VIP is a 3-day, 27-hour comprehensive certification program for veteran businesses to increase their ability to win government contracts by establishing best business practices. This is an initiative of the Montgomery County Chamber Community Foundation (MCCCF). The next session begins June 21.
The American Association of Suicidology (AAS) launched a brand new website as part of the Department of Suicide Prevention Office/AAS grant project. Visit www.usmilitarymatters.org for access to free online trainings (webinars) and resources for mental health providers, and National Guard and Reserve Members and their families.
Current job openings and opportunities for Veterans. Please refer candidates to Ms. Tracy Mapp at 202-805-1998 or email@example.com
A guide from the Montgomery County Commission on Homelessness on homelessness resources and services.
Maryland Public Television's (MPT) Maryland War Stories premiers in three parts, May 24-25-26. It is a three-part series that shares more than 100 stories of Vietnam Veterans.
With funding from J.P Morgan Chase & Co., the Institute for Veterans and Military Families at Syracuse University is offering the Veterans Career Transition Program for free to Post 9/11 Veterans and spouses.
The annual Department of Veterans Affairs map for the number of projected Maryland Veterans in 2016.
NAMI Prince George's County will be offering the 6 week Homefront training starting April 6th in New Carrollton, MD. To register, call 301-429-0970 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Learn more at www.namipg.org.
The Military Times posted an article on March 14th talking about potential changes that the U.S Department of Labor wants to make to Veterans who are using their G.I Bill and access federal unemployment benefits.
A presentation for anyone who is interested in learning more about Hero Dogs, whether as a potential applicant, volunteer, donor, or other supporter Saturday March 20th at 12:30pm.