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VVTI: Paid Disabled Veteran Job Training
What Does VVTI Teach?
VVTI Program Requirements Application Process
Who Does the VVTI Help?
What Kind of Work Can I Do After Graduating from VVTI?
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Veterans Vocational Technical Institute provides virtual call center and help desk job training for combat wounded and disabled veterans. The job skills provided allow disabled veterans to succeed in high-demand technical positions and maximize their employment opportunities. This year VVTI is also offering contract specific training to spouses of active duty members in the armed forces.
Call 800-274-9772 for more information.
To apply online, please fill out the
Disabled Veterans Job Training Form
Quote of the day April 16th, 2014:
You may have a fresh start any moment you choose, for this thing that we call "failure" is not the falling down, but the staying down.
-- Mary Pickford
Message from the Program Manager
Welcome to the new Veterans Vocational Technical Institute. The VVTI Portal will become more and more important to all of you as you are selected for training. It is a centralized location that contains links to every aspect of your training, from your application to your grade book. Check back often as new and exciting changes are occurring daily. If you are interested in the training, please fill out an application right now.
* 7/30 SCA-2010A Graduation
* 9/6 SCA-2010B Starts
Notes & Reminders
Clock in no earlier than 5 minutes prior to homeroom. Clock out no later than 5 minutes after the end of the day.
Tips / Hints
The Knowledge Base contains a wealth of information about the program.
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