Women Veterans Interactive receives $50,000 from the Starbucks Foundation

Starbucks joins Points of Light to provide select Starbucks store partners (employees) the opportunity to serve with a local nonprofit in their communities $1.3 million awarded this year in Opportunity for All grants from The Starbucks Foundation to support programs serving opportunity youth, refugees and veterans and military families across the U.S. Read Full Press

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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.

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

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

WASHINGTON, DC (PRWEB) MAY 11, 2016 The Disabled Veterans National Foundation (DVNF) (http://www.dvnf.org), 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

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

Posted in Departmental News, Featured By Connects Contributor On April 11, 2016 Disclaimer: The views and opinions expressed in this blog are those of the author(s) and may not reflect the official policy or position of Excelsior College. Excelsior makes no claim regarding the suitability of the content for all audiences. Diana Campa, military admissions

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

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE CONTACT: Yves-Marie Daley 1-800-well-said ydaley@banksdaley.com 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

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

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

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

Fort 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

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WVI Talks Women Veteran’s Issues on Fox 5

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.

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Getting Know Ginger Miller On BET’s Centric

Founder and President of Women Veterans Interactive, Ginger Miller, shares her inspiring story of both her trials and triumphs as she transitions from active duty soldier to homeless veteran and finally to her “next chapter” calling as a champion for women veterans.

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