Good news story of the day
Seats added to help New Jersey’s Veterans find new careers at the inaugural Veteran and Transitioning Military Re-careering Seminar (PR Newswire) On April 29th, the MedTech and BioTech Veterans Program (www.mvpvets.com) will host its inaugural re-careering event for transitioning military and veterans in New Jersey.
Military Transition and Jobs News
Program offers Marines and sailors transition assistance (JD News) As the military continues its downsizing efforts, one program is committed to ensuring Marines and sailors get the assistance they need.
Donnelly, Purdue work to transition veterans back to civilian life (JCOnline) As the U.S. continues to close military bases across Afghanistan and send troops home, Sen. Joe Donnelly, D-Indiana, hopes to provide a smoother transition back to civilian life for them and their families.
Job, Health and Benefit Fair for Mississippi Veterans (WHLT) The Mississippi Governor’s Job Fair Network is hoping to help Veterans and their spouses with job and health benefits.
Hoosier Veteran Job Fair To Feature 200 Employers (WBIW) Senator Dan Coats (R-Ind.) today encouraged Hoosier veterans to attend the eighth annual “Operation Hire a Hoosier Veteran” Job Fair on Wednesday,
College Success For Veterans (CBS Local Philly) Data from veterans who used education benefits from the post 9/11 GI Bill seem to graduate with rates comparable to their non-veteran peers.
Society shouldn’t tar all veterans as loose cannons (The News Tribune) There is a military proverb that first reports from the battlefield are always wrong.
Why so many firings from Veterans Home? Lawmaker asks (KCCI) A lawmaker is demanding an investigation to determine why so many workers at the Iowa Veterans Home have been fired and disqualified from future state employment.
Anonymous online counseling for vets shows early success (Military Times) When they contracted with the Vets Prevail program late last year, Veterans Affairs Department officials hoped the Web-based mental health resource could enroll about 2,200 new veterans in its anonymous counseling over a year.
Arvada man, a World War II vet, gets overdue POW medal (The Denver Post) A World War II veteran and Arvada resident was presented Monday with a medal commemorating his time as a prisoner of war.
Other-than-honorable vet says VA cutting insulin supply after 15 years (WRDW) Veteran Richard Ray said he wants to know why the VA has discontinued the medication he needs to live.
McCain, Flake call for hearings on delayed care at Phx VA hospital (CBS5AZ) U.S. Sen. John McCain(R-Arizona) and U.S. Sen. Jeff Flake(R-Arizona) are calling for congressional hearings to determine whether dozens of patients died while awaiting medical care at the Phoenix VA Hospital.
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