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PMP Certifications for Veterans


Jessica Dalton Hill Afb, UT

I am separating in May but also going into the Air Force Reserves. I am also trying to obtain my PMP or PMI licenses for my civilian career. Does anyone know the best certifying company/resource to use for this? Can I use my GI Bill?

8 February 2023 8 replies Career Advancement



Leslie Coffey New York, NY

Hi Jessica,

Have you looked into IVMF's Onward to Opportunity? No need to use your GI Bill for their services as they are grant funded. You can find the PMP pathway here

This is the application and reviews eligibility. Good luck!

13 February 2023 Helpful answer


Sasibhushan Rao Chanthati Owings Mills, MD

Hello Jessica,
Hope you are doing well. Master of Project Academy is offering free PMP training. The training is online and totally free. Try the below website link.


Johh McNeirney Lorton, VA

Hi Jessica, connect via LinkedIn.


Mark Freeman Tampa, FL

Hi Jessica,
ACT Now Education has a program that will help you obtain your PMP for free. You must attend an orientation to be eligible. They will also connect you with other Veterans who are transitioning, too, who can help you through the process.

To learn more, go to


Keith Cassant Virginia Beach, VA

Leslie Coffey beat me to it, so please allow me to endorse her answer. IVMF's Onward to Opportunity is an amazing program and absolutely a phenomenal resource to leverage!


Amit Chaudhary San Jose, CA

Others have given good resources, beyond those.

An additional suggestion for better readiness, beyond the certification, plan and be ready for which positions and sectors you will be targeting, it might lead to other additional skills requirements such as Scrum Master.
To find positions and backgrounds, one approach, on linkedin search for titles and company names in your vicinity, then see the path these folks in your target role took.

Feel free to DM me if any questions or want to run ideas, we can do a 20-30 minute zoom.


ACP AdvisorNet Staff New York, NY

Hi Jessica,

Thank you for asking a great question! According to, the VA may cover a portion of the cost with GI Bill benefits, This may be useful for comparing benefits and seeing what the GI Bill will cover,


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