Most people would argue that the might of the United States Armed Forces carries a worldwide impact, No government on the face of the planet, in fact, has ever tackled the entire might of the U.S. Military and emerged victorious. But Sheila Danzig, Executive Director of Career Consulting International (CCI),www.TheDegreePeople.com, doesn’t care.
In fact, Ms. Danzig has posed a challenge to every foreign-educated member of the United States Army, Air Force, Navy, and all active reservists within those branches. And the foreign education credential evaluators at CCI are daringservice personnel to take Ms. Danzig at her word.
“I’m prepared to offer foreign degree evaluations free to 50 active military people each month.” When asked what she would do for the 51st person, Ms. Danzig responds, “There won’t be 51. I don’t expect 50 military people who were educated outside the U.S. to come forward and take advantage of this offer every month.” She quickly adds, however, “The 51st will be the first evaluation performed on the first day of the next month.”
Individuals who have attended high schools or universities outside the United States require foreign credential evaluations in order to demonstrate evidence of the U.S. equivalency of their foreign degrees or diplomas. People generally need these evaluations for further study at US universities, employment or for immigration purposes. These evaluation reports, however, can be costly, ranging from $70 to hundreds of dollars. This hasn’t deterred Sheila Danzig, however from offering them at no charge to our military.
“Our military goes unnoticed as they work to defend all of us,” Ms. Danzig states. CCI consultants agree. U.S. Military personnel, both domestic and abroad, offer their duty to their country unreservedly. Offering the services of that foreign education credential evaluation agency free of charge is one way Ms. Danzig can demonstrate her support, as well as those of her foreign credential evaluation agency.
CCI has agreed to continually update Armed Services personnel regarding how many soldiers respond to this challenge each month. When asked whether she’s met her match in issuing this challenge to the entire United States Military, Sheila Danzig just laughs. “I’m from Brooklyn,” she says. “I am up for the task!”
For more information about foreign credential evaluation agencies, visitwww.thedegreepeople.com/ The agency specializes in difficult cases such as those that have received RFE’s or Denials from USCIS. However they are happy to do simple evaluations as well.
For a free consultation and to learn whether your foreign diploma is the educational equivalency of a degree at a US accredited college or university: