If you’ve been following our Twitter or Instagram accounts, you’ve been seeing some stories and images from Student Veterans of America’s National Conference. It’s a place where thousands of student Veterans and their supporters convene to make the experience of achieving higher education more fulfilling for Veterans. During the conference I had the opportunity to sit down with SVA’s President Jared Lyon.

Jared was on the show about a year ago where we went through the routine questions and talked about the Veteran experience on campus.

This go-around, we talked about recent metrics showing Veterans’ success in higher education, how SVA chapters can keep the momentum going after the conference, and how people can support their local student Veterans.

The #VApodcast is now available in iTunes, Stitcher Radio, Google Play, and Spotify. Search “Borne the Battle” in your podcast app of choice to subscribe.

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Published on Jan. 7, 2018

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  1. Terry Swords January 12, 2018 at 10:03 am

    Maybe you should honor veterans that can’t get their claim 3 because they have to be down here in Pensacola Florida at a certain motherf****** time because somebody don’t want to show it to f****** work to file a claim or check up on your s*** and they only see for veterans a day to ride a f****** claim yeah I’m pretty pissed the f*** off cuz none of this s*** works like it’s supposed to this is going on 2011 for me and s*** still don’t f****** work right you guys always honor this veteran that’s the role model the poster-child of you guys get down in the trenches with everybody else and see what really goes on at a VA Health Clinic you sit there for hours and can’t get nothing done at all it’s just an imminent Loop of b******* I want to basically comes down to is somebody high gets more money than any veteran needs

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