Mentorship for Veterans with Fortune 500 companies
you know you could be connected with mentors like Rupert Murdoch,
George Oliver (CEO of Johnson Controls), or the Chairman of the Board of
Bloomberg? American Corporate Partners (ACP) matches post 9/11 Veterans
(and military spouses) with the perfect mentors including teachers,
nurses, law enforcement officers, cyber security experts and human
resource managers. The average starting salary for ACP proteges is $82,000!
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Veterans at home offer musical tribute to VA staff
around the nation used their creative music talent to pay homage to VA
health care workers during the COVID-19 pandemic. Veterans in the
sing-along are past participants of the Adaptive Sports and Therapeutic
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VA welcomes our LGBTQ Veterans
is creating an environment where lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender
and questioning (LGBTQ) Veterans can talk openly about sexual
orientation, gender identity, and their mental and physical health. An
open discussion with trained providers helps VA provide you the best
care. Connect with your local LGBT Veterans Care Coordinator for support
Learn about the Disabled American Veterans (DAV) National Employment Program
Get a certificate in agribusiness
Agricultural Vocation Education (SAVE) Farm in Manhattan, Kansas
partners with academic institutions to provide Veterans and their
families with hands-on agricultural training on a 308 acre working farm.
The accredited curriculum provides a certificate within one year. Apply
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Borne the Battle: Beau Higgins, leading Amazon's Military Affairs team
Corps Veteran Beau Higgins retired from 25 years of service when
Veteran unemployment was higher than the national average. But when
Amazon pledged to hire more Veterans, Beau jumped aboard and now leads
recruitment efforts with Amazon's Military Affairs team. He reflects on
his service, his family's support and his work with both Amazon and the
Travis Manion Foundation.
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