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Working with the USDA and lawmakers, the Legion is improving the employment outlook for veterans, chiefly in the credentialing fields.
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Esteemed veterans hiring specialist and current Legion Business Task Force member Susan Schieren discusses the landscape of veterans employment in corporate America.
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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.
Veterans and servicemembers invited to hiring fair in New York City sponsored by VA and Rep. Bob Turner’s office.
VA announces that its home loans continue to have the lowest serious delinquency and foreclosure rates.
VA Secretary Eric Shinseki spoke with The American Legion recently about advances being made in his department’s fight to eliminate veteran homelessness.
Annual event reaches out to D.C.-area homeless veterans.
VA-sponsored event showcases new veteran employment assistance technology.
Homeless veterans will be given a wide array of career and health services this Saturday at the VA Medical Center in Washington, D.C.
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More than 1,100 military spouses attended a Washington, D.C. career fair that was organized specifically for them.
The Legion’s annual Washington Business Conference welcomes veteran entrepreneurs to D.C. from Feb. 28 - 29 for a free informational event.
On Jan. 13, the U.S. Chamber of Commerce will host a career and hiring forum for military spouses in Washington D.C. at the Walter E. Washington Center; Legion to have booth at event.
American Legion will staff a booth at the event, which will include hiring managers from federal agencies and the opportunity to register for VA benefits.
Legion representatives will host roundtable discussion on success of VA pledge to end veteran homelessness during Washington Conference.
National report shows that homelessness among veterans reduced by nearly 12 percent from January 2010 to January 2011.
The American Legion will sit on a panel of a veterans small business advisory forum, which will feature lawmakers and other government officials.
Veterans now able to download official data about their military training, experience.
In written testimony to House subcommittee, Legion says weak government policies and rules limit effectiveness of tools aimed to facilitate contracting opportunities for veterans.
Legion calling on Congress to make good on its commitment to ensure veterans, servicemembers have access to sustainable, affordable housing.
The Legion and first lady Michelle Obama attended the U.S. Chamber's “Business Steps Up: Hiring Our Heroes” conference.