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Military-Connected Support Programs

Support at every step.

Whether you're looking for resources or just need someone to talk to, Veterans Services offers a variety of mentorships, workshops, events and programs to support our military student community.

Transitioning to college

During your time at CCBC

From mentorships to clubs and organizations, there are tons of ways to connect with with the veteran student community. 

On-campus mentorships

To request a mentor or sign up to become one, contact Veteran Services.

American Corporate Partners mentorships

Through American Corporate Partners (ACP), you can get connected with experienced mentors from top Fortune 500 companies such as IBM, Disney and Northrop Grumman. Mentors can assist in making networking connections and providing career insight in areas such as job search strategies, résumé writing, internships and career path clarity.

To take advantage of this free service, submit a completed CCBC FERPA Form to, then apply through ACP.

Veteran student organizations

After you graduate

If you're close to graduating from your program, we invite you to stay connected via the Veteran Alumni Chapter!

The CCBC Veteran Alumni Chapter serves a multitude of purposes, facilitating volunteering and community service, service to the college, CCBC student-veteran mentorship, networking with industry, recreation, education and more. The chapter also serves as a support network and community of peers.

Each year, the chapter sponsors a commencement reception, which includes distribution of challenge coins to new members. The Veteran Alumni Chapter also assists with other general CCBC Alumni Association events and initiatives throughout the year.

In order to become a member of the CCBC Veteran Alumni Chapter, you must have:

  • accumulated a minimum of 30 CCBC credit hours (not transferred), equivalent CEUs, or
  • earned a terminal degree or certificate.

The CCBC Veteran Alumni Chapter is for military veterans only. The term “veteran” applies to:

  • Active duty service members.
  • National Guard.
  • Reservists.
  • Veterans (prior service in the United States Armed Forces: Army, Navy, Air Force, Marines, and Coast Guard).

There is no deadline to register and the chapter membership is free! All we ask is that you attend at least one meeting per quarter. To join the chapter, contact

Contact Veteran Services

Veteran and Military Services

Learn more about benefits, programs and ways to get involved.

Or contact your VA School-Certifying Official (SCO)

Frank Murray

Danielle Horney

Jackie Cymek