The Saddleback College VETS Program is proud to partner with Veteran Readiness and Employment to bring Kelandra "Key" Anthony, as our VetSuccess on Campus Counselor (VSOC/VRC).
What is VR&E/Chapter 31?
The VR&E program helps Veterans and Servicemembers with service-connected disabilities and an employment handicap prepare for, obtain, and keep suitable jobs. It is authorized by Congress under Title 38 of the United States Code, Chapter 31. It is sometimes referred to as the Chapter 31 program.
What does VR&E stand for?
Veteran Readiness and Employment. VA’s Chapter 31 has a new name! Vocational Rehabilitation and Employment Service is now Chapter 31 Veteran Readiness and Employment Service!
What is a VSOC?
VSOC stands for Vet Success on Campus. Colleges and universities that partner with VR&E host a Vocational Rehabilitation Counselor, sometimes referred to as a VSOC Counselor. These counselors are available to provide informal career guidance, advice, and information and referral for all student Veterans and Servicemembers. VSOC Counselors are valuable resources to assist student Veterans and Servicemembers in successfully navigating through their academic program.
What is a VRC?
Vocational Rehabilitation Counselor, a professional who provides or coordinates a wide range of services that might include counseling, training, readiness , and employment services.
For more information on VR&E Services / Program please contact Kelandra.
Kelandra Anthony, M.S., CRC
VetSuccess on Campus Counselor (VSOC/VRC)
Voicemail: (310) 882-3399