Thomas Edison State College teams with Comcast to promote veteran education program



By Brielle Urciuoli

Thomas Edison State College has the largest enrollment out of any other veteran institute across the country and it’s looking to expand.
Thomas Edison State College has partnered with Comcast, Vietnam Veterans of America and the National Veteran Business Development Council to produce two public service announcements to encourage veterans to further their education.

“It talks about how veterans can use our services,” Louis Martini, director of Thomas Edison’s Office of Military and Veteran education said. “The big benefit is that it gets them to start thinking better by going to school and getting back into a routine again.”
Through their new online military portal, veterans can upload their military information and see what credits they can be given for their experience and what classes needed to be taken, as well as information on possible future careers.
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