• Student volunteer earns multiple scholarships

    Tiffany Pham spent summers at VA as a student volunteer. “Such a great experience to have the opportunity to work in a professional environment.” She’s off to college with a $100,000 scholarship.

  • VA is America’s largest employer of audiologists

    Good hearing and speech are so important for Veterans and service members. VA is the largest employer of audiologists and speech-language pathologists in the United States. Here’s what they do.

  • VA creates innovative solutions with the National Association of Veteran-Serving Organizations (NAVSO)

    VA is partnering with the National Association of Veteran Serving Organizations (NAVSO) to amplify communications about programs and services for Veterans.

  • VA and GI Bill Schools Work to Improve Communication

    Veterans are uncertain about how their education will be affected with legislative changes to the GI Bill. Communication between schools and VA is critical.

  • The View From Here: Three Projects Designed For You

    Introducing the Fast Track paperless claims processing system, the Veterans Benefits Management System, and the Virtual Call Center.

  • The Way We See It

    The Department of Veterans Affairs is using Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, and theVAntage Point blog to ensure effective communication with Veterans.

  • Send It, Over

    Welcome to the Department of Veterans Affairs’ new blog, VAntage Point, a place for engagement.

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