Want to give back to fellow vets?
Posted by Jason Hansman on December 3
As the holidays near, want to help vets better transition from combat to civilian life? Then we have an opportunity for you.
IAVA has partnered with Vets Prevail to test a new online program to help vets adjust to civilian life and cope with the stresses of separating from the military‚ something we all know isn't easy. I wish I had a program like this when I got back in 2005!
It's quick, easy and only takes a couple minutes a day, and you'll be helping out the other 2.5 million vets of Iraq and Afghanistan. Click here to sign up.
This one-of-a-kind online program is designed to help veterans work through any stage of their transition home, from their first day back to 5 years later. But we need to make sure it works, and that's where you come in. Your feedback and experiences will be critical for when this is rolled out on wider level.
As an added bonus, you'll be paid $150 for participating. Not a bad deal! Click here to learn more about the pilot program and sign up now.
This is just another way IAVA is bringing the latest technology to our community to improve the lives of vets and their families. We've got your back!
In just the last year, IAVA has connected hundreds of veterans with employers through innovative career fairs, helped over 10,000 veterans go to college on the New GI Bill, and provided mental health support to over 50,000 veterans—all at no cost to Member Veterans. Programs like these are only made possible through your generous support. Fight for those who fought for us and help us keep these resources and benefits completely free for new veterans and their families. DONATE >>
Not an IAVA member yet? What are you waiting for?! IAVA Member Veterans get access to exclusive career fairs, events and tickets. Join up today--membership is free and all you have to do is submit proof of OIF/OND/OEF status.
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