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VetEx Foundation Inc., community sponsors present hope to add up to 500 jobs for veterans in Newburgh, N.Y.
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Social lending website wins prestigious award, continues mission to help win loans for veteran small business owners.
Legion event will focus on breaking down barriers that stop veterans and servicemembers from getting job licenses and credentials.
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At first Operation Hiring Heroes Job Fair in Albuquerque, veteran attendees were connected with 55 employers who were ready to hire.
Testimony amplifies position that veteran-owned companies need fewer obstacles to federal contracts.
The large-scale U.S Postal Service cuts affect consumers, as well as the more than 100,000 veterans employed there.
More than 50 employers headed to Albuquerque venue, looking to hire veterans.
Community Investment Management, Direct Lending Investments will fund $200 million in small business loans over a 4-year period.
Representatives from the Department of New York were at the Vets GSA's networking event in New York City, providing resoureces to attendees.
StreetShares, a veteran-owned lending company, is hoping to breathe life into the American Dream by helping veteran small businesses find loans.
Organizations team up to provide collective assistance to Washington-area disabled veterans and their families.
The American Legion will participate in a networking event with Vets GSA on March 5.
Employment opportunities, emotional and physical wellness topics in panel discussions during Legion's Employment and Empowerment Summit.
Legion's economic summit brings job seekers face to face with potential employers, career coaches.
U.S. Marine Corps veteran Travis Barnes has gone from struggling with transitioning from the military to civilian world to starting a successful distillery in Indianapolis.
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In testimony before Congress, the Legion's Davy Leghorn offered recommendations on the Department of Labor's Veterans' Employment and Training Service program.
More than 50 job offers made at Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst event.
The American Legion’s National Credentialing Summit aims to influence key decision-makers nationwide on hiring veterans for jobs they are qualified for.
Department to offer guidance to veteran business owners and entrepreneurs at the Legion's Small Business Workshop.
The American Legion’s Veterans Employment & Education Division is hosting a series of free events tailored to assist veterans and spouses pursuing employment in the civilian sector.
Legion provides subject-matter expertise on military licensing and credentialing at the Council of College and Military Educators' annual symposium.
Legion summit aims to enhance professional skills in the Armed Services.
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Workshop will take place during Washington Conference and is specifically designed for servicemembers, veterans and spouses who own their own businesses or are thinking about starting one.
Legion teaming up with Hiring Our Heroes, Easter Seals to conduct employment events during Washington Conference.
The American Legion has been fighting against credentialing barriers to veterans since the 1990s.
Stakeholders in the job-credentialing issue will converge in Washington next month for a two-day summit
12-part series addresses best practices in finding start-up capital, winning contracts, marketing and many other topics.
The Department of Veteran Affairs is hosting a National Veterans Small Business Engagement event in Atlanta in December; Legion reps will be on hand to promote the organization's training and services to veteran small business owners.