Our Military Means Business.
Leverage your unique qualifications and launch your civilian career in the nation's most military-friendly state, in the region of limitless opportunity.
A Place to Call Home
Come discover the opportunities here for you and your family. The Research Triangle Region offers an affordable cost of living, vibrant culture, and world-class universities and education systems. Not to mention in North Carolina, we’re proud to call ourselves the “Nation’s Most Military Friendly State,” home to nearly 720,000 veterans, 113,000 active-duty service members, and their families while bringing in about 23,000 transitioning veterans each year.
Our region is home to some of the fastest-growing companies and communities in the world. Innovation, education and a culture of collaboration are key drivers of the area’s success. Explore Triangle living with our partners at VisitNC.
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North Carolina's Military Profile.
Training programs to enhance your military skills for business
Our region is rich in educational opportunities that exist at local universities and community colleges. The higher education system is dedicated to military-affiliated students, and our businesses are eager to hire and support veterans just like you.
College Credit for Military Training
Public colleges in North Carolina award academic credit for military training and experience. The UNC system uses the Military Credit Equivalencies Database to uniformly award credit across all 16 public universities and 57 public colleges in the state.
If you are a veteran or transitioning military member in North Carolina, you can use your GI Bill benefits to participate in ApprenticeshipNC, a program designed to provide you with structured on-the-job learning and a progressive wage scale.
Resident College Tuition Rates
Both active-duty and veteran nonresident service members and their depends may be eligible for in-state tuition.
There are potential scholarship opportunities for children of veterans who served during a period of war.
NCBiotech’s Military Outreach & Veterans Engagement (MOVE) initiative helps raise awareness of career opportunities and delivers training programs that enhance skills developed during military service.
Discipline, integrity, leadership, adaptability, and attention to detail are shared values between experienced military personnel and life sciences professionals. Whether you are a former Airman, Soldier, Marine, Sailor, or Coast Guardsman, your experience can land you a new career in the life sciences.
In the life sciences community, we share a common drive: compassion to serve. If you are a Military Veteran, Service Member in Transition, or Military Spouse, we invite you to explore our portal and start your pathway to your next rewarding career in the life sciences.
Located near Fort Bragg, Fayetteville Tech offers numerous degree programs and a transition program to help you find a new career.