Calling all active-duty, National Guard, Reserve, Veterans, and their families! We want YOU to help use your voice to make an impact. As a proud supporter of the 2022 #BSFSurvey, We know your voice can make a difference. When you take the survey, share your experiences and help inform decision makers so they can make changes and create resources that will support you. Take the survey today and share your story.
Once a month the National Museum of the United States Army partners with the Virginia Department of Veterans Services to host claim counselors. All services are provided free of charge. Participants must register for a thirty minute slot.
Military spouses and Employers are invited to join the conversation around Military spouse employment. This event will discuss interstate licensing, licensing reimbursement, occupations with interstate reciprocity agreements and resources to help find state-specific information about occupational requirements. Also, the topic of employment resources along with training and support that DOL offers for spouses of military members. Meg O'Grady will also share her experience as a military spouse and her career journey.
APA Division 19 will host the 2022 Military Psychology Summit on June 22-24 titled "Advocacy and Emerging Areas in Military Psychology". Free registration! CEs available!
Would you like to participate in a listening and discussion session for active duty and veteran female experiences focused on actions we can take to create more welcoming and inclusive communities in the DMV? Come hear about our efforts over last year and help focus our roadmap going forward.
The 3rd annual corvette show hosted by Willing Warriors is organized by Chuck Berge, a nationally recognized expert, judge, and appraiser of Corvettes since 1988. This year the show is expected to draw more than 150 corvettes.
The Dundalk Vet Center Presents: Military & Veterans Outdoor Recreation Showcase at North Point State Park, September 17th, 2022 from 1000-1400hrs
The Department of Labor supports hiring veterans throughout the agency. A sub-agency within DOL, The Veterans’ Employment and Training Service (VETS) is dedicated to the veteran workforce as well.
Program Overview The Saratoga WarHorse program evolves over three days. Classes are offered several times each month in three locations with an average of five participants. The program is available to Veterans and Service Members from all branches of the military, regardless of when or for how long they served. It focuses on helping participants get past the physiological symptoms of their Post- Traumatic Stress. Saratoga WarHorse doesn’t provide traditional “therapy,” but does offer an undoubtedly therapeutic experience. There is NO cost for Veterans to attend the Saratoga WarHorse program. We pay 100% of travel, lodging, meal, and program expenses.
Share Your Expertise With the Veteran Community The Ninth Annual Warrior Community Integration Symposium planning committee is seeking roundtable discussion facilitators and panelists from external stakeholders who can provide unique learning opportunities for conference attendees on a variety of topics relevant to mobilizing communities to empower veterans and their families, proactively improving their quality of life to prevent veteran suicide.