Veteran owned and operated, Second Nature School of Taxidermy is approved to accept students using VA and GI Bill benefits.
You will need to follow the VA’s instructions to establish your eligibility.
Veterans, we would like to take this opportunity to say thank you for your service.
As a Veteran, how do I enroll using my VA benefits?
VA STUDENT ENROLLMENT:
1. Go to www.gibill.va.gov and click on “Apply for Benefits”
2. Complete the application and submit it to the VA.
3. After your application has been processes, you will receive a letter of eligibility from the VA.
4. Send us a copy of your letter of certification from the VA, the $500 required breakage fee, and the class enrollment application for the course of your choice: (4 week course) or (2 Week Course) to reserve your spot in the class.
5. We will reimburse you for your deposit as soon as the VA has paid your tuition.
A Short History of the GI Bill
President Franklin D. Roosevelt’s Statement on Signing the G.I. Bill®
June 22, 1944
“This bill, which I have signed today, gives servicemen and women the opportunity of resuming their
education or technical training after discharge, or of taking a refresher or retrainer course.”
Before the war (World War II), college and homeownership were, for the most part, unreachable
dreams for the average American. Thanks to the GI Bill®, millions who would have flooded the job market
instead opted for education. In the peak year of 1947, Veterans accounted for 49 percent of college
admissions. By the time the original GI Bill® ended on July 25, 1956, 7.8 million of 16 million World War II
Veterans had participated in an education or training program.
In 2011, the GI Bill® was updated once again. The new law gives Veterans with active duty service on, or
after, Sept. 11 2001, enhanced educational benefits that cover more educational expenses and provide a
living allowance during their training.