SIBA extends veteran benefits to first responders

SIBA extends veteran benefits to first responders.
SIBA extends veteran benefits to first responders.
The Institute of Business and Arts (SIBA) announced on Monday that they will begin to offer the institutions veteran benefits both to first responders and their dependents.

These benefits include fee waivers on campus associated fees and application fees. Campus fees include technology usage, textbook rental, labs and the library, among others.
Those that are considered under the first responder designation include: fire fighters, emergency medical service personnel, law enforcement and their spouses, children and step-children.

They have also announced that they will serve as a sponsor of the Jack Buck/Gateway Paralyzed Veterans of America (PVA) Golf Tournament that will take place Sept. 15 at the Spirit Golf Club in Chesterfield, Missouri.
The college offers associates and bachelor degrees in interior design, retail management, merchandising, business administration, tourism and hospitality and paralegal studies. The school states that it offers career centric education that features more hands-on learning styles and small class sizes. It is located in St. Louis.

The PVA is an organization and advocacy group for veterans that have sustained spinal cord injuries and those
suffering from pineal cord damage.

SIBA encourages those interested to visit their website for more information on its services to military personnel, veterans and first responders.

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Paralyzed Veterans of America Stevens Institute of Business & Arts

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