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A Kick Start for Homeless Vets with TBI

Actor Max Martini“Will Gardner” – A Film about One of America’s Forgotten Heroes 

On any single day in the United States, there are close to 68,000 homeless military veterans living on the streets.  The majority of them are young men and single. About 8% are women.  If you find that statistic shameful and disgraceful, you will know why actor Max Martini is making a film about it. And if you know a homeless vet with traumatic brain injury (TBI) the cause becomes a personal one.


Employment Program for VA Education Students- Work-Study Program

Department of Veterans AffairsThe GI Bill can help cover many of a Veteran’s expenses, but often there are still bills to pay.  Did you know there is a program that can pay students to help other Veterans right in their own community and do it while attending school?


New Veterans to Technicians Program From Audi

AudiThe ‘Veterans to Technicians Program’ will create pathways for skilled former military technicians to become Audi-certified employees

  • Demand for Audi Dealership technicians is expected to soar 112% by 2020 as the brand continues U.S. market growth 
  • The program was developed with CALIBRE Systems, Inc. to support Department of Defense and Department of Veterans Affairs Veteran/military transition initiatives.

Audi of America is launching a new program aimed at attracting skilled former military technicians to Audi certified service department roles in dealerships across the country.


Hiring Our Heroes Meets Hiring Fair Goal

Hiring Our HeroesHiring Our Heroes Meets Goal of Hosting 400 Hiring Fairs Nationwide in Program’s Second Year

Achievement Honors Commitment as Part of White House’s Joining Forces Initiative; 502 Fairs Held Overall Since Launch in March 2011

WASHINGTON, D.C.—With four hiring fairs held today, the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation’s Hiring Our Heroes program honored its commitment as part of the White House’s Joining Forces initiative to host 400 fairs in the program’s second year.


Hiring Our Heroes and Toyota Launch Online Resume Tool for Veterans

U.S. Chamber of CommercePersonal Branding Resume Engine Captures Entirety of Military Service and Produces a Resume Using Civilian Terms

NEW YORK, NY — The U.S. Chamber of Commerce’s Hiring Our Heroes program, Toyota, and Medal of Honor recipient Sgt. Dakota Meyer today introduced the Personal Branding Resume Engine, a first-of-its-kind online tool that captures the entirety of a veteran or transitioning servicemember’s military service and produces a resume in civilian terms. Sgt. Meyer made the announcement at the Chamber’s Hiring Our Heroes job fair today in front of hundreds of job-seeking veterans at the 69th Regiment National Guard Armory in New York City.


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