Military Benefits

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Ex-military and looking for your next career? Put the skills you developed in the service to work as a professional personal trainer. Up to 100% federal financial aid is available.

Funding for Military Personal Training

Tuition funding options are available to U.S. military service members and veterans who qualify. The amount of assistance is based on term and type of service. Call us to find out more about military personal training.

Why Personal Training?

Military veterans are well-placed to succeed as personal trainers. The same qualities are in high demand in both professions—the willingness to push oneself, the ability to motivate others, an unshakable sense of duty, an emphasis on discipline, high levels of physical fitness, and dedication to serving others.

Why AAPT?

Military veterans and their families sacrifice a great deal for their country. The American Academy of Personal Training (AAPT) values their service. Our gratitude goes beyond words. We’re also dedicated to helping veterans transition to the next phase of their lives. At AAPT, we pay tribute to our nation’s heroes in concrete ways—by offering the best, most renowned military personal training curriculum for former service members who aspire to be personal trainers. If you want to be a leader in your field, AAPT can put you on the path to success.

Veterans

Post 9/11 GI Bill®

Veterans who served after September 10, 2011
Learn more here.

Montgomery GI Bill®

Veterans who served after June 30, 1985
Learn more here.

VRAP

Unemployed vets not eligible for any other VA education benefits. Learn more here.

Spouses & Dependents

Post 9/11 Transfer of Entitlement

Transfer unused Post
9/11 GI Bill® benefits
to spouses or children
Learn more here.

Dependents Educational Assistance

Dependents of disabled veterans, POWs, and veterans killed in the line of duty.
Learn more here.

MyCAA

Military Spouse Career
Advancement Account
Up to $4000 is available to US military spouses who qualify.
Learn more here.

Reservists & National Guard

REAP

Certain Post 9/11 active
duty reservists
Learn more here.

Reserve GI Bill®

Reservists and National
Guard who served
after June 30, 1985
Learn more here.

Disabled Veterans

Post 9/11 GI Bill®

Disabled veterans
who served after
September 10, 2001
Learn more here.

Vocational Rehabilitation

Disabled veterans
Learn more here.

 

Please note: The American Academy of Personal Training 300-hour program is approved by the New York State approving agency to offer training to veterans and other eligible persons.

In conjunction with Executive Order 13607, the American Academy of Personal Training must provide each prospective veteran and service member student this statement regarding the availability of assistance for a qualified military spouse as a personal trainer, including the cost of the educational program and the amount that may be covered by federal educational benefits and financial aid.

Capitalize on the military personal training you already have. Call us for a personalized cost estimate for personal training in New York at 212.242.2278 or Boston at 617. 267.2278.

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