The UPS Store is honoring Veterans this year by waving the $29,950 franchise fee for qualified U.S. Veterans. The first 10 eligible Veterans to qualify between May 1, 2019 and November 11, 2019 will have their franchise fee waived.
Category: Student Testimonials
San Pedro, CA. –Hosted by the LA Fleet Week® Foundation in partnership with REBOOT L.A. and Battleship IOWA Museum, the 2019 LA Fleet Week announces an all-new Veterans Job Fair, Thursday, August 29, to be held on the flight deck of the Battleship IOWA Museum. TheVeterans Job Fairwill be host to over 30 employers and exhibitors
I had been preparing for my transition out of the military years before my official retirement date. As a Navy Career Counselor Senior Chief, I was sure that I had the process right. Was I ever so wrong? The Navy did a great job developing me as a leader and providing me with valuable skills and tools needed to enter the civilian workforce. However; I lacked the experience of knowing how to showcase these exceptional skills in landing my perfect job.
Maurice D. Wilson President/ED”REBOOT has been carefully designed to address reintegration issues at their root cause by focusing on the (service member’s) positive attributes and teaching attendees how to understand and control thoughts. The workshop works through numerous scenarios and guides them through various situations providing them with peer-to-peer advice and sound cognitive education. The workshop validates their experience and teaches them how to manage thoughts and develop social co
I’m a U.S. Navy veteran coping with life after the military. I miss my Navy career and the camaraderie of those sharing the same mission. I know things would be very different for me if REBOOT hadn’t found me before I left the Navy. I was a combat documentation specialist covering evidence of war crimes including
Story by Krishna M. Jackson U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist Anastasia Puscian. Marine Corps Sergeant Michael Pride graduated REBOOT Workshop as part of Class 2 in August 2010. Michael was preparing to leave the Marine Corps after being medically evaluated for injuries he received in Afghanistan when his vehicle was rolled over by
President Obama has kept his vow to wind down two wars and bring home troops — but meeting the job, educational and medical needs of those returning veterans also has become a challenging priority for the White House. Mr. Obama made veterans’ care a major theme during the 2008 campaign. Since taking office, Mr. Obama
Posted by Reboot Workshop on Sunday, June 17, 2012
There is no doubt that hiring U.S. Veterans makes cents from many standpoints…..below are the top 10: 1. Accelerated Learning Curve Veterans have the proven ability to learn new skills and concepts. In addition, they can enter your workforce with identifiable and transferable skills, proven in real world situations. This background can enhance your organization’s