(CHATTANOOGA, Tennessee)—Nick Murray is transitioning from a military officer to a civilian and small-business owner. Continue reading Working With A New Canvas, Air Force Vet Confident, Excited About Transferring Skill Set
Fort Lauderdale, Fla. (May 23, 2019) – Leading travel agency franchise Dream Vacations is recruiting military veterans to enlist in its eighth annual, award-winning “Operation Vetrepreneur: Become Your Own General” contest. Continue reading Five Military Veterans Can Win Free Travel Agency Franchise
By Lt. Jake Joy, Navy Office of Community Outreach
Seaman Apprentice Chance Coogle, a native of Huntington Beach, California, said serving in the Navy is a “family thing.” “I’m the seventh generation of Coogle to enlist, and none have retired – it’s a neat tradition,” he said. Continue reading Seaman Apprentice Serves Aboard Versatile Warship Half A World Away
A golf car is a nice amenity on the golf course, but for families of veterans and active duty service members who are being treated at Department of Defense (DOD) and Veterans Affairs (VA) Medical Centers, golf cars are a valuable and needed mode of transportation. Continue reading Tee It Up for the Troops Donates 20th E-Z-GO Vehicle to Fisher House Foundation to Assist Disabled Veterans and Their Families
May is Military Appreciation Month. What better way to wrap up the month, then by helping our heroes overseas? Morale can be tough to keep when you are a soldier stationed in the Middle East. Continue reading It’s Life or Death for a Puppy in the Middle East
Paul Davis Restoration salutes Chris Waddell, Marine Corp. veteran and owner of Paul Davis of Northwest Kentucky located at 1030 Amiet Road in Henderson. Continue reading A Salute To Paul Davis Restoration Franchisee And Marine, Chris Waddell
The ISABLED Virtual Career Fair platform makes it easier to connect recruiters from leading companies and high-impact professionals with disabilities. There are currently more jobs in the U.S than available workers to fill them, and companies are forced to explore more options to find talent to hire to help them grow their business. Continue reading Online Recruitment Platform to Connect Workers with Disabilities to Rewarding Careers
In honor of Military Appreciation Month, Lowe’s is pleased to announce three partnerships allowing for deeper relationships with the military community nationwide. Continue reading Lowe’s announces new partnerships with military organizations
Spencer Velez knows how to use his expertise and skills. He served in the U.S. Marine Corps for 14 years. The now 35-year-old deployed to Afghanistan in 2011 as a part of Operation Enduring Freedom and was awarded the Navy and Marine Corps Commendation Medal for superior performance of duties while serving in a direct combat service support role.
Continue reading After Winning Medals In Afghanistan, Veteran Brings Number One Home Inspection Company To Pasadena, CA
By Jess Scherman
In the past, American jobs have generally been classified into one of two categories: white collar and blue collar. The former typically includes jobs performed in an office setting by highly skilled and formally trained professionals, while the latter generally refers to labor jobs that often require professionals to work with their hands.
Continue reading What Are ‘New-Collar’ Jobs?