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1 New York Army National Guard
1LT Katie McGovern State Education Services Officer Facebook

2 Agenda Intro to NY Army National Guard Tuition Assistance Programs
GI Bill Programs Student Loan Repayment Program

3 New York Army National Guard
Operational Reserve Force with a State and Federal Mission Division of Military and Naval Affairs National Guard Bureau Over 10,000 Soldiers 60 armories Citizen Soldiers What is the Army National Guard? The New York Army National Guard is an operational reserve force that has both a state and a federal mission. We belong to the Governor, but we can be federally activated as well. The National Guard is involved in a lot of things. You’ve probably seen us in your community. We have a counterdrug problem that assists DEA and state police. We’re mobilized for state emergencies- emergencies that can range from ice storms and the snow removal in Oswego a couple years ago to 9-11 and airport security. Federally, probably about 60% of our population has served in Afghanistan or Iraq. Just a couple months ago, we had over 1,000 Soldiers return from deployment. On the state side, we fall under the Division of Military and Naval Affairs – along with the Air National Guard and the Naval Militia. We all answer to MAJ Gen Taluto our Adjutant General, who then answers to the Governor. On the federal side, we receive all our funding from National Guard Bureau. Currently we have over 10,000 Soldiers spread out across the state between approx 60 armories. These are citizen Soldiers. People that live in your community. During the week, they are mechanics, truck drivers, teachers, lawyers, doctors, students, etc. One weekend a month and two weeks a year they are Soldiers. There are a couple reasons why people join the ARNG. The top reasons are patriotism and education benefits. Keeping that in mind lets talk about our Education office.

4 New York Army National Guard
Education Services Office Watervliet Arsenal Responsible for… Tuition Assistance Programs Determining eligibility for GI Bill programs Student Loan Repayment Testing (CLEPS, DSSTS, etc) Educational counseling Each state has one Education Office (maybe two if they are lucky). We have one edu office here in ny. We’re based out of Watervliet Arsensal, Watervliet, ny.

5 NYARNG Education Staff
Education Services Officer (ESO) 1LT McGovern (518) Federal Tuition Assistance (FTA) SSG Reynolds (518) GI Bill Manager/FTA Assistant SSG Landry (518) Incentives Manager SGT Daly (518) Incentives Manager Vacant (518) State TA and Student Loan Ms Kathy Felts (518)

6 ESO Here is a map of all our facilities. As I said, we have about 60 armories. This map also shows Air Guard facilities as well. The balloons only label the major units. As you can see, we’re pretty spread out, so no matter where your college is located, you probably have a National Guard facility near you. If your school is interested in doing outreach and would like to visit one of our facilities, please just let our office now first. All Education briefs must receive prior approval from the ESO.

7 Education Requirements
Officers: BA/BS to make CPT Warrant Officers: Recommended Associates Enlisted: Nothing required. Note: Will need college credits to compete for promotion.

8 Incentive Program (State TA) ARNG Federal TA Veterans TA
Tuition Assistance Incentive Program (State TA) ARNG Federal TA Veterans TA

9 Recruitment Incentive and Retention Program (aka State TA)
100% SUNY tuition or up to SUNY tuition ($2485) to private institutions located within the state of NY Up to BA/BS Members of Army Guard, Air Guard, Naval Militia Fall and Spring semesters only Deadlines 15 Aug (Fall) and 15 Dec (Spring) 2 programs

10 ARNG Federal Tuition Assistance
$250 per credit hr with a cap of $4500 per fiscal year (1 Oct-30 Sept) Up to Masters to include certificate or license program Must pass and complete all courses Must apply NLT class start date https://minuteman.ngb.army.mil/benefits FY 12- GoArmyEd 2 programs

11 NYS Veterans Tuition Assistance Award
Provides 98% SUNY Tuition to NYS Combat Veterans or up to SUNY Tuition for a private school Must be a NYS Resident Undergrad (8 semesters)/Graduate (6 semesters) Apply through Higher Education at –complete supplemental application and provide DD 214

12 Chpt 1606-Selected Reserve Chpt 1607-REAP Chpt 33-Post 9-11 Kicker
GI Bill Programs Chpt 1606-Selected Reserve Chpt 1607-REAP Chpt 33-Post 9-11 Kicker

13 GI Bill Programs Chpt 1606- Selected Reserve ARNG Kicker
Soldiers with 6yr contract w/reserve component $337 a month 36 months of benefit ARNG Kicker Adds $200 to GI Bill benefit Offered to certain units and military specialties $820.80

