New law brings changes for Military Members, Veterans, and Spouses
Active duty military members, returning military veterans, and their spouses and/or dependants may now qualify for temporary licensure or expedited application processing under Arkansas law A.C.A. 17-1-106. Those military members, veterans, and spouses/dependants who hold a valid real estate license in another state and meet the conditions in the law, can receive a temporary real estate license during the application process. Applicants not currently licensed in another jurisdiction may qualify for expedited processing for licensure. Contact the AREC regarding qualifications for this exciting opportunity!
ARES is approved by the Arkansas State Approving Agency to offer VA Benefits for classroom offerings. All we need is a letter of eligibility submitted by the student to enroll that student in a course. Potential students can request a letter of eligibility online or by calling 1-888-442-4551.
For more information about educational opportunities through the VA, go to http://www.benefits.va.gov/vocrehab. By regulation of the US Department of Veterans Affairs, VA Benefits CANNOT be used to pay for courses taken online.
Funding for real estate licensing classes could be available through Arkansas Department of Workforce Services. Check with your local office or find more information at http://dws.arkansas.gov/.
If you believe you qualify for job training funds through a government or private program, check with your program administrator then give our office a call at 501-223-2737 and we will do everything possible to help you make it happen. Or, simply complete the contact form below and we will be happy to contact you.
Arkansas Rehab Services
Arkansas Rehabilitation Services’ (ARS) mission is to prepare Arkansans with disabilities to work and lead productive and independent lives.
ARS has 19 field offices across the state serving all 75 counties.
To achieve its mission, Arkansas Rehabilitation Services provides a variety of training and career preparation programs.
Contact ARS at 1-800-330-0632 or 501-296-1600
to find out how they can help you.
ARES Tuition Assistance
ARES does not currently have a tuition assistance program in place. However, You may register for any upcoming classroom course and make payments on it until the first day of class, to which the full balance will be due in full.