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My name is Jessica and I am a Navy veteran with 5 years of service. From the time I left the service, I was dumbfounded on what to do & how to start.

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WVTS made me very comfortable with the transition and I couldn’t have done my first steps without knowing this program! I would highly recommend this program to ALL women in transition from military to civilian workforce!

On April 23, 2017 the Women Veterans Transition Space held its 1st Coffee Conversations and Careers. The event was a huge success! Attendees stepped into an atmosphere known as “Military Mondays powered by Starbucks,” and were intrigued and attentive from start to finish!  Attendees gained exposure to employment resources and opportunities, had one-on-one advice on translating their military skills into civilian terms, gained valuable insight on confidence building, personal branding, and received interview preparation insight, while enjoying access to local and national industry experts.

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Disabled Veterans National Foundation Approves 32 Organizations to Receive $325,000 in Grant Funding

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The Disabled Veterans National Foundation (DVNF) (, is announcing that it has approved 32 new organizations to receive $325,000 in grant funding through it’s Capacity Building Grants program.

These organizations were selected for grant funding based off of a number of specific criteria established by DVNF. Grant funding is intended to go to like-minded organizations, whose programs aim to support the mental and/or physical health and wellbeing of veterans.

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CME Attends Transitioning Women from Service to Success First Annual Capital Summit

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Diana Campa, military admissions counselor, recently attended an event promoted by veteran partner, Women Veterans Interactive (WVI).  Campa spoke with dozens of women veterans about the veteran education partnership and Excelsior College’s maximum acceptance of military credit toward degrees.

The Women Veterans Transition Space’s 1st Annual Capitol Hill Summit, ”Transitioning Women From Service To Success,” was presented by AMVETS in March in Washington, D.C.  Many service organizations joined forces for this workforce development & employment event held for woman veterans.

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AMVETS partners with the Women Veterans Transition Space on Capitol Hill!

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Women Veterans Transition Space 1st Annual Capitol Hill Summit

WASHINGTON, DC — On March 29, 2016 in honor of Women’s History Month, the First Women Veterans Transition Space Mobile (WVTS) Summit and Breakfast will take place 8:30 to 11:30 a.m. at the Rayburn House Office Building on Capitol Hill, presented by AMVETS.

This Women Veterans Transition Space (WVTS) event is designed to bring together corporations, government agencies, policymakers and experts to discuss best practices in supporting and hiring women veterans as they transition from the military into the civilian workforce.

“We are thrilled to have AMVETS as the Presenting Sponsor for such a noteworthy event and what better place than the Nation’s Capital for such a collaboration.” said Ginger Miller, President of Women Veterans Interactive (WVI). “At a time when support for women veterans is not anywhere where it should be, I commend AMVETS for stepping up the plate. We look forward to partnering with AMVETS to support the women who have proudly, bravely and unselfishly served our country.”

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

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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.

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My Take on Wounded Warrior Project and Donald Trump’s Veteran Fundraiser

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We are not heroes for serving and supporting veterans – rather, the veterans that we serve and support are the REAL heroes.

AAEAAQAAAAAAAARMAAAAJDMyNDQ3MDg1LWIxYTYtNGJiNi1hZGFiLWZhZDZmY2Y1Njk4ZQ (1)Serving veterans has become fashionable and lucrative. Serving veterans has become a network of who’s who and who’s not who. Supporting veterans has become a cat fight. If you are not a part of the elite group of nonprofits, then you cannot join in on the fun nor can you join the team. Since when did serving and supporting veterans become fun, become a sport?

Better yet, why are so many veterans’ organizations overfunded and yet we still have SO many issues with our veterans who have sacrificed for this country?

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Senior leaders, guest speakers recognize CFC donors, organizers for generosity

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160210-D-HP966-925Fort Belvoir, Virginia — “Many hands make for lighter work.” 

Tony Poleo, Defense Logistics Agency’s director of finance, used these words (borrowed from English playwright John Heywood) to kick off the 2015 Combined Federal Campaign Awards Ceremony, Feb. 10 at the McNamara Headquarters Complex, where senior leaders and guest speakers gathered to thank DLA employees for their hard work and generosity — and pass the CFC torch for next year. Read More

WVI Talks Women Veteran’s Issues on Fox 5

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In this veteran’s day segment, Ginger Miller discusses issues facing women veterans such as homelessness, poverty and PTSD. Fox 5 also spotlights the 2015 Women Veterans Interactive Women Veterans and Women in the Military Veterans Day Extravaganza  held in National Harbor, MD.