You volunteered, you served, and now you’re mustering out. What happens next? Returning to civilian life sounds easy on paper, but the reality of leaving the highly-structured, highly-disciplined military environment for one that’s completely open can be Continue reading How to Successfully Readjust to Civilian Life with a Career in Tech
By Dan Brouillette, Secretary of Energy
When their service ends, our veterans should be able to count on a healthy economy with ample job opportunities in the wide variety of fields for which they are suited. Continue reading Veterans Boost America’s Energy Workforce
MedTechVets, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that assists and prepares transitioning service members and military veterans for meaningful employment in medical device and life science companies, recently announced enrollment for its spring 2021 MedTechVets Academy program for transitioning active-duty service members and veterans. Continue reading MedTechVets Now Accepting Applications for Spring 2021 MedTechVets Academy: Opportunity for Veterans to Gain and Practice Professional Skills
VetsinTech, the leading national non-profit dedicated to advancing career opportunities for veterans in the tech industry, announced its “VetsinTech Invasion 2021” national conference. Continue reading Announcing the 2021 VetsinTech Invasion National Conference – All-Star Lineup With More Than 30 Top Tech Companies
In light of the nationwide discussions around diversity and inclusion, racial equality, and political uncertainty, 12 veterans from exceptionally diverse backgrounds have launched a new, effective, unbiased learning technology and mobile app. Continue reading 12 Veterans Launch e-Learning Technology and Mobile App diversitypop for D&I
VA’s Palo Alto Health Care System has become the first fully 5G-enabled hospital in VA, and among the first in the world.
Continue reading VA’s First Fully 5G-Enabled Hospital is Among the First in The World
How I utilized my G.I. Bill benefits to launch a career in coding.
By Cody Baermann
Continue reading From Section Leader to Software Engineer
In 2011, Marine Colonel Doug Hurley served as the pilot of the last U.S. space shuttle mission aboard the Atlantis. Upon their arrival, the United States has since used Russian rockets to send astronauts into the cosmos. But nearly ten years later, this is all about to change. Continue reading Meet the Two Veterans Leading the First Mission Back to Space
Lieutenant General Bruce T. Crawford received the Black Engineer of the Year Award at the BEYA Gala this year for his outstanding efforts to mentor the next generation of American engineers, technicians, and technologists. Continue reading Army CIO receives Black Engineer of the Year Award