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Finalizing agenda for the "Veterans on Campus" education symposium

The American Legion economic division is finalizing agenda and speakers for its second annual “Veterans on Campus” education symposium, to be held Aug. 26-27 in Milwaukee during the Legion’s National Convention.

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Stephen L. Chang

July 26, 2010 - 10:40am

It's nice to know The American Legion is helping veterans understand the GI Bill and is helping make the adjustment from combat to campus.

Joyce Spencer

July 27, 2010 - 1:06pm

I just learned of this symposium yesterday and regret that I will be unable to attend. I have been a certifying official for Veterans' educational benefits for over 20 years at Terra Community College in Fremont, Ohio. Terra is committed to serving our Veteran students and continually seek ways to improve our service to those who have served.
We are interested in receiving transcripts or copies of the presentations if they should be made available. In addition, if the symposium were to be repeated at a location nearer to our campus, I would be very interested in attending. I read of this event in my husband's most recent (August) issue of "The American Legion" magazine and look forward to seeing other articles regarding the administration of educational benefits. Thank you for being a sponsor of this worth-while event.
Sincerely,
Joyce Spencer
Student Success Mentor for Veterans
Terra Community College
2830 Napoleon Road
Fremont OH 43420
vets@terra.edu

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