This is a public listing of submitted events & resources, maintained as a nonprofit project of NYC Veterans Alliance.
Attend the Veteran-to-Veteran Cafe on January 22, 2:30pm. Enjoy a gathering with battle buddies with food, stories, and camaraderie