Military Support Projects
RMHS experience in providing support programs is based on a thorough understanding of the program requirements and the ability to execute the contract tasks and subtasks.
Support programs we provide include execution of testing, library services, learning center operation, and counseling support programs
Testing services are conducted in support of Army Education Centers providing an opportunity for active duty military and U.S. Army Reservists to take standardized national tests to assess educational status, establish college admissibility and/or earn college credit by examination. Testing programs include DANTES, American College Test (ACT), College Level Examination Program (CLEP), Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT), formal language testing as prescribed by the Defense Language Training Institute and educational non-DANTES tests that are offered on military installations. NESI/RMHS has conducted thirty-two (32) projects at the following locations:
Learning Center and MOS Libraries (36)
Learning Center services require expertise in operation and manipulation of computer software and hardware, providing reference information, and excellent customer service skills. Project staff assist soldiers in the use of computer software to access correspondence courses, Army regulations, pamphlets and circulars, training and educational programs, and Internet usage. NESI/RMHS has conducted thirty-six (36) Learning Center and/or MOS Library projects at the following locations:
Counseling Support Services(8)
Counseling support services require experience in the continuing education system, inter-personal communications skills, research skills, and the ability to follow through on designated actions promptly. Counseling Support staff assists Army Education Center counselors with EDMIS documentation, registration for college courses and tuition assistance record keeping. NESI/RMHS has conducted counseling support projects at the following locations:
Higher Education Counseling and Advisement (14)
Higher education counseling and advisement services were provided in support of the Chief of Naval Operation’s commitment to build a better-educated force. Services include academic/vocational/technical counseling to eligible personnel. Record of pertinent data in the Naval databases in order to effectively advise individuals and commands concerning educational status, assisting personnel in the development of individual degree plans. Interpret test scores and advising on applicability of the scores to the degree plan, and provide educational briefings on the many aspects and benefits of the Navy College Program. NESI/RMHS conducted counseling and educational advisement projects at the following 14 locations:
Working with NESI
NESI provides a range of high-quality educational services to students around the world. Our talented, committed employees are one of the most important elements of our educational programs.Employment Opportunities
NESI delivers educational services to more than 15,000 students in 120 cities, across 17 states, eight foreign countries and two US territories.