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Greetings members of the Washington Military Transition Council and Communities of Practice: Following is the link to the May 13th invitation (Eventbrite) to Governor Inslee’s signing ceremony of executive order 19-01, VETERAN AND MILITARY FAMILY TRANSITION AND READINESS SUPPORT at the washington state capitol.
Although governors and state legislatures have demonstrated a strong commitment to easing transitions into employment for veterans and military spouses, many states still struggle with occupational licensing regulations that do not account for a veteran’s skills, training, education and experience.
OLYMPIA – Sen. Steve Conway (D-South Tacoma) has welcomed Gov. Jay Inslee’s signature on an executive order to help military spouses and veterans in Washington find employment and training opportunities as they transition to civilian life. "Our military spouses and veterans make a lot of sacrifices to serve our country," said Conway, who was present yesterday as Inslee signed the order.
Veterans invited to health expo on May 18 CLARION To help ensure veterans and active-duty military members, along with their families, are aware of the vast array of services and benefits available to them, state Rep. Donna Oberlander (R-63) will host the second annual Veterans Expo from 3 to 6 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 26, at Trinity Point.
PDF Veterans' Licensing and certification demonstration – dol.gov – deployments at home and abroad, states have launched and expanded programs to help veterans transition to civilian life. Thirty-nine states issued executive orders or passed legislation to assist veterans in transferring skills gained in military service to civilian employment between 2013 and 2015 (See Appendix I and II).
Veterans find order helps spouses, Governor' training work. – Governor’s executive order helps military spouses, veterans find work, training Jeff Chew OLYMPIA – Gov. Jay Inslee signed an executive order Monday that builds upon the state’s efforts to support military spouses and veterans with employment and training opportunities when families statewide transition to civilian life.
Joining Forces has also targeted the wellness of military families and veterans, and encouraged states to make transferring professional credentials held by military spouses easier across. their.
OLYMPIA – Gov. Jay Inslee signed an executive order Monday that builds upon the state’s efforts to support military spouses and veterans with employment and training opportunities when families statewide transition to civilian life.
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According to North Carolina Governor McCrory. The NC Military Pipeline will help veterans, transitioning service members, military spouses, reservists, and national guardsmen find jobs through: Job.
U.S. may deploy more weapons to the Middle East Earlier this month, the U.S. deployed a patriot missile system and the amphibious assault ship uss Arlington to the region, and National Security Advisor John Bolton announced on May 5 the deployment of the USS abraham lincoln carrier strike group and bombers to the Persian Gulf, although the group was already set for patrol in the Middle East.
Inslee signs executive order to help military spouses and. – May 13- Washington state Gov. Jay Inslee signed an executive order Monday designed to help military spouses and veterans find jobs and training more easily. The order builds on the state’s.