Helping Vets Applying to Our Best Universities Service to School Justine Evirs


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166: College Application Counseling Service to School with Navy Veteran Justine Evirs

On today’s episode, Joe Crane discusses College Application Counseling Service to School with Navy Veteran Justine Evirs. Justine is currently the Senior Director of Programs at Service to School, a non-profit that provides free application counseling to transitioning service members and community college student veterans. Their mission is to empower and assist veterans to earn admission to the best universities across the nation. Tune in!

Experience in the Navy

Justine joined the Navy at the age of 17. She wanted to travel, serve, have a study paycheck, and join something bigger than her.

There she served as an undesignated fireman. She initially had no idea when she signed up for the Navy. So, she went and explored what she can do.

Life in Transition

After two years, however, Justine faced a medical discharge for an incurable disease. Being just 19 years old, it was a tough time for her. She had no plans apart from the military.

“This isn’t the path that I hoped for, but maybe I can do something with this.” -Justine Evirs

It was a matter of meeting her needs outside the military. She went to the community college, and eventually stayed in Virginia.

Service in Higher Education

Justine met her husband shortly after her transition. She has been travelling around as a military spouse since then.

For almost 7 years now, she has been working in military higher education. She always gravitated towards it. She remembers what it was like having no clues on what to do.

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