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Unemployed veterans between the ages of 35 and 60 can apply for new benefits to cover education costs for up to 1 year.
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Island territory is the site of major Chamber of Commerce job fair.
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Tech business owned by Legion Business Task Force member earns another landmark federal order.
National Commander Fang Wong and New York City Post 754 members discuss veterans’ challenges with jobs and education during a dinner reception.
Pentagon advisory group calls for simplifying job certification processes for military veterans.
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Email list offers comprehensive compilation of news updates and important dates.
Executive order to protect veterans from exploitation by for-profit schools ‘an important victory,’ says Legion national commander.
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Legion to be present at the annual contractors’ networking event.
Legion.org’s ‘Advice for Job Seekers’ page gives veterans valuable employment tips.
Around 130 representatives from companies convened on Lambeau Field in Green Bay, Wis., to hear about the benefits of employing veterans.
General Electric to hire 5,000 veterans in next five years, welcomes Reservists with biomedical background into its externship program.
Attending conference, veterans hiring fair and small-business summit among many activities of Economic division during the week.
Grants through Homeless Veterans Reintegration Program will provide job training services to help homeless veterans succeed in civilian careers.
Nearly 1,000 veterans and their spouses turn out for Hiring Our Heroes career fair in Chicago, bringing with them the right tools to do the job.
Department of Homeland Security is recruiting veterans to continue their national service in civilian life by becoming CBPOs.
U.S. Chamber of Commerce-sponsored March 28 event will feature more than 200 veteran-seeking employers.
Working with the USDA and lawmakers, the Legion is improving the employment outlook for veterans, chiefly in the credentialing fields.
Esteemed veterans hiring specialist and current Legion Business Task Force member Susan Schieren discusses the landscape of veterans employment in corporate America.
Senate passes measure to study fast-tracked issuance of commercial licenses.
The American Legion testified on March 8 before a House subcommittee hearing in Washington.
The Veterans Affairs & Rehabilitation Commission’s meeting Feb. 27 at the Washington Conference featured a panel that examined rural health care for women veterans.
Nearly 700 job seekers attended The American Legion sponsored veterans' career fair on Feb. 23 in Washington, DC.
On Day Two, National Credentialing Summit attendees are urged to turn words into action.
The American Legion and U.S. Chamber of Commerce are co-hosting a summit in Washington on licensing and credentialing issues that affect veterans and servicemembers.
Representatives from national and department level attend event to help with employment resources and benefits filing.
The American Legion invites veterans and servicemembers to the annual Hiring Our Heroes Career Fair in Washington on Feb. 23.
Press conference held during Super Bowl weekend kicks off campaign to help corporate America hire more than 10,000 veterans this year.
VA’s hiring fair last month was a resounding success, providing on-site interviews for veterans and legitimate job opportunities.
Legion’s first-ever National Credentialing Summit will find ways to improve credentialing opportunities for veterans.