The Women Veterans Transition Space partners with Starbucks for their Military Mondays Initiative!

By March 23, 2016News

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 “WVTS Mobile is excited about this partnership that will afford us the opportunity to support women veterans at the grassroots level in their local communities. We commend Starbucks for their dedication to the military community and we are honored to be a part of their Military Mondays initiative,” said Founder and President of Women Veterans Interactive, Ginger Miller.

The Women Veterans Transition Space is thrilled to announce our partnership with Starbucks under our Women Veterans Transition Space Mobile program. “WVTS Mobile is excited about this partnership that will afford us the opportunity to support women veterans at the grassroots level in their local communities. We commend Starbucks for their dedication to the military community and we are honored to be a part of their Military Mondays initiative,” said Founder and President of Women Veterans Interactive, Ginger Miller.

Women veterans are a unique addition to any growth environment as they not only satisfy diversity recruitment goals, but arrive with phenomenal leadership skills. Women veterans are seasoned team players and have a wealth of proven technical, social and personal balance skills. WVTS-Mobile! is dedicated to leveraging and connecting these skills to meet the employment needs of women veterans and the needs of the civilian workforce.

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WVTS-Mobile! events are designed to connect women veterans to a network of career development and employment opportunities driven by industry executives and community partners. WVTS-Mobile! events are excellent networking opportunities and foster an atmosphere that offers industry executives opportunities interact with women veterans and learn firsthand about some of the employment struggles women veterans have when transitioning out of the military.

Our first event in partnership with Starbucks will be held on April 25, 2016 from 5 p.m. until 8 p.m. at 7511 Richmond Highway in Alexandria, Virginia.

Attendees will:

  • Gain exposure to employment resources and opportunities
  • Get one on one advice on translating their military skills into civilian terms
  • Get valuable insight on confidence building, self-marketing and interview preparation
  • Gain unique access to local and national industry experts

If you are a woman transitioning out of the military or a woman veteran who is unemployed, please join us for this awesome event and have a cup of coffee on Starbucks!

Please RSVP to militarymondays@womenvetstransitionspace.org to register and for more information.

The Women Veterans Transition Space is dedicated to “Transitioning Women from Service to Success”

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