MCA GI Bill/EDD New student information

GI Bill Post 9/11 (Ch. 33)

Medical Career Academy is an approved Facility in the State of Florida by the Department of Veterans’ Affairs by the Bureau of State Approving for Veterans’ Training for both EMT and Paramedic programs under Title 38, Chapter 36, United States Code (38 U.S.C. 3671[a] and 3672[a]).

EDD (Educational Dollars for Duty) National Guard

Medical Career Academy is an approved training facility for EDD of Florida for EMT and Paramedic programs only. This educational funding is for Florida National Guard soldiers and airmen. If you are a Florida National Guard member pursuing a higher civilian education level, you may be eligible for state funding to help pay up to 100 percent of your tuition.

The “Educational Dollars for Duty” (EDD) program is available for Florida National Guard Soldiers and Airmen, and can provide public tuition for the period of the Guard member’s service. If you meet the eligibility requirements, EDD can be used for courses that lead toward a Technical Certificate, Associate’s, Baccalaureate or a Master’s Degree. EDD cannot be used toward a Doctorate Degree.

This EDD program is established by Florida Statutes, and the primary purposes of the program are to enhance the Recruiting and Retention Programs of the Florida National Guard and improve the education level of Florida National Guard members.

For more information about EDD or find out your eligibility visit:
Call: (904) 823-0339