Our nation’s veterans are uniquely qualified to continue their service as government leaders. Brookings Executive Education’s (BEE) several distinctive degree and certificate programs for those in or aspiring to leadership positions. The Master of Science in Leadership (MS–Leadership) is an ideal vehicle to provide you with the skills, aptitude, and mind-set to excel in your civilian career. This degree program gives you an opportunity to pursue a top-ranked degree that fits your experience and career aspirations. Please click here for additional information on the degree program and its unique value.
The MS–Leadership program provides veterans now in civil service with transformative learning experiences. Many veterans have found that the transition from military to civilian service is not as seamless as it might appear. The leadership skills that lead to advancement in the military are not always the same ones that lead to promotion in civil service. BEE’s Leading Thinking™ curriculum provides a pivot point for veterans aspiring to excellence in their civilian careers.
In recognition of the service and sacrifice of veterans, Washington University in St. Louis proudly supports the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs’ Yellow Ribbon Program. Honorably discharged U.S. veterans with at least 36 months of active duty could be eligible for 100% tuition benefits. You can also use your GI Bill® benefits to earn the MS-Leadership degree.
As a Veteran you can can also use your GI Bill® benefits to pursue:
- BEE Executive Fellowship
- Certificate in Public Leadership
- Certificate in Policy Strategy
- Legis Congressional Fellowship
- Women’s Leadership Network
“As a new veteran, I experienced the cultural differences between leading in a ‘military context’ and leading in a ‘civilian context’ – it was a humbling challenge. The BEE programs added new facets to my military leadership experience that elevated my value to the agency and team as a civilian leader.” – BEE Veteran Participant
Determining the best leadership development opportunities for your career goals can be challenging. BEE Executive Fellow for Veterans Affairs, COL John Angevine, USA (Ret) is available to help you review BEE’s certificate and degree programs to determine the best path to take your leadership to the next level. Please contact John at 202-238-3172 or JAngevine@Brookings.edu.
GI Bill® is a registered trademark of the United States Department of Veterans Affairs (VA). The absence of the registration symbol® does not constitute a waiver of VA’s trademark rights.