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Army Transition Assistance

You’ve already made a career for yourself in the Army, but if you’re considering taking your hard-earned skills to the civilian job market, there are a few things to think about. Fortunately, the Army has several programs and services designed to help you through the process. Here’s a look at just a few.

The Army Correspondence Program (ACCP)

The ACCP is a formal nonresident extension of the US Army Training and Doctrine Command service school’s curricula. It consists of progressive modules and subcourses. These modules and sub courses let you earn points while you work your way toward a promotion in a military career, or offers training in a field of your choice.


Launched in January 2001, eArmyU is an online learning environment that offers access to more than a hundred certification and degree programs through accredited colleges and universities.

Defense Activity for Non-Traditional Education Support (DANTES)

Although DANTES is not a program that’s specific to the Army, it is a vital transition tool for any service member who want to boost their education. DANTES makes it possible for troops anywhere to take advantage of cutting-edge educational tools and curriculum.

Before you leave the military, consider what kind of education you might need to have the kind of civilian career you want. The Army offers these and other support systems to help you prepare now for a successful future. If you’re ready to look at additional online education options, check out our school finder.

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