There could be multiple reasons that you have not received your $1000 Credential Achievement Award. Please check your email inbox for emails from firstname.lastname@example.org. If you have any emails from email@example.com, please read them in their entirety. See below for some of the most common reasons you may not have received your Credential Achievement Award. […]
Do I have to pass the National Career and Competency Testing Patient Care Technician (NCCT PCT) exam in order to get the $1000 Credential Achievement Award?
Yes. In order to be eligible for the Credential Achievement Award, you must successfully earn your Patient Care Technician (PCT) license.
The $1000 Credential Achievement Award is not automatic. You must earn your Patient Care Technician (PCT) license in order to qualify for the $1000 Credential Achievement Award. If you are an approved VA Ready Scholar, you will need to log into your https://scholars.vaready.org account and go to My Dashboard. From there, you will need to […]
Most delays are caused by user errors in the credential upload processes. Additionally, the Student Journey Team needs time to review your Certification Form to make sure the correct documents were uploaded. To view a video tutorial on how to find and upload your VCCS Acknowledgement of Credential, watch the video below or visit https://youtu.be/0pAKJR31SV8 […]
Submitting your Certification Form outside of the 150 day deadline puts you in danger of being Withdrawn and ineligible for the Credential Achievement Award. If you are submitting outside of the 150 day deadline, you will need to answer the 150 day questions on the first tab of the Certification Form. The information provided here […]
You have 150 Calendar Days from the time your course ends to submit your Certification Form as Final. If you believe you might go over this deadline, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
No. The W-9 Form is part of the Certification Form.
Yes, the Credential Achievement Award is considered as taxable income.
If you are filing as an individual, then your W-9 Tax ID is your Social Security Number (SSN).
I didn’t apply for VA Ready at the start of my course and just earned my credential. Can I still qualify?
No. VA Ready cannot retroactively accept applications for completed courses.