Today we held a Military/Veteran Resource Navigator training in Tucson. Welcome to the “United Eagles” and thank you to the Southern Arizona Red Cross for hosting. Interested in attending a navigator training? See upcoming trainings on our event calendar.
Arizona Culinary Institute, an Arizona Veteran Supportive Campus and Arizona Veteran Supportive Employer, is featured in a story from Sgt. Crystal Reidy of the Arizona National Guard Public Affairs Office: https://www.dvidshub.net/news/186075/school-supports-soldier#.VqOTP_krKM9
Today we held a Military/Veteran Resource Navigator training for Arizona Culinary Institute. ACI is an Arizona Veteran Supportive Campus and an Arizona Veteran Supportive Employer. Welcome to the “Egganators!”
The Arizona Coalition for Military Families, Arizona Department of Veterans’ Services, Community Foundation for Southern Arizona and the University of Arizona hosted the 2nd Annual Military/Veteran Community Summit in Tucson on December 2. The event included a leadership panel, networking time and a keynote address by Congresswoman Martha McSally.
The City of Tempe (a Military/Veteran Resource Network partner organization) hosted a Military/Veteran Resource Navigator training for their employees and community members.
The Arizona Coalition for Military Families and the Arizona Department of Veterans’ Services hosted an event to recognize the first cohort of Arizona Veteran Supportive Employers. Secretary of State Michele Reagan was also on hand to present the Governor’s Proclamation declaring November Veteran Employment Month. View a list of all of the Arizona Veteran Supportive …
The Arizona Coalition for Military Families is currently recruiting for a Program Coordinator for the southern Arizona region, based out of Tucson. Position posting – Southern Arizona Program Coordinator Resumes and letter of interest will be accepted until Friday, October 9, 2015 at email@example.com.
The Coalition partnered with the Arizona Department of Veterans’ Services to provide Military/Veteran Resource Navigator training to all of their Veterans Benefits Counselors (VBC). The training, which included VBCs from around the state, took place in Prescott. The newly trained VBCs join over 1000 Arizonans who have trained to become navigators.
The Arizona Coalition for Military Families was invited to participate in a two-day strategic planning event in Washington, D.C., this week. Hosted by the Purdue University Military Family Research Institute, the purpose of the convening was to create a “battle plan” for how best to support service members, veterans and their families during future military …