Great Programs and Opportunities for Veterans
Measured Progress - Internship Program
The program is a full-time, paid summer internship at our Dover facility, available to students currently enrolled full time in a degree seeking program at an accredited U.S. college or university, who are looking for a challenging summer internship experience, and want the opportunity to have real world experiences and responsibilities that will build their skills, and allow the opportunity to explore their career choices. Please go to the following website to read more about this and to submit an application on line if interested. measuredprogress.org
American Corporate Partners (ACP) Veteran Mentoring Program
American Corporate Partners (ACP) is a non-profit organization dedicated to helping military veterans successfully transition into a civilian career. Through a one-on-one, yearlong mentorship, ACP's veterans work with corporate professionals in a career field of their interest to strengthen resume and interview skills, learn how to successfully network, and explore job opportunities that fit their skills and interests. Learn more ...
VFW and "Sport Clips" announce scholarship program for veterans. Applications are currently being accepted for scholarships beginning January 1, 2014. Details and requirements (along with a link to apply) can be seen at www.vfw.org/Assistance/VFW-Sport-Clips-Help-A-Hero-Scholarship/.
Veterans Airlift Command (VAC) - The VAC provides free air transportation to post 9/11 combat wounded and their families for medical and other compassionate purposes through a national network of volunteer aircraft owners and pilots.
AmeriCorps VISTA position available with UNH Cooperative Extension and Military Youth and Family Program and the NH National Guard Child and Youth Program (Concord). If interested or if you just want more information, please visit the UNH Military Youth and Family Program.
Want to connect with fellow servicemen/women or veterans? Try RallyPoint.com. Build your own profile and connect with those with similar interests/experiences. Connect with others of your background, build a network to discover existing/new career opportunities-or simply connect with veterans or those still serving...it can be utilized as an alternative/supplement to Linked In.
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