Ranger Transition Program

Our Rangers are among the most disciplined and skilled Warriors in the world and we are dedicated to helping them utilize their ingrained skills by empowering them to thrive in careers and at top Universities around the country. When Rangers make the decision not to re-enlist in the Regiment after a long and successful military career, the transition back to civilian life can be challenging.

Through our Transition Programs, we are committed to helping our Rangers through the reintegration process, ensuring that they achieve their goals of a rewarding and prosperous civilian life.

Since launching our Transition Program in 2014, over 15 Rangers have been assigned to a nine-month unpaid internship program called The H.E.R.O. Child-Rescue Corps Program.

Army Ranger Lead The Way Fund’s Collegiate Access Program (CAP), in collaboration with our partner organizations, provides transitioning Rangers interested in advanced education with valuable tools and resources to help them navigate the complicated process of selecting and applying to top-level universities.

  • Test prep assistance
  • Application & essay editing assistance
  • Travel, tuition and expense reimbursement after completion of the Warrior Scholar Program Academic Boot Camp
  • Personalized assistance with class selection, housing arrangements and resolving any medical issues
  • Access to scholarships and fellowships for Rangers in undergrad and graduate school
  • Access to internship and job programs for Rangers attending college through CAP

Army Ranger Lead The Way Fund supports the Rangers with rent mortgage, food, and other essential living expenses while our wounded Rangers are training in high-tech computer forensics and law enforcement skills, to assist federal agents in the fight against online child sexual exploitation and bring child predators to justice.

Since launching our Transition Program in 2014, over 15 Rangers have been assigned to a nine-month unpaid internship program called The H.E.R.O. Child-Rescue Corps Program.