First, and foremost, LeaderQuest would like to extend a sincere “Thank You” for your service in the United States Military. Everyone at LeaderQuest values, admires, and appreciates your hard work and dedication. It is a pleasure to assist you in this part of your journey, an honor to help you develop your skills, and a privilege to support you as you pursue a new career path. – George Cohlmia, CEO of LeaderQuest
Begin a Career in IT or Project Management
Translate Military Skills to a Civilian Career, Leverage Your Security Clearance, & Develop Your Reintegration Strategy
LeaderQuest works closely with Active Duty, Veterans, Reservists, Retirees, Guardsmen and Guardswomen, Wounded Warriors and Veterans’ Spouses to transition into an IT career.
Empower Yourself with Trusted Advisers
For more than a decade, LeaderQuest has assisted transitioning military service members and their families navigate the complex transition process and reintegrate with confidence.
Participate in Your Transition
LeaderQuest Career Training Consultants and Military and Disabled Veteran Advisers offer extensive support through workshops, volunteer organizations and outreach programs.
Develop Your Reintegration Strategy
LeaderQuest Career Training Consultants and Military and Disabled Veteran Advisers offer personal assistance with translating military skills into civilian-applicable job skills which is a key starting point in creating a successful reintegration strategy.
Engage and Get Yourself on the Radar
Whether you’re just beginning your transition or you’ve long since separated from the Military, LeaderQuest can help you discover the right career path and gain exposure to a new level of employment and growth opportunities.
VA Education Benefits
LeaderQuest is a GI Bill™ approved school. We offer training and certification programs that align to your Military Education benefits! Learn more about VA Education Benefits
LeaderQuest can help by offering expert guidance throughout the transition process. Learn how we can help with your transition.
LeaderQuest received the prestigious Seven Seals Award for our dedication to Military Veterans and the support of the ESGR mission.
Additional Information for Vets
LeaderQuest is dedicated to helping Veterans successfully transition to civilian careers
LeaderQuest Technical Professionals Group on LinkedIn
Please join the LeaderQuest Technical Professionals Group (formerly known as the Career Services Group) on LinkedIn today! The LeaderQuest Technical Professionals Group is a valuable resource for employment information, career development workshops, networking opportunities, job market trends, and more.
TAP/Soldier for Life Programs
LeaderQuest partners with ESGR Volunteers and the Pikes Peak Workforce Center to offer bi-monthly sessions on career counseling, networking opportunities, interviewing techniques, personal branding/LinkedIn workshops, and more.
Professional Panel Support
LeaderQuest participates along with other military and commercial subject matter experts. These panels are open forum Q&A on all topics from what to expect when interviewing, what the employment profile for the region is, why networking is important. After the panel concludes the students are invited to have one-on-one sessions with panel members.
Call LeaderQuest at (866) 378-0761 to Begin Your Transition!
Military Funding Programs
Learn About Military Education Benefits and Funding Programs
LeaderQuest is approved to offer Veterans the ability to use the Montgomery GI Bill™, Active Duty Chapter 30, Vocational Rehabilitation Chapter 31, Post 911 Veterans Education Assistance Chapter 33, My CAA and other Military education financing options.
Montgomery GI Bill™ – Active Duty Chapter 30
The Chapter 30 Montgomery GI Bill™ is an Active Duty program providing up to 36 months of education benefits. Generally, benefits are payable for 10 years following your release from active duty. Eligibility criteria can be found on the GI Bill™ Web site.
Spouses of active duty members and activated members of the National Guard and Reserve Components may be eligible for the Military Spouse Career Advancement Accounts Program.
Vocational Rehabilitation – Chapter 31
Chapter 31 Vocational Rehabilitation and Employment is a program to assist veterans who have a service connected disability prepare for, find, and keep suitable IT jobs. Eligibility criteria and more information can be found at the DVA Vocational Rehabilitation and Employment website.
Veterans Workforce Investment Program (VWIP)
The Veterans Workforce Investment Program (VWIP) is a competitive grant program offered by the Veterans Employment and Training Services (VETS) of the U.S. Department of Labor. It is intended to meet the workforce investment needs of the veterans and to perform outreach and public information activities to develop and promote employment and job training opportunities in the green job industry.
Post 9/11 Veterans Education Assistance Act of 2008 – Chapter 33
The Chapter 33 Post 9/11 GI Bill™ Active Duty program provides up to 36 months of education benefits. Generally, benefits are payable for 15 years following your release from active duty. Eligibility criteria can be found on the GI Bill™ Web site.
DoD 8570 Compliance
Technology training to get you compliant – quickly, effectively and professionally
Industry Experience in Governance and Compliance
Don’t take chances. When it comes to compliance, experience matters! LeaderQuest has a highly seasoned, skillful team experienced in working within the Federal and Public sectors to assist you with 8570 compliance training, auditing or consulting.
What is DoD Directive 8570?
Department of Defense (DoD) Directive 8570.01 provides the basis for an enterprise-wide solution to train, qualify, and manage the DoD Information Assurance (IA) workforce. The policy requires Information Assurance technicians and managers to be trained and qualified to a DoD-approved baseline requirement. For questions or complete and up to date information about DoD Directive 8570, please click here to visit the Information Assurance Support Environment (IASE) page.
Who is Affected?
Any full or part-time military service member, contractor, or local nationals with privileged access to a DoD information system performing information assurance (security) functions must become certified in various areas of security and security awareness.
LeaderQuest 8570 Compliant Certification Programs
Information Assurance (IA) Certifications
Operating Systems Certifications
Management Compliance Certifications
What Certifications are Approved by the DoD Directive 8570?
View certifications that have been approved as IA baseline certifications for the IA Workforce. Personnel performing IA functions must obtain one of the certifications required for their position, category or specialty and level.