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Jason Phillips, Cisco Vice President of Digital HR and Chief of Staff, agreed to sit down recently for a Q & A with U.S. Veterans Magazine. This man who spent over 11 years in the Marine Corps didn’t hold back.
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ARLINGTON, VA- The training and technology for future joint forces – along with the experiences of those wounded during their service – are the focus of the 2017 Global Explosive Ordnance Disposal Symposium and Exhibition, taking place Tuesday and Wednesday, Aug. 8 and 9, at the Bethesda North Marriott Hotel and Conference Center, North Bethesda, MD.
Exploring the expertise military personnel can offer your business
by Mike Starich
Almost every United States city is witnessing growth in construction—both in commercial and residential building, as well as roads, bridges and other structures. With the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics projecting the industry to increase from its current 6.9 million jobs to 7.2 million jobs by 2024—meeting the demand for quality talent is paramount for construction companies. Continue reading The Benefits of Hiring Veterans
Grant will help fund development of Carrfour’s Liberty Village housing community, which is currently under construction in Miami’s Liberty City neighborhood. Upon completion in late 2017, the 60-unit project will provide permanent housing and supportive services for hundreds of formerly homeless veterans and their families.
Continue reading THE HOME DEPOT FOUNDATION AWARDS CARRFOUR SUPPORTIVE HOUSING WITH $400K GRANT FOR HOMELESS VETERAN HOUSING IN SOUTH FLORIDA
San Diego, CA- Veteran Television (VET Tv), an independent and veteran owned film company, has built a life-size replica of a Marine Corps patrol base in Southern California for their newest TV show, “A Grunt’s Life”.
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Consider teaching as a career after your military service Continue reading The Troops to Teachers Program
Twenty-five years as an Army chaplain tested Tony Charles’ faith. But today, he has an angel that never leaves his side. Continue reading Service Dogs Provide Lifeline For Disabled And Veterans
The transition from active duty to civilian life can be filled with countless roadblocks, and many veterans find it challenging to secure a career that fulfills their needs and ambitions, which often result in periods of joblessness and uncertainty.
Continue reading Military veterans take command of their future with a business education