Josh Brown, a 28-year-old Marine, recently found himself unemployed—a situation that’s all-too-common for America’s veterans. Before being laid off from his job as an equipment delivery driver, Brown had thought about going back to school. However, he didn’t seriously consider the option until he talked with Dennis Rilling, a Marine Corps veteran who’s now program coordinator for Delaware Valley College’s new Veteran Organic Farming Program. “You have one in three veterans unemployed right now,” says Riling, who graduated from DelVal with a horticulture degree last spring. But thanks to the Post-9/11 GI Bill, school is now a more viable option for many veterans. DelVal is a Yellow Ribbon Program school, which means veterans are eligible to have 100 percent of their tuition covered by the bill—plus a stipend for housing.