VETCON is the veteran entrepreneur [vetrepreneur] conference, an annual gathering of visionaries, hustlers, and game-changers from around the world. We represent the international community of veterans who run their own businesses. Continue reading VetCon 2018 is Here!
Variety, the authoritative entertainment industry news source, presented their inaugural SALUTE TO SERVICE event, a celebration of the notable efforts and contributions by various individuals shining light on military services and related organizations.
Continue reading Variety Presents Inaugural Salute To Service Event
By Alvin Powell, Harvard Staff Writer
Jonny Kim was in the grocery store when the call came: He would have to exchange his emergency room scrubs for a space suit.
“I was happy, jubilated, excited—all these emotions,” Kim said. “My wife was there. I told her and she was jumping up and down in the grocery store. So we looked silly. I was about to pay for the food.”
For many people, the first quarter of the New Year is a popular time to transition into a new job. That’s why, as 2017 draws to a close, it’s a good idea to invest some time polishing your resume or revising your long-term goals. VA has a few tips to help you be as prepared as possible for any career opportunities that may come your way in 2018. Continue reading New year, new career: VA’s tips to help you prepare
Starting a business following military service is a great way to put your experience, self-starter attitude and confidence into action in your civilian life.
— America’s Warrior Partnership and University of Alabama Partner to Conduct First-of-its-Kind, Four-Year Research Initiative –
Continue reading ‘Operation Deep Dive’ To Examine Veteran Suicide Causes and Factors
Electronics Technician 3rd Class Jacob Otero, assigned to USS Nimitz (CVN 68), greets his wife on the pier after a six-month deployment. The Nimitz Carrier Strike Group is returning from a regularly scheduled deployment to the Western Pacific.
Continue reading Sailor Spotlight! Electronics Technician 3rd Class Jacob Otero, from La Mirada, California
The ‘CSI: NY’ star, who has helped a veteran get cast on ‘Hawaii Five-0’, is expanding his foundation, although he wishes the government would do a better job supporting American soldiers. Continue reading Gary Sinise’s Veteran Charity Adds ‘Snowball Express’ Program to Support Children of the Fallen
Sgt. Taylor Morris could barely hide his emotions as he walked through the stands of the Lake Placid Olympic Center Friday after learning he had finally become an Olympian, a goal he had been working toward for 16 years. Continue reading Three Soldiers qualify for Olympics in luge
They volunteered their service, their time, and they risked their lives: the veterans of the United States. Unfortunately, for many women and men who retire from the military, when they retire, they have memories they wish they didn’t.
Continue reading Resource to Help Veterans Struggling with Substance Use Disorder