PRLog - Feb. 25, 2013 - FREEHOLD, N.J. -- Finding a job as a military veteran isn’t always easy, and finding work as a disabled vet can be even more of a struggle. Thankfully, there are vocational schools that will help disabled vets find work by teaching them an invaluable skill.
Eastern School of Fretted Instrument Repair
The Eastern School of Fretted Instrument Repair, your leading NJ guitar repair school, is proud to do there part in helping disabled veterans of our nation’s military find work through an affordable education in lutherie repair. Not only does the school offer top-notch education, but also offers a fantastic scholarship geared specifically towards disabled vets.
The economy as it is now has made finding a job for even the most able bodied citizen difficult, which means finding employment as a disabled war veteran a Herculean task. The Eastern School of Fretted Instrument Repair understands this and as such, is offering, effective February 20th, 2013, a full scholarship to one lucky disabled vet.
Veterans Get The Help They Need At Leading NJ Guitar Repair School
The Eastern School of Fretted Instrument Repair is offering a full tuition package including a $1,500 tool credit to one disabled vet for enrollment in the Fall 2013 semester. Eligible vets must be able to use small hand tools and hold a guitar pick if they are equipped with prosthetics, and must also have the visual capacity of being able to clearly see small objects at a distance of 2 ft. or less using appropriate visual aids.
If you’re interested in applying for the scholarship, the application process is rather simple. You must provide a certified copy of your DD214 honorable discharge, proof and description of your service-related disability, a completed school application, a brief one-page essay explaining why you feel attending the course would positively impact your life, and a current picture including your full name, address, phone number, and email.
As your leading NJ guitar repair school, The Eastern School of Fretted Instrument Repair is more than happy to do their best to help their country’s vets find work, and with a post graduate veteran employment rate of over 75%, they’re confident they’ll be able to. If you feel like a career in guitar repair might be right for you, feel free to apply for next available semester today!
For more information about The Eastern School of Fretted Instrument Repair, please feel free to give them a call at 888-686-6090 or you can visit them on the Web at http://njguitarrepairschool.com/
About The Eastern School of Fretted Instrument Repair:
As the East Coast and New Jersey’s #1 guitar repair school, the Eastern School of Fretted Instrument Repair is confident in their ability to help get you on your way to becoming a master repairman. From electric and bass guitars to acoustic guitars, you’ll learn how to build, maintain, and repair every aspect of a stringed instrument at the Eastern School of Fretted Instrument Repair.
Contact The Eastern School of Fretted Instrument Repair:
3352 Route 9 South
Freehold, NJ 07728