FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE REBOOT workshop to be held at Brandman University’s Irvine Campus The transition back to civilian life can be a difficult challenge for military personnel, especially for younger military service members who were deployed on the war front multiple times in places like Iraq and Afghanistan. Recognizing the critical need for assistance, National
As part of Citi’s efforts to help active military, veterans and their families and provide solutions to foreclosure, Citi is co-hosting the Road to Recovery for Military with the Housing Opportunities Collaborative (HOC). HOC is a San Diego based non-profit coalition with over 60 HUD approved housing counseling partners, public and private agencies, pro-bono attorneys and homeownership
Encouraging Others To Follow Suit In celebration of Military Appreciation Month,KelleyAmerit Fleet Services, California’s largest Disabled Veteran Business Enterprise, announced today the launch of its new hiring initiative, Veterans First. Veterans First is KelleyAmerit’s promise to seek veterans to fill its open positions by actively and aggressively recruiting veterans at events and online job boards. With
The Bank of America has picked REBOOT as one of two national nonprofits that they are highlighting. Bank of America recently finished filming content onsite at the REBOOT facilities to be used in promotions. University of San Diego has been commissioned to do a third party evaluation of the REBOOT program for scalability, measurable outcomes
More than one million military service members will re-enter civilian life over the next five years and veterans transitioning out of the military continue to face challenging hiring conditions. While many companies recognize the importance of hiring veterans into the civilian workforce, an increasing percentage of employers sense that veterans are not prepared for their career transition.
(Irvine, California) – May 21, 2012 – U.S. Veterans Magazine (USVM), The elite magazine engineered to help transitioning veterans find business and employment opportunities, has partnered with the National Veterans Transition Services, Inc. (NVTSI).
The Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) launched VA for Vets (www.VAforVets.VA.gov) on Veterans Day, November 11, 2011. VA for Vets is an exciting new program created to help the Department achieve Secretary Eric K. Shinseki’s 40 percent Veteran employment goal and improve our Veteran-focused recruiting efforts.
UCSD is conducting a brain imaging and cognition research study to better understand mild-to-moderate traumatic brain injury (mTBI) in combat veterans. Study participants will be administered a cognitive assessment (e.g., memory and attention tests), as well as undergo a brain MRI and answer questions related to their current life circumstances, mood, and fatigue.
THE WHITE HOUSE Office of Communications FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE May 22, 2012 White House Highlights Vietnam Veterans as “Champions of Change WASHINGTON, DC – On Thursday, May 24th, the White House Office of Public Engagement will honor eleven individuals within the veterans’ community, especially those who served in Vietnam, who are Champions of Change. These
For Immediate Release Contact: Barbara Nyegaard, ERISS April 4, 2012 firstname.lastname@example.org; 858-722-2177 ERISS Corporation, an award-winning, woman-owned business serving workforce organizations for 20 years announced today that they are teaming up with REBOOT, a reverse boot camp program recognized by the White House and REBOOT’s Executive Director Maurice Wilson, as a Champion of Change. “By