Tagged: Service Disabled Veterans

Heroic Veterans and Their Service Dogs Graduate on Friday April,12 2013

Please join us for the graduation ceremony of our HEROIC VETERANS AND THEIR SERVICE DOGS I would like to personally invite you to join with us this Friday, April 12, 7pm at The Vine Church in Carbondale, Illinois to support our Veterans as they are officially paired with their Service Dogs. After months of work training the dogs and weeks of working… Read more

AT&T Seeks Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Businesses (SDVOSB) Suppliers

Connecting For Success (use referral code 175) AT&T Global Supplier Diversity is committed to building relationships with certified Service Disabled Veteran-owned Businesses and wants to hear from you! AT&T is looking for DVBE suppliers that can provide services and products in a large selection of categories: Wireless Construction, Engineering & Installation General Contracting Services Building Maintenance and Facilities Management Network… Read more

Jobs Program for Wounded Warriors May Become New Federal Model

The National Organization on Disability is calling on the Defense Department and other agencies to take note and adopt its approach to helping severely wounded warriors get back to work. Tracking records indicate 70 percent of its seriously wounded warrior participants are experiencing employment and educational success due to its four-year Wounded Warrior Career Program–and this has federal officials paying attention.  Based… Read more

Military Women Owned VOBs and SDVOSBs Wanted for Video Project

Veteran Owned Business teams with The Story Exchange to help Women Owned Businesses Tell Their Story The Story Exchange has partnered with Veteran Owned Business (.com) in the “Tell Your Story” campaign, designed to collect 1,000 stories of Women Small Business Owners to help inspire potential women entrepreneurs and generate additional exposure for existing Women Owned Businesses. The Story Exchange… Read more

Attn SDVOSBs: Winter 2012 Issue of VetLikeMe Newsletter is now available

Attention Service Disabled Veteran Owned Businesses: The Fall/Winter 2012 VetLikeMe SDVOSB Newsletter (Volume 3, No. 4) is now available for viewing.  In this issue: VA’s Non-Compliance Under Increased Scrutiny Aldevra and Kingdomware continue to protest VA solicitations where SDVOSBs are not considered first in contracting priority. There have been 23 sustained GAO decisions to date. This means GAO agrees with… Read more

Veterans Administration Trademarks "GI Bill"

Veterans Administration Trademarks “GI Bill” to Halt Deceptive Advertisements Deceptive advertising has led many veterans astray when slick online marketing campaigns go after veterans educational benefits for schools and training programs which either do not exist or don’t live up to the standards or accreditation criteria necessary to meet the true GI Bill requirements. In an effort to protect veterans from… Read more

Veterans Retraining Program (VRAP) Helps Nearly 100K Enhance Job Skills

Veterans Retraining Program Helps Vets Enhance High-Demand Job Skills The first phase of a new Veterans Retraining Program (VRAP) will help 45,000 veterans enhance their employability through the development of new or improved job skills. Although slots for the first phase of the program are now filled, the Department of Veterans Affairs is currently in the process of reviewing additional… Read more