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Around 30 veterans received jobs after attending the Legion’s Heroes to Hometowns Job Fair during National Convention.
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During the Student Veterans of America awards dinner Oct. 2, VA Secretary Eric Shinseki encouraged student veterans to succeed in school.
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The Department of Labor and the U.S. Chamber of Commerce partner together to find job opportunities for veterans.
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The Veterans' Employment and Training Service (VETS) agency, a federal entity, will launch a 14-state pilot program aimed to help veterans find meaningful employment after separating from the service.
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The Legion explained to a congressional subcommittee the shortcomings of federal contractors in their obligation to recruit and hire veterans.
Dan Dellinger, former Economic Commission chairman, will join the Interagency Task Force on Federal Contracting Opportunities for Small Businesses.
NRD’s new state widget provides easy, customizable access to state-specific military benefits and resources
The American Legion fears veterans may be shortchanged in otherwise laudable small business financing bill.
IRS to conduct a special nationwide open house Saturday to help taxpayers - especially veterans and people with disabilities - solve tax problems and respond to IRS notices.
HVAC made a commitment to bringing career opportunities to those who have served by approving bills Wednesday.
The Pittsburgh RecruitMilitary event welcomed 136 veterans, spouses and family members, as well as 45 exhibitors.
The Department of Homeland Security will invite military personnel, Sept. 25, to the Virginia Beach Convention Center in Virginia Beach, Va.
The federal government is taking contracting jobs out of the private sector and making them government jobs, and the Legion says that is a problem.
The American Legion will conduct a veterans job fair and small business workshop in Milwaukee to precede national convention.
Servicemembers and veterans can join academia, federal officials and potential employers for a networking reception in the Milwaukee City Center on Aug. 27.
As part of an effort to hire more veterans at the federal level, the Office of Personnel Management is conducting a special hiring event for veterans.
The Department of Homeland Security will conduct a hiring event for its Customs and Border Protection agency at the Legion's 92nd National Convention.
Veterans are entitled to preference when applying for federal jobs, but many job-seekers find the process confusing.
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The Nashville event was the 46th RecruitMilitary Opportunity Expo of 74 scheduled in 2010 in 37 cities.
The Veterans' Employment and Training Service and the Employment and Training Administration's Job Corps are partnering in a demonstration project
The American Legion invites veterans to attend the Annual Business Conference, Aug. 31-Sept. 1 in Milwaukee - the site of the 92nd National Convention.
The American Legion is again competing in the Pepsi Refresh Project contest. This time its veterans career fairs are in the hunt for the $250,000 prize.
In August, the Department of Wisconsin is putting on a résumé-writing workshop for veterans seeking federal employment.
VA says it will award nearly $1 billion in IT contracts annually to veteran-owned small businesses during the next five years.
RecruitMilitary, in conjunction with The American Legion, routinely holds career and business Opportunity Expos for veterans and their families.
Army Small Business Director Tracey Pinson honored with a commemorative plaque in Las Vegas by The American Legion and its Business Task Force.
Testifying before the House, the Legion’s Joe Sharpe outlined ways that veteran-owned small businesses can fare better in today’s tough economic times.
The Department of Treasury is hosting a service-disabled veteran-owned small business match-making event on July 29 at the U.S. Mint building in Washington.
Legion Economic director will receive update on President Obama's National Export Initiative.
The Department of Labor has announced more than $5 million in grants to aid homeless female veterans and veterans with families.