Monthly Archives: February 2014

George W. Bush to Help Veterans Transition from War to Civilian Life

  Former U.S. President George W. Bush, who led the United States into war in Afghanistan in 2001 and Iraq in 2003, promoted a new …
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JPMorgan Chase Gives a $122,000 Grant to UTA to Fund Education Programs for U.S. Military Veterans

During a press conference on February 18, Maureen Casey, JPMorgan Chase’s director of Military and Veterans Affairs, handed over a $122,000 check to President Vistasp …
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Programs Try to End Food Poverty in Nicaragua

A volunteer project, ‘Eat United Nicaragua’ and a government-run program, “Programa Nacional de Alimentación Escolar” (National School meal program), are finding ways to end food …
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Construction Companies to Hire Veterans

Last Monday, First lady Michelle Obama and Labor Secretary Thomas Perez announced a pledge that more than 100 construction companies made a commitment to hire …
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Military Olympians

The Sochi 2014 Olympics are here and Team USA is bringing it. We’ve sent the largest athletic delegation ever — 230 Olympians altogether — and …
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Course offered to help veterans adjust back to civilian life

Most veterans coming back from war are having a tough time getting back into civilian life. For Brittany Becker: Her life wasn’t moving in the …
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