’t even know it. Unless they are family members, we tend not to notice them