The American Bar Association online program ABA Free Legal Answers, which lets qualifying users ask civil legal questions to volunteer attorneys, has expanded to offer help on immigration and veterans’ questions. Continue reading Free Legal Answers now offers help to veterans
Dorothy “Dot” Cole was the oldest living US Marine veteran when she died on January 7. She was 107 years old.
The COVID-19 pandemic and resultant economic downturn have had a profound financial impact on millions of Americans, including our nation’s veterans and military families. Continue reading The Bob Woodruff Foundation Releases Best Practices for Organizations Providing Emergency Assistance to Veteran and Military Families
Do learn where to find and recruit veterans with TBI or PTSD. Don’t assume that veterans with TBI or PTSD are unemployable.
Continue reading Hiring Veterans With TBI And PTSD—Do’s And Don’ts For Employers And Hiring Managers
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Tens of thousands of caregivers providing critical medical support to disabled veterans will be eligible to receive coronavirus vaccine doses soon under a new policy announced by the Department of Veterans Affairs this week. Continue reading Tens of thousands of veteran caregivers now eligible for the coronavirus vaccine through VA
10 Critical Transitioning Do’s And Don’ts.
Continue reading Surviving Your Military-To-Civilian Career Transition
Los Angeles native and Congressional Gold Medal recipient Theodore Lumpkin Jr., who made history when he joined the Tuskegee Airmen, has died days before his 101st birthday, it was recently announced.
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While 2020 was a lost year for many Americans, it doesn’t have to affect separating military members in 2021. Some veterans programs reorganized their work to fit coronavirus restrictions; others shut down entirely. Continue reading The 9 Best Job Programs for Veterans Separating in 2021
The recipient of Hero Home 23, Marine Staff Sgt. Matthew Polizzi was surprised with the ultimate gift, just in time for Christmas.
Continue reading Operation Coming Home Gifts War Veteran with Mattamy Home
By Ron Kness
Why does an employer hire people? It is not to give people jobs. It’s to add value to the company. They post a position because they have a need that must get filled to either keep the company running at the same tempo (due to people leaving the company) or because the company is expanding and has more work than people to do it.
Continue reading Think Like an Employer, Get the Job