|LTC Henri Schepens
Education Services Officer
Schepens has proudly served his country since
1979. He earned his baccalaureate degree from
Drew University and Thomas Edison State College
while a member of ROTC at Seton Hall.
Excellence Through Education"
Stoner has proudly served in the NJARNG since
1992. He was able to attend Rutgers University,
tuition-free, where he earned his baccalaureate
degree in 1998. Stoner then enrolled in OCS where
he earned his commission
1LT Benjamin Stoner
Montogomery GI Bill Manager
them informed, KEEP
them in the Guard!"
Tuition Assitance Manager
Beausoleil-Holt has proudly served in the NJARNG
since 1997. She earned her baccalaureate degree
from City College of New York in 1990, a Masters
degree from Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University
in 2002 and earned her commission through OCS.
ATTENTION TO DETAILS"
From the Education Staff Team
decision to pursue a college education is a huge
step. The path of higher education can lead to expanded
opportunities, in the National Guard and your civilian
your Education Center Staff, we encourage you to take
advantage of the Guard's education programs. Make
a goal and take the first step toward personal satisfaction
and self improvement.
A soldier's official civilian education file is kept
with the soldier's 201 file at the Personnel Services
Branch in HQ STARC. It is the soldier's responsibility
to keep this file current. When a soldier leaves the
NJ Guard, their file is transferred along with their
ADMINISTRATION WORK STUDY
the provisions of the Veterans Administration Education
Programs, soldiers eligible for Montgomery GI Bill
benefits may also qualify to participate in the Veterans
Administration Work Study Program. Under this
program soldiers that are attending college on at
least a three-quarter time basis are eligible for
employment by the VA. Participants may work
a maximum of 25 hours per week and receive federal
minimum wage--tax free.
NJARNG Education Center sponsors a number of
positions for this program. Personnel participating
in this program work at the Education Center or other
locations coordinated by the Full-Time Education Staff.
For information on available positions contact the
NJARNG Education Center.
to Education Center
follow NJ Turnpike south to exit 7(Bordentown)
to Route 206 south (approx .5 miles, stay
left) to Route 68 south (8 miles) to third
traffic light, turn left onto Saylors Pond
Road, proceed approx 200 yards, turn right
onto Florida Ave, go to second driveway, park
in lot, enter Building 3650 through front
the South: follow NJ Turnpike
north to exit 7 and follow directions above.
follow Route 537 east to Route 68 traffic
light, turn right onto Route 68, proceed south
on Route 68 approx 1 mile to traffic light
at Saylors Pond Road, turn left and follow
directions in paragraph 1.
follow Interstate 195 west to exit 16 (Great
Adventure, Jackson), proceed west on Route
537 (towards Mount Holly) to Route 68, turn
left on Route 68, proceed south approx 1 mile
to traffic light at Saylors Pond Road, turn
left and follow directions in paragraph 1.