VA’s caregiver and doctor program has a new perk: You can get paid for doing some things that you would not normally get paid.
The VA says the caregiver training is part of a broader program that allows doctors to give up to 15 hours of work each week to their patients.
The paid work includes caring for veterans, people with disabilities, and anyone who is not receiving medical care.
The program is part-time and does not require a salary.
If you do not work full time, you will still get paid at the time you are paid, and you will receive additional compensation if you are working at least part time.
The company that runs the program, CareerCenters, said in a statement that it believes that the new caregiver compensation program will help more vets.
“We’re excited to help veterans transition into their new careers and help them become productive members of society,” CareerCentings CEO David Miller said in the statement.
The full-time caregiver programs will begin in August.
The veterans will be able to earn up to $300 a week for their work, and they can receive a bonus of up to 25% of the pay if they perform more than 25 hours per week.
The caregiver paid at least 25 hours of the time, and up to 50% of pay for those hours.
Veterans can earn up 15 hours a week of the work at no extra cost.
VeteranCare, which is also part of the VA’s VA Healthcare and Hospitals system, also plans to offer the paid work to VA’s HealthCare and Human Services (HHS) programs.
Veterans and their family members will have the option to receive the training.
Both the VA and HHS said the paid training will help vets transition to the workforce, and it will help them gain experience, which will help in their transition to civilian life.
Veterans who want to work as a caregiver will be eligible for the training and will receive a certificate that they must complete online.
Veteran Careers, which was established in 2009, has over 10,000 members across the country, according to the company’s website.
The Veterans Health Administration will also offer the training, as will Veterans Affairs hospitals, VA medical centers, and some VA outpatient facilities.
The programs are also expected to help Veterans transition to a civilian life, which VA said is an important part of transitioning to civilian work.
In 2018, the Veterans Health System reported that veterans are eligible for up to three months of paid work during their service.
The pay for that period is based on the number of hours worked during the time period.
If that number exceeds three months, the veteran will be entitled to up to six months of pay.
The number of paid hours a veteran works can vary depending on the type of work they perform.
Veterans are eligible to receive paid work up to 75% of their military pay, and the VA said it will use the percentage to help pay for the care of veterans who are not eligible for benefits.