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Global security giant will bring its renowned support for veterans to American Legion's 96th National Convention in Charlotte, N.C.
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National convention event will bring together key officials from higher education and government agencies, and most importantly student veterans themselves.
Employment and Empowerment Summit will offer two days worth of job skills training and employment opportunities to veterans and servicemembers at national convention.
Legion will sponsor 25 career fairs nationwide, including the organization's own job fair at national convention.
Legion-StreetShares initiative focused on providing loans to veteran-owned small businesses.
The Department of Ilinois will conduct a hiring fair for veterans, military personnel and their spouses during the department convention in Springield, Ill.
The Legion will be hosting a booth and conducting outreach efforts at the annual VETS14 conference, June 16-19, in Reno, Nev.
Social marketplace lenders are a great way to get in front of investors, tell your story and obtain a business loan.
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Limited number of passes available to Big M conference in Detroit June 9-12; panel discussion on veterans in manufacturing scheduled for June 11.
Department of New Jersey helps host job fair for employment opportunities at the Port of New York and New Jersey.
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Mark L. Rockefeller's business, StreetShares.com, gets start-up funding to veteran business owners, and is changing conventional ideas about venture capital.
Legion-sponsored event to offer special employment opportunities for veterans at the Port of New York and New Jersey.
Mark L. Rockefeller, CEO of StreetShares.com and industry expert, says the new frontier of business lending is online.
American Legion attends National Veteran Employment Summit in Washington, D.C., where Medal of Honor recipient Sal Giunta was keynote speaker.
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Hiring Our Heroes connects veterans with employers who are ready to hire in Celina, Ohio.
Veterans should keep in mind that their new civilian jobs will most likely be less intense and less important than their military duties.
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The summit, held April 29-30 in Washington, will feature Medal of Honor recipient and Legionnaire Sal Giunta.
Department of Connecticut launches partnership program with Goodwin College that gives Legion family members 33 percent discount in tuition.
Retraining program for older veterans set to expire March 31. Legion appeals for extension.
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Legion-sponsored two-day business workshop, For HEROES, proves 'extremely valuable.'
Legion, RecruitMilitary bring dozens of potential employers face to face with veterans, military in the nation's capital.
Veterans, servicemembers invited to attend free Resume Writing Workshop and career fair in Washington on Thursday.
Group of veteran business owners which advises the Legion will meet at Washington Conference, set advocacy priorities for 2014.
Course designed to provide women veterans ability to identify a business opportunity, draft a business plan and launch their enterprise.
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Three-hour snapshot of The American Legion’s legislative work in Washington shows that the shortest distance to success is rarely a straight line.
Newest Legion newsletter provides monthly updates on veterans career fairs coming to your area.
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Veterans connect in Louisville, Detroit with employers like Verizon Wireless, Eli Lilly, the Social Security Administration and many more.
Felix W. Ortiz, an Army veteran, founded Viridis Learning to place veterans in careers where their knowledge, skills and abilities will best serve them.
Veterans may work for younger and less-experienced bosses in the private sector – be prepared for it and don’t take it personally.
Many online resources are available to help veterans start or restart their own businesses.