• What women Veteran-owned business entrepreneurs need to know

    There are programs specifically geared toward positioning women Veteran-owned small businesses in level playing fields in the federal marketplace.

  • Bridge My Return: Veteran Voices in the Workplace

    Bridge My Return helps Veterans find meaningful employment and talk about how Veteran voices are crucial in the workplace.

  • The Veterans Canteen Service is turning 75

    VCS provides merchandise and services essential to the comfort and well-being of VA’s Veterans, their families, and those who provide for their care in VA facilities.

  • National Hispanic Heritage Month entrepreneurial spotlight: Moises Montanez

    This National Hispanic Heritage Month, we recognize Moises Montanez, a Puerto Rican Army Veteran who owns ALTA Quality Builders.

  • SAVE Trains Veterans and their families in agricultural skills in Manhattan, Kansas

    SAVE trains Veterans and/or their families in agricultural skills relevant to the agribusiness. The program provides instruction in crops, animals, farm maintenance (including welding, auto repair and construction) and pairs students up with mentoring farmers and ranchers.

  • Amazon is helping Veterans start their own delivery business

    Amazon has committed $5 million toward funding the startup costs for Veteran-owned Delivery Service Partners businesses to deliver Amazon packages.

  • 2020 HIRE Vets Medallion Award application now open

    The HIRE Vets Medallion Award Program isn’t just about hiring – it’s about Veteran careers. The 2020 HIRE Vets Medallion Award application period is open to employers from January 31 through April 30, 2020. The HIRE Vets Medallion Award recognizes employers who hire and retain Veterans

  • Patriot Boot Camp for Military Entrepreneurs is accepting applications

    Announcing the next Patriot Boot Camp presented by Techstars Lehi, Utah from August 23rd-25th, 2019. Patriot Boot Camp connects military, Veteran and milspouse tech entrepreneurs with mentors, education, and a peer network to support their entrepreneurial success.

  • Borne The Battle 140: Danny Chung – Marine Veteran, Chief of Staff, Microsoft Military Affairs

    There are over 500,000 open jobs in the computer industry. Danny’s goal is to fill the gap with the 250,000 service-members annually transitioning into the civilian workforce.

  • Borne The Battle 138: Sean Ricks – Navy Veteran, CEO of Ricks Roasters Coffee Company

    This week’s Borne the Battle episode features a Navy Veteran that is making waves in the coffee industry.

  • VA to host first women-owned small business industry day

    VA will host an industry day March 28 in Springfield, Virginia, aimed at attracting women-owned small businesses to learn more about initiating and conducting business with VA.

  • VA’s National Veterans Small Business Engagement event helps Veterans develop their business and grow their network

    Connections made during the engagement allow Veterans to connect with the right individuals to help them capitalize on opportunities for contract awards and subcontracting opportunities.

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