Motorcycle Relief Project (MRP) is a 501c3 tax-exempt nonprofit organization that provides relief to veterans with PTSD and other injuries by taking them on multi-day motorcycle adventure tours. Our mission is to honor and encourage veterans while providing them with opportunities to decompress, get unstuck, and connect with other veterans.
Contact: Tom@motorelief.org 303-909-5033 motorelief.org
The state, the VLB connects Veterans, military members and their spouses to valuable federal, state and county benefits through a partnership with the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) and the Texas Veterans Commission.
May 6, 2017 – San Antonio
10:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.
Audie L. Murphy Memorial VA Hospital
7400 Merton Minton Street
San Antonio, TX 78229
Looking for assistance as you transition out of the Service? Check out the Career Skills Program. CSP links transitioning Service Members with apprenticeship and internship programs in the civilian workforce during final 180 days on active duty.
JBSA Career Skills Program Office 210-221-1340
The NWBA is assisting the University of Florida with the promotion of the nationally renowned Veteran Entrepreneurship Program. Below is some general information about this exciting opportunity and attached is a more detailed brochure. If selected for this program all expenses related to participating in this one-of-a-kind program are covered, making this program completely FREE.
For more information contact: Lisa Arango at Lisa.Arango@warrington.ufl.edu
VEP serves veterans who meet the following three requirements:
Have separated from active duty service (or are in the process of separating) with an honorable discharge
Are identified as disabled by the Veteran’s Administration or DOD based on a “service-connected” disability (or) Are “service distinguished” based on exemplary military conduct
Demonstrate an intense motivation to start or grow a business.
For those in Texas check out this site
while this site shows an example of the Programs efforts in San Antonio in 2016
Come on out to WURSTFEST in New Braunfels on November 8th, 2016 at 7 PM (1900)
For more information click HERE
Welcome to the Dog Tag. In this pilot episode, subject matter experts from the Texas Veterans Land Board (VLB) and the Texas Veterans Commission (TVC) come together for a round table discussion about your first year out of the military. Transitioning out of the military can be a bumpy ride, but the more information you have about all the benefits, resources and programs available to you as a Veteran, the smoother it will be.
The Dog Tag® is brought to you by the Texas Veterans Land Board and the Texas Veterans Commission. Find more episodes at www.texasveteransblog.com/dogtag. If you have questions about this topic, or suggestions for other podcast topics, call 1-800-252-VETS or email email@example.com. Visit TexasVeterans.com to find out more about your benefits!
The below Podcast are from the Texas Veteran’s series for soldiers and veterans who may be transitioning or searching for civilian jobs.
A podcast for seeking out a civilian career is HERE
Find out more about “A Soldier for Life” HERE
Discussions about hiring and jobs HERE
The Women Veterans Program at the Texas Veterans Commission HERE
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Here is a listing of special events and a weekly schedule of programs for Active Duty and Veteran Service Members who have special requirements. Check this out HERE
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The IVMF leverages higher education to design, develop and deliver world-class educational programs for veterans, their families and community stakeholders. The institute’s educational programs are designed to provide veterans and their families with the skills needed to be successful in education, work and life.
Check out the IVMF
Caregivers Support Group
Purpose: To provide an opportunity for caregivers to come together and build peer support networks, share experiences and information while having a safe place to talk.
See this flyer for locations and times.