Our Partners


This training is made possible by community partners who helped advertise the training and provided building spaces to conduct safe, socially distant in-person sessions.

Camp Shield

Camp SHiEld’s Mission: Empowering women veterans - emotionally, socially and physically, to ensure SHE thrives After Military Service. Camp Shield is a division of After Military Service (AMS). AMS is a 501(c)3 organization that was founded in July of 2017. The mission of AMS is to support the personal and professional success of Veterans and their families, after military service. AMS increases resiliency, life satisfaction and empowers our nation’s military families. Camp Shield’s mission is collaborating to nurture the woman Veteran – emotionally, socially and physically, to ensure SHE thrives After Military Service.

City of Houston

Since its inception in 2007, the Mayor’s Office of Veterans & Military Affairs has steadfastly continued its mission to advocate on behalf of Active Duty, Guard/Reserves, Veterans and the larger Military-Affiliated Community (Spouse/Caregiver and dependent children) and to coordinate/facilitate access to resources through Federal, State and local initiatives and programs.


Combat Female Veterans Families (CFVF) United

Combat Female Veterans Families (CFVF) United seeks to engage the combat female Veterans of the United States military, as well as deployed combat females preparing for their returns home to the civilian world. With focus on education, support, and advocacy, CFVF United acts as a conduit between female military heroes and the vital resources they need to ensure long, healthy, and fulfilling lives after war. To learn more about our support groups and programs please visit our website at www.cfvfunited.com

Contact information:

1-919-637-7679

info@cfvfunited.com

WWW.CFVFUNITED.COM

5574-D Garden Village Way #3, Greensboro, NC 27410


Combined Arms

Combined Arms is a dynamic, ever-evolving collaborative impact organization that is using an innovative approach to technology and service delivery to disrupt the veteran transition experience. By providing comprehensive support to military members and their families as they transition to civilian life, we are accelerating veteran transition in order to deliver maximum impact on the communities they return to.

Combined Arms streamlines the connection between veterans and their families from all branches of the military with organizations that serve them. We’ve created a new veteran service model, focusing on collective impact—reinventing what it means to serve veterans by creating pathways for them to access resources based on exactly what they’ve asked for, leaving the outdated model of “services in silos” behind.

For more information, visit: https://www.combinedarms.us/collaboration/

The Dog Tag

Interested in learning about business, building a strong community, and rediscovering purpose for moving forward? The Dog Tag Fellowship Program is a 5-month fellowship program that combines equal parts classroom, bakery, community, and wellbeing. Dog Tag Fellows earn a certificate of business administration in our virtual classroom; bring their coursework to life by learning the ins and outs of running a successful business in the bakery; build community with each other; and enhance their wellbeing by committing time to introspection and personal growth.

The program is open to post-9/11 veterans with service-connected disabilities, military spouses, military caregivers, active service members in transition, and Guard and Reserve members. Fellows will receive a monthly stipend to help cover living costs as they complete the program. The program dates are Jul 12 - Nov 18, and the application deadline is March 15th. Apply here: dogtaginc.submittable.com/submit

Learn more about the program and register for upcoming recruitment events on their website: dogtaginc.org/fellowship

Georgia Department of Veterans Services

The Georgia Department of Veterans Service is an agency of state government created for the purpose of advising, counseling, and assisting Georgia’s veterans and their families in receiving their rightful benefits under the vast and complex framework of veterans’ laws.


No veterans’ benefits are granted automatically – you must apply for them! We exist to help you do exactly that. Service is in our name and service is our work. Providing quality and effective service to Georgia veterans and their dependents is and always will be our number one mission. In doing so, we pledge to stay current and adjust quickly and carefully to new laws, be diligent in their application, and continually improve our efficiency in service to veterans and their families.


Thank you for your personal sacrifice in military service to our country. We look forward to serving you.


New Hampshire Department of Military Affairs and Veterans Services

The mission of the State of New Hampshire Division of Veterans Services is to assist Veterans who are residents of New Hampshire or their dependents in securing all benefits or preferences to which they may be entitled under any state or federal laws or regulations.


North Carolina Department of Military and Veterans Affairs

To support the uniformed military, both active and reserve, and their families and installations and communities as well as military veterans, their families, facilities and services in North Carolina by providing timely and responsive engagement; to enhance North Carolina's current military and veteran friendly environment and foster and promote business, technology, transportation, education, economic development, and healthcare by facilitating assistance and coordination between the Federal Government, the State, its political subdivisions and collaborative and supporting agencies.

The Pink Berets

It is the mission, duty and purpose of The Pink Berets to address, educate, and provide aid and relief to women of the United States Armed Forces, both active duty and veterans, as well as first responders, who are seeking assistance with invisible injuries such as Post Traumatic Stress, Military Sexual Trauma and Traumatic Brain Injury on both a local and national level. Our goal and commitment is based solely upon helping women who have been afflicted with these devastating conditions to address their symptoms before they progress to depression, unemployment, homelessness and suicide.

For more information, visit: https://www.facebook.com/thepinkberets/

Washington State Department of Veterans Affairs

The Washington State Department of Veterans Affairs helps connect veterans and their family members to the benefits and services they earned through their military service. The Veterans Services and Counseling and Wellness Divisions provide claims assistance as well as counseling services for veterans and their family members. And our State Veterans Cemetery honors veterans in their final resting place. We invite you to explore our website, email us or call 1-800-562-2308 so that we can connect you and your family members to the benefits you’ve earned.

RISE Veterans

RISE Veterans mission is founded on the principles of representation, inclusion, solidarity, and equity in service to minority veterans whether that be community, advocacy, or healing.


Shift

Shift is a career advancement company for current and former members of the United States military. Through our free programs we connect the military community to the innovation economy -- our network of nimble, high-growth companies who are building the future across numerous sectors and industries. All programming is offered free to our participants.

Talent Spotlight is an opportunity to be featured to Shift’s hiring partner network as interview-ready, military-connected talent. Individuals seeking full-time roles or SkillBridge internships create a Shift profile and are featured “in the spotlight” for one month. Role categories currently include sales, customer success, operations management, project management, human resources, recruiting, software engineering, data science, and IT support.


Navigating Next is a cohort-based career discovery and preparation program for transitioning service members and veterans seeking to gain clarity in their career transitions. Participants engage in a structured process of self-exploration, ideation, reality-testing, research, networking, storytelling, and mock interviews in order to identify career paths of interest and build the skill set required to successfully compete for civilian employment.


Defense Ventures is an 8-week, cohort-based, industry immersion program for those serving in Active, Guard, Reserve, and DoD civilian roles. Fellows are matched with a leading venture capital firm or tech startup for the duration of their immersion experience focused on startups, entrepreneurship, creativity and innovation, DoD acquisitions and dual-use tech.


Virginia's Women Veterans Program (VWVP)

Virginia’s Women Veterans Program (VWVP) provides access to community resources to educate, unify, and empower Virginia’s women veterans, who have served in the military in all eras; by ensuring they receive timely yet appropriate transition and benefits support/employment and education outreach; health and community advocacy.


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