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Veterans seek a sense of purpose

November is Veterans and Military Families Month. And all this month, WorkingNation is taking a look at issues veterans face when looking for work...

Wesley Meno on participating in America’s Warrior Partnership Symposium

Wesley Meno is a Career Coach at Goodwill Industries of Upstate/Midlands South Carolina with their Operation: GoodJobs initiative. He explains why it's so important...

Kate Migliaro on helping veterans transition to the workforce

How can the America's Warrior Partnership Symposium impact a veteran's life? Kate Migliaro, Director of Diversity and Veterans Initiative at Apollo Global Management shares...

Clint Bruce on veterans transitioning to the workforce

Former Navy Seal Clint Bruce is one of the most decorated Navy Athletes in the Academy’s history. Clint is founder and president of Trident...

Bill Beverley-Blanco on re-entering the workforce as a veteran

Bill Beverley-Blanco, a retired U.S. Army Lieutenant Colonel, is a Certified Peers Support Specialist at Atlanta VA Health Care System and a volunteer host...

Empowering military veterans by tackling workforce challenges

For the hundreds of veteran-serving professionals who gathered for the Warrior Community Integration Symposium in Atlanta this September, the ultimate goal is to help...

Maurice Wilson on the type of jobs veterans desire

Maurice Wilson is the President/National Executive Director of National Veterans Transition Services (NVTS), Inc. aka REBOOT. Here, Maurice shares a surprising stat about the...

Jason Wright on creating a welcoming work environment for veterans

He's an Army Vet who now helps more than 200 companies hire, retain and develop veteran employees. Check out the video and get advice...

Seda Goff on female veteran entrepreneurship

In the last 6–10 years, female veteran entrepreneurship grew closer to 295 percent. Yet in that same amount of time, only 2 percent of...

Steve Cole on underemployment of veterans

Steve Cole is a retired U.S. Army Lieutenant Colonel and Vice President of Advancement at Veterans Bridge Home. Here, Steve recounts his experience of...