NCOA is currently a leader in Veterans and Spouse Employment, a strong voice on Capitol Hill and with the Veterans Administration, and our members around the world are making a difference in their local communities. Continue reading NCOA Announces Recruiting Drive
White House Chef Andre Rush is pleased to announce that he has signed a deal to produce an upcoming television show called “Chef in the City.” Continue reading White House Chef and Combat Veteran Andre Rush Has Signed a Deal to Produce ‘Chef in the City’
Virginia Tech’s Center for Geospatial Information Technology has been working to improve informational databases across service lines of the Virginia Department of Veterans Services.
Continue reading Center for Geospatial Information Technology builds database to help Virginia’s veterans
JOHNSON CITY – A newly named, renovated and relocated space for military-affiliated students at East Tennessee State University is officially open. A dedication ceremony held Wednesday by the Office of Veterans Affairs introduced the community to the new Military-Affiliated Student Resource Center (MARC). Continue reading ETSU holds dedication ceremony for new Military-Affiliated Student Resource Center
Paws of War, an organization that helps veterans and first responders to obtain and train companion and service dogs, is moving to a new, larger location. The new location will help them provide their important services to more veterans and first responders. Continue reading Paws of War Receives Donation, Aims to Help More Veterans with New Location
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – A 2018 La Habra High School graduate and La Habra, California, native is serving in the U.S. Navy aboard Naval Air Station Jacksonville, home to the U.S. Navy’s newest maritime, patrol and reconnaissance aircraft. Continue reading Sailor Spotlight! Mass Communication Specialist 1st Class Jerry Jimenez
Interviews are fairly anxiety inducing, especially when your interviewer has what can only be described as a professional poker face. Continue reading 5 Questions Hiring Managers Think During Interviews (But Might Not Ask)
TAMPA–ART International recently announced that Taya Kyle, widow of late United States Navy SEAL sniper Chris Kyle, commonly known as the “American Sniper” after the title of his New York Times bestselling memoir of the same title, will be the keynote speaker at the organization’s upcoming Brave B.A.S.H. (Building Advocates for Successful Healing) gala. Continue reading Taya Kyle, Widow of Late U.S. Navy SEAL and “American Sniper” Chris Kyle, Announced as Keynote Speaker for Upcoming Brave B.A.S.H.
BOSTON, MA–DraftKings Inc. recently announced that it is expanding its Tech for Heroes initiative to Austin, Texas. The eight-week course, beginning October 9 and offered free of charge, is designed to provide high-tech job skills training to current and returning veterans and military spouses, so they can expand their knowledge base and find gainful employment in the tech sector.
Continue reading DraftKings’ High-Tech Jobs Skills Training Program Now Open for Texas Veterans
By Kelly Bagla, Esq.
Having been a start-up lawyer and entrepreneur, I have been asked many of the following questions over the years from entrepreneurs who are starting a company. Continue reading Starting a Business? Answers to 10 frequently asked questions