Community Business College Awarded “Military-Friendly College and Universities” Designation

Community Business College receives recognition in 2015 for its services to military families and veterans by Military Advanced Education.
MODESTO, Calif. - Feb. 12, 2015 - PRLog -- Community Business College Awardd “Military-Friendly College and Universities” Designation from MAE Magazine

Community Business College receives recognition in 2015 for its services to military families and veterans by Military Advanced Education.

Community Business College begins 2015 as a winner of the Military Advanced Education magazine “Military-Friendly College and Universities” designation for the fourth year in a row.

Military Advanced Education is the journal of higher learning for today’s service member.

Community Business College has placed a high priority of training and services on veterans and active-duty military families. Working with the Veterans Administration, the U.S. Department of Labor and the Department of Defense, the school has been able to provide employment training and job placement assistance to California’s Central Valley military families for over 15years.

Frana Hamilton, Community Business College’s Director of Training, said of the award, “We’re excited that the college has once again been recognized for its efforts to assist the courageous men and women and their families serving our country.  They take time out of their lives to serve us and we appreciate the sacrifices they make every day. Military life can be very disruptive and our part of school’s mission is to do what we can to support them.

Community Business College provides “Thank You For Your Family’s Service (” scholarships and support activities for active duty families. The school also provides active duty military spouses full training and job placement scholarships through the Military Spouse Career Advancement Accounts (MyCAA), G.I. Bill, and Work Investment Act (WIA) tuition programs to help eligible military-related students cover the costs of attending the school’s vocational training programs.

In addition to its regular vocational training courses and its assisted job placement services, the school provides specialized training programs for military spouses who don’t have high school diplomas or need to learn English as a second language.

An image of the award can be seen at the school’s Pinterest site on its awards board at:

Military Advanced Education is a publication of the KMI Media Group.

About Community Business College

Community Business College offers both online and campus-based vocational classes to help adults obtain the skills they need for employment. Throughout its 17-year history, the college has always placed a special emphasis on veterans, military spouses and military dependents.

In addition to training in portable skills, the school offers test preparation in a wide range of industry-recognized exams and also offers “Where You Go, We Go” job placement assistance.

As part of its military friendly practices, the school is also currently offering military-related job seekers a free “Job Search Tool Kit” which includes package a professional resume review, a job search guide, and a one-month world language class where students can learn any one of 15 languages online.

Staff and students of the school collect items and send care packages to troops stationed overseas. School personnel also send expired grocery coupons to overseas military families who can use the coupons for up to 6 months after their printed expiration date.

To learn more, contact the Community Business College public relations office at (209) 529-3648 or visit the school’s website at

Community Business College
Email:*** Email Verified
Tags:Mycaa, Military Friendly, Veterans, Military Families, Esl
Location:Modesto - California - United States
Account Email Address Verified     Account Phone Number Verified     Disclaimer     Report Abuse
Page Updated Last on: Feb 12, 2015
Community Business College News
Most Viewed
Daily News

Like PRLog?
Click to Share