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Veterans' Educational Assistance Program
PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS FOR OFFICER PERSONNEL The   Navy   offers   the   following   professional development  programs  to  provide  qualified  officers the  opportunity  to  further  their  education.     Contact your  local  Educational  Services  Office  about  these programs. COLLEGE DEGREE PROGRAM The   College   Degree   Program   provides   an opportunity   for   active-duty   naval   officers   in   the grades   of   chief   warrant   officer   (W-2)   through commander   to   earn   baccalaureate   degrees   in approved   service-related   fields   through   full-time study at civilian educational institutions.  Participants receive  full  pay  and  allowances,  but  they  must  pay their tuition and all other program expenses.   Refer to OPNAVINST   1520.26   for   detailed   eligibility requirements and application procedures. WHITE HOUSE FELLOWS PROGRAM The   White   House   Fellows   Program   provides experiences  in  the  process  of  governing  our  nation. Selectees for this program are assigned for a period of 1  year  to  the  White  House  staff,  the  Vice  President, members of the Cabinet, or other top-level offices in the   executive   branch. You   can   obtain   detailed instructions, eligibility requirements, and application procedures   on   this   program   by   writing   to   the following address: Chief of Naval Personnel WHF Program Manager (Pers-440) Navy Department Washington, D.C.   20370 DEFENSE LANGUAGE PROGRAMS Designated   officer   billets   require   foreign language   proficiency. Officers   desiring   an assignment  that  requires  foreign  language  training should submit a letter to their detailer specifying the type of assignment desired.   Officers selected for this program serve on active duty following graduation for a   period   of   twice   the   length   of   the   instruction received. For    more    information,    refer    to OPNAVINST 1550.7 and CNETINST 1550.9. GRADUATE EDUCATION The  Navy  places  great  importance  on  graduate education. Graduate education is specifically aimed at the  Navy’s  best  and  brightest  performers,  with  the goal of educating 20 percent of the officer corps.  The Navy   needs   officers   with   the   skills   to   perform important operational and theoretical work in policy, managerial,   and   scientific   fields. The   Navy   also needs  officers  educated  for  sustained  contributions vice those in training for the next assignment only. Officers   must   volunteer   for   Navy-funded graduate education. Those who take advantage of this opportunity   incur   obligated   service. Officers interested  in  graduate  education  should  contact  the Graduate  Education  Placement  Officer  (Pers-440B), DSN 224-3321; commercial (703) 614-3321. Naval Postgraduate School, Monterey The   Naval   Postgraduate   School   (NPS)   in Monterey,   California,   is   in   the   forefront   of postgraduate  opportunities.     It  is  committed  to  the strength   and   vitality   of   our   future   leadership. Students at NPS work with the highest caliber naval officers and faculty.  As NPS graduates, officers direct national   security   and   naval   matters   with   the confidence  and  intellectual  competence  required  of future   leaders. Detailed   information   on   the postgraduate  curriculum  conducted  at  NPS  may  be found in the  Catalog of Naval Postgraduate School. Other  references  include  OPNAVINST  1520.23  and OPNAVNOTE 1520. Advanced Education Program The   Advanced   Education   Program   allows active-duty officers to engage in full-time, personally funded graduate education, resulting in a subspecialty designation. Participants   receive   regular   pay   and allowances,  but  they  must  pay  their  tuition  and  all other expenses.  They are not eligible for Navy tuition assistance;   however,   they   may   use   their   in-service Veterans’ Affairs (VA) educational benefits if eligible. OPNAVINST 1520.30  contains  detailed  information about this program. Scholarship Program The   Scholarship   Program   permits   selected officers   to   accept   scholarships,   fellowships,   and grants from eligible donors.   Officers selected for this program serve on active duty following graduation for 9-2

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