Veterans Enterprise

Find us on Facebook  Find us on LinkedIn Follow us on Twitter Subscribe to our Newsletter Add our RSS

Font Size

Change Font Size

Articles

TuesdayJune 27, 2017

New Homeless Veteran Reintegration Program Grants

U.S. Department of LaborGrants available from US Labor Department to provide job training, employment services for 2,600 homeless veterans

Groups nationwide invited to compete for up to $5 million in funds

WASHINGTON – The U.S. Department of Labor today announced the availability of up to $5 million to fund 16 or more Homeless Veterans Reintegration Program grants. Approximately 2,600 veterans will receive job training and related services to help them succeed in civilian careers.

Read more...

VRAP Makes Headway

Veterans Retraining Assistance Program (VRAP)The Veterans Retraining Assistance Program (VRAP) program has garnered more applicants (over 97K), COE's (about 80K) and enrolled (over 30K).  There is still much to do to encourage those who have a COE to use their VRAP benefit before it expires in March 2014.

Read more...

Wal-Mart Plans to Hire Any Veteran Who Wants a Job

Vets at WalmartWal-Mart, the nation’s largest retailer, will announce Tuesday a plan to hire every veteran who wants a job, provided that the veterans have left the military in the previous year and did not receive a dishonorable discharge.

Read more...

VA Guarantees 20 Millionth Home Loan

VA Home Loan CentersVA’s Home Loan Program Continues to Lead Mortgage Industry

WASHINGTON – Today the Department of Veterans Affairs announced it has guaranteed 20 million home loans since its home loan program was established in 1944 as part of the original GI Bill of Rights for returning World War II Veterans. The 20 millionth loan was guaranteed for a home in Woodbridge, Va., purchased by the surviving spouse of an Iraq War Veteran who passed away in 2010.  

Read more...

Fighting for Air: Veterans Face Higher Risk for Developing Lung Diseases

COPD FoundationAmerica’s men and women who serve or have served in the military often face different health issues than their American civilians. During wartime, troops’ main health concerns are life-threatening injuries, or possible disability-related wounds from shrapnel, lost limbs, or head injuries. In addition, there are potential hazards from exposure to environmental factors such as contaminated water, chemical contact, and infections or sickness.

Read more...

Submissions Welcome

Submit an article to our online magazine and website.

 

Add your event to our Job Fair Calendar

 

Upload a job posting to our Career Search Engine

Get Included in Inclusion

The companies and organizations seen here are specifically hiring people with your talents, background, and skills.

 

Check out our job postings and list of participating employers to find your perfect career today.

Our Diversity Family

Connect With Us

Find us on Facebook  Follow us on Twitter  Find us on LinkedIn

Subscribe to our Newsletter  Add our RSS

Proudly Connected

ZipRecruiter
VetCentral - Part of the US.jobs Family

EqualityMagazines.com

BECOME A DIVERSITY PARTNER

 

If you'd like to advertise with the Veterans Enterprise, and to learn more about the benefits of veteran recruiting, visit EqualityMagazines.com