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NAMVETS of America Partners with Amazon
Damon Dorsey
Published on: 1/29/2021
NAMVETS of America has partnered with Amazon to connect veterans of color to jobs at Amazon. Amazon, one of the largest companies in America, is committed to hiring veterans and to diversity. Our partnership will involve reaching out to veterans of color to participate in job fairs, information sessions and webinars. Amazon has thousands of job openings across America, and the world.
NAMVETS of America partners with VETConnects
Shawn Carrington
Published on: 1/13/2021
NAMVETS is proud to announce that it has established a partnership with VETConnects, America's leading resource for connecting veterans of color to jobs in many of America's best companies. VETConnects organizes job fairs in 45 markets across America, manages a leading job board for veterans and connects employers to veterans.
NAMVETS of America partners with UCLA Law School to Address Veterans Issues
Damon Dorsey
Published on: 11/19/2020
NAMVETS of America partners with UCLA Law School to address the incidents of VA Police racial profiling on VA properties. There have been reports of veterans of color being profiled at VA facilities and NAMVETS and UCLA is asking the VA for more data on VA Police activity.
NAMVETS Partners with the American Barber Assn
William Sims
Published on: 10/15/2020
NAMVETS has recently partnered with the American Barber Association to support veterans in becoming barbers and to support veteran owned barbershops. One of our first priorities is to ensure that states streamline there processes to allow veterans to gain a barber license and to use their license inter-state.
Veteran appointed Judge in Milwaukee County
Published on: 10/29/2019
Milton Childs, a supervisor in the State of Wisconsin Public Defendor's Office, has been appointed to the circuit court bench in Milwaukee County. Governor Tony Evers' office announced Child's selection Tuesday. Childs, 55, was born and raised in Milwaukee and taught math for 12 years after graduating from Xavier University. He also served eight years in the US Marine Corps Reserves, departing with the rank of sergeant.
NAMVETS Participates in the Congressional Black Caucus Veterans Brain Trust Conference
Published on: 10/29/2019
NAMVETS of America, as part of its, Capitol Hill Day activities, participated in the Congressional Black Caucus Veterans Brain Trust Conference. National Commander David Graves Jr. says, "the CBCVBT Conference is a good place to learn what others are doing to impact the lives of veterans and to establish more partnerships as we pursue our mission." NAMVETS of America is already planning the process of planning for the 2020 Conference.