14 GI Bill Programs Chpt Reserve Educational Assistance Program (REAP) Soldiers who have served (90 days or more) in support of a contingency operation Rates per month vary based on time served 40% - $570.40 60% - $855.60 80% - $1,140.80 36 months $820.80

15 GI Bill Programs Chpt 33- Post 9-11 (eff: 1 Aug 2009) Eligibility
Served at least 90 days or more on Title 10 following (see chart); 36 months for 100% Served at least 30 days and was released due to a service-connected disability Benefit last for 15 yrs from last day on active duty 36 months Most ARNG will be eligible for 50-70% of benefit Limit in NY $1010 per credit hr Fees $12,697.00

16 Chpt 33 GI Bill Eligibility
90 Service Requirements (after 9/10/01 an individual must serve an aggregate of) % of Maximum Benefit Payable At least 36 months 100 At least 30 continuous days on active duty (Must be discharged due to service-connected disability) At least 30 months, but less than 36 months At least 24 months, but less than 30 months 80 At least 18 months, but less than 24 months 70 At least 12 months, but less than 18 months 60 At least 06 months, but less than 12 months 50 At least 90 days, but less than 06 months 40

17 Chpt 33 Post 9-11 GI Bill Tuition and mandatory fees
Basic Housing Allowance (BAH) Book Stipend

18 Tuition and Fees Amount is prorated according to length of service.
Cannot exceed state limits NY: Tuition- $1010 per credit hour Fees- $12, per term Example: Soldier attends SUNY and is eligible for 50%. SUNY tuition is $ GI Bill will pay 50% of $ Paid to school Soldiers on active duty are not limited to state limits (does not include AGR)

19 Housing Allowance E5 with dependents for zip code of the school
Amount is prorated according to length of service. Paid to Soldier monthly Important Notes: Must be more than ½ time Must take at least one course in the classroom Can not be currently on active duty (does not include AGR)

20 Book Stipend Up to $1,000 annual stipend
$41.67 per credit hr Prorated based on length of service Paid to Soldier Active Duty not eligible for stipend (does not include AGR)

21 Yellow Ribbon Program Colleges enter into a voluntary agreement with VA to fund tuition expenses that exceed the state tuition limit. The institution can contribute up to 50% of those expenses and VA will match the same amount as the institution. Must qualify for 100% of the benefit to use the Yellow Ribbon Program

22 How Does Chpt 33 Affect My Other GI Bills?
36 months of one chpt or up to 48 months by combining chpts Kickers can be used with Chpt 33 Irrevocable election to give up chpt 30, chpt 1606 or chpt 1607 (letter from VA)

23 Transferability To be eligible to transfer Post 9/11 GI Bill to a spouse or child a Soldier must meet three requirements: Be eligible for the Post 9/11 GI Bill Have at least 6 years of military service upon request (Individual Ready Reserves time does not count) Not have an adverse action flag

24 Transferability Service Obligation
Must agree to incur an additional service obligation of up to 4yrs Rule Years of Service When Request is Submitted Additional Service Obligation 1 At least 6 years but less than 10 years 4 years from the date the request was submitted 2 10 or more years 4 years or up to Retention Control Point or Mandatory Retirement date

25 Transferability Service Obligation
Rule Years of Service as of 1 Aug 2009 Additional Service Obligation 3 20 or more years No additional service obligation 4 Approved retirement with a date from 1 September 2009 through 1 June 2010 5 19 but less than 20 years 1 year of service from the date the request was submitted. 6 18 but less than 19 years 2 years of service from the date the request was submitted 7 17 but less than 18 years 3 years of service from the date the request was submitted.

26 Transferability Spouses can use benefit immediately
Children can not use benefit until member has served 10yrs in armed forces Must be eligible dependent in DEERS (21yrs or 23yrs if in school) Request transfer through the DoD Transferability of Education Benefits (TEB) web page at https://www.dmdc.osd.mil/TEB/ Approval will come through

27 Dependents Using Chpt 33 Once transferability is approved the dependent applies through Veteran Affairs by… Complete VA Form e VA Form C Declaration of Status of Dependents (by Servicemember) Attach proof of transferability approval

28 Student Loan Repayment Program

29 Student Loan Repayment Program
Can repay up to $50,000 15% or $500 a yr whichever is higher ($7500 limit per yr) 6yr contract with NYARNG Must have at least 1 loan to sign Loans can be added during contract period Paid directly to loan holder

30 Questions? Comments? Concerns?


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