Attention service members, veterans and military spouses! You’ve spent your career in selfless service to others. Now it’s time for you to be recognized for your ability to exceed the standard.

Ease your transition from military to civilian HR with the Associate Professional in Human Resources™ (aPHR™), Professional in Human Resources® (PHR®) or Senior Professional in Human Resources® (SPHR®). Find out which certification is right for you and your level of experience.

A credential from HRCI is a great way to validate your experience and expertise and gain a competitive career edge. A certification is the key to translating your military training into civilian terms. Learn more about how HR certification can benefit your career.

Here’s How to Get Noticed:

  1. Sign up to get your discount code.
  2. Take an HRCI certification exam.
  3. Successfully bridge the gap.

Some military occupational specialties (MOS) do not clearly translate into skills required by the civilian workforce. That’s why HR Certification Institute® (HRCI®) offers the most sought-after HR certifications to benefit you both during and after service. Only HRCI has certifications accredited by the National Commission for Certifying Agencies (NCCA). Find out which certification is right for you and your level of experience.

How to Fund Your Success

HRCI is now waiving the $100 application fee for all service members, veterans and military spouses.

The Department of Veteran Affairs recognizes seven of eight HRCI credentials for reimbursement, so when coupled with the Post 9/11 GI Bill or military training funding, you may be able to earn an HRCI certification at no cost to you.

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When applying for jobs in human resources, an HRCI® certification sets you apart in the applicant pool.”

Master Sergeant David Caleb, aPHR, aPHRi, PHR HRCI Credential Holder
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  • aPHRi Seal
  • PHR Seal
Master Sergeant David Caleb