Service to School was introduced to me while I was attending Warrior-Scholar Project at Cornell. They offer resources and guidance for undergrad, MBA, Law School, and I think they're starting to tap into Medical School. Service to School is something you want to sign up for BEFORE you apply to undergraduate or graduate programs. S2S will ask you a few questions about your education plans, the degree you're going for, where you plan on applying, etc. Then they'll pair you with an ambassador. This ambassador is a military veteran who has most likely completed your desired education route. They will serve as your personal mentor, help guide you through the application process, and should be able to answer any questions you have. Every ambassador I've worked with has been awesome. Not to mention, it's all volunteer work. I definitely plan on giving back to Service to School and volunteering as an ambassador someday. The military, especially the Corps, can be a small world. Don't be surprised if you see some familiar faces here: https://service2school.org/about-us/our-ambassadors/ Service to School is also partnered with elite institutions through their program called VetLink. VetLink allows you to attach an addendum to your school application. This addendum will highlight your military service, awards, schools/training, and give you an opportunity to express your thoughts on your military service and why you want to transition into the school you're applying to. Below are the Service to School VetLink partner programs. Even if you're applying to a program not on this list, S2S will help you get accepted: TL;DR...sign up for S2S before you apply to school, they'll help you get into your dream institution.