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Legion, Latino non-profit bring government and corporate leaders together to discuss veterans’ employment and retention issues.
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Hiring Our Heroes event will cater to veterans and servicemembers who have lost employment in the wake of Superstorm Sandy.
Michael Guty, a 92-year-old World War II veteran, gives a landmark donation to La-Flamme Kusek Post 15 to help run its rent-free housing complex for homeless veterans.
New York City Legionnaire helps local student veterans land internships, returning servicemembers transition back into the workforce.
Presidential contenders see eye-to-eye on credentialing and licensing issue.
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Legion campaign to win jobs for military truckers gets boost with new law.
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Legion official provides input on key issues at Veteran Access to Housing Summit in San Antonio.
House of Representatives passes Legion backed bill to ease restriction on civilian licensing of military truck drivers.
Veterans, servicemembers and their families invited to attend free hiring events, located in all sections of the country.
Addressing veterans’ unemployment must be an “all hands on deck” effort, says Congressional Black Caucus panel.
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Résumés being accepted until Oct. 20.
More emphasis on “soft skills” needed in new transition assistance program, says Legion.
Latest of successful career fairs brings around 250 veterans to Bankers Life Fieldhouse.
The Legion attends National Latina Symposium and welcomes a new small business task force member.
U.S. Chamber of Commerce’s Hiring Our Heroes events offer job opportunities to veterans and military spouses all over the country.
Legionnaires asked to mobilize at state level to help streamline military-to-civilian licensing.
The American Legion sponsored a Veterans Transition Workshop at its national convention to help veterans re-enter the private sector job market.
The American Legion’s National Convention Business Conference offers valuable training and networking opportunities.
Veterans, servicemembers and spouses can attend free Indianapolis career fair coordinated by Legion’s Economic Division.
The Legion will host its Credentialing Roundtable at national convention to find ways to improve certification for veterans.
The American Legion’s Economic Division will host an event aimed to explore VA’s progress on ending homelessness.
Veterans, military and spouses can log onto the job search website from Aug. 21-23 for an online job event.
Program pairing SBA with departments of Veterans Affairs, Defense aimed at helping transitioning servicemembers and veterans to become entrepreneurs.
Veteran Skills to Jobs Act, backed by The American Legion, designed to make it easier for qualified veterans to obtains licences, credentials for civlian careers.
Author of Veterans Skills to Jobs act praises Legion for its efforts to make federal licenses easier to obtain for qualified veterans.
The National Coalition for Homeless Veterans recognized the Legion for its efforts in ending homelessness among veterans.
Electronic mailing that gives listing of veterans job fairs and career resources continues to attract subscribers.
Online job search engine allows veterans and servicemembers to tailor their job search according to their service and civilian skills.
The second event, of a nationwide series, comes to a close; Legion helps roll out new initiative for veteran entrepreneurs.
VA for Vets attendees in Detroit receive education on "Demystifying Traumatic Brain Injury and Post-traumatic Stress Disorder in the Workplace."
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