Your credential document will be issued by its accrediting body — not your community college or VA Ready. Please see the descriptions and examples below to learn more about the credential document that we need you to upload in order to earn your $1,000 Credential Achievement Award. PLEASE NOTE: Your credential may be issued by […]
For the Sign Up Application: If you uploaded the incorrect document(s) the Student Journey Team will make a note in your account and put your Sign Up Application back in draft status so that you can upload the correct document(s). You will be notified via email (from firstname.lastname@example.org) if your Sign Up Application is put back […]
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Submitting your Certification Form outside of the 150 day deadline puts you in danger of being Withdrawn and ineligible for the Credential Achievement Award.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 email@example.com.
No. VA Ready does not need the certificate you received for completing your course.
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).
Your credential is determined by the accrediting body that issues your credential or license. Please see the description of each credential below. CDL-A (Commercial Drivers License Class A) For those taking a CDL-A course, the signed paper copy of your Commercial Driver’s License from the DMV or the actual plastic copy of the license is […]