The Armed Services YMCA enhances the lives of military members and their families in spirit, mind and body through programs relevant to the unique challenges of military life.
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CASY brings military and veteran job seekers together with employers who are looking to hire. The CASY team has provided free job placement assistance to more than 100,000 military service members and veterans.
|Dogs for Our Brave provide veterans with special needs with service and companion dogs at no cost. Their mission is to provide professionally trained service and companion dogs at no cost to veterans who have suffered debilitating injury or illness while in service to our country. The goal is to use rescue dogs at every opportunity, thus saving two lives at once. In order to fully realize their mission without adding financial burden, they also provide a continuum of free support that covers all food, veterinary care, and pharmaceuticals for the life of the dog.|
To provide a nationwide and efficient support network available before, during and after deployment to post 9/11 servicemen and -women, veterans and their families that is known to military members, their families and commanders, and the communities in which they live.
NPower provides tuition-FREE technology training and certifications to active service members, veterans, their spouses and young adult job seekers, offering an alternative fast-track to tech jobs with employers committed to hiring diverse IT talent.
Their mission is twofold: First – To provide private and confidential access to simple and effective resources to those troubled or suffering as a result of stressful or traumatic experiences while in the service of our nation. Second – To provide a forum whereby concerned and experienced professionals can share their expertise and experience. To promote better understanding of the needs of our Noble Warriors among our Military, Health Professionals and Government Leadership. By doing so we hope to improve mission readiness and to provide hope to the guardians of our nation.
The mission of a Community Living Center is to restore each Veteran to his or her highest level of well being. It is also to prevent declines in health and to provide comfort at the end of life.
The Mission Continues is a national, nonpartisan nonprofit that empowers veterans to continue their service, and empowers communities with veteran talent, skills and preparedness to generate visible impact.
The VCP was created to process at-risk archaeological collections belonging to the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. Many of these collections require rehabilitation in order to meet federal standards, and the VCP employs veterans as laboratory technicians to perform this work. This includes cataloging and photographing artifacts, and cleaning, scanning, and re-housing photographs and documents, providing veterans with a valuable bridging experience from the military into the public sector.
The VFW is a nonprofit veterans service organization comprised of eligible veterans and military service members. The VFW and its Auxiliary are dedicated to veterans service, legislative advocacy, and military and community service programs.
The VFW Auxiliary is comprised of members from all walks of life with a common connection: all are relatives of those who served in overseas combat. More than 475,000 members in nearly 3,900 Auxiliaries across the nation work to improve the lives of veterans, active-duty service members and their families, and their communities in a variety of ways.
VetsWork: Environment is an eleven month career development internship program for military veterans interested in the natural resources management, public lands, and environment sector.
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