I’m Dan Summitt from the Delgado Logistics Program. As a veteran, I made the same transition from military to civilian life that you are now experiencing and utilized the GI Bill for my educational expenses. This website and the courses in this program are designed and delivered to assist your transition to a logistics career through training and orientation to career options and employers in Louisiana. The goal of this program is to prepare you for a successful career in logistics. All courses are delivered online. Our area of concentration is the New Orleans metro region and the River Parishes. There are many sectors of the logistics industry and a goal of this website is to provide you with an understanding of your options for building a career. In the Student Section of this website there are current economic studies of the industry that will assist your search for opportunities. There is information about local companies and their websites which can provide you with an understanding of their operations and career opportunities. This list will continue to grow as I recruit employers to post their company information. The Delgado Logistics Student Network located on this website is a means of networking online with Delgado logistics students and alumni.
As you progress through your enrollment process and secure your VA educational benefits, if you experience problems, have questions or have suggestions for improving this program, please send me an e-mail through this link. I will help. You will be helping yourself and your e-mails will help build this program.
Good luck and do not give up. You can do this and it is worth the effort.
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Delgado Community College Logistics Program
Veterans and military members planning to separate from the service soon will find an excellent fit in the growing field of Logistics! Add to the skills and training you already have by taking on-line courses that will prepare you for in-demand jobs in logistics, freight forwarding, supply chain management, transportation, warehouse management, etc.
The Office of Veterans Affairs strives to provide quality service to students at Delgado Community College who served our country in our Armed Forces as well as their dependents. This information is designed to help those individuals who are interested in attending Delgado to use their educational benefits. Information on eligibility for the GI Bill, using the GI Bill, National Guard tuition exemption, Dependent fee waivers, applying to Delgado, receiving military or transfer credit, and many other resources are available throughout this Web site. Delgado’s Veterans Affairs Counselors serve as certifying officials who act as a liaison between the Department of Veterans Affairs and the veteran student This involves assisting with a variety of processing and information needs, such as documentation requirements, correspondence, and the certification benefits. If you have questions that are not answered here, please contact a Delgado Veterans Affairs Counselor, or contact the GI Bill staff directly at 1-888-442-4551.
POST 9/11 G.I. BILL
If you are interested in using this benefit, please visit the GI Bill Web site to learn more about your eligibility in comparison to other chapters of the GI Bill. If you choose to use this benefit, you must make an irrevocable choice to use it. This means you cannot begin using the Post 9/11 GI Bill and then go back to another chapter. It is highly recommended that you educate yourself about the differences and make the best decision for your situation. You will then need to apply for this new benefit here. Once you receive your award letter, please submit a copy of this letter to the Office of Veterans Affairs and submit a Request for Certification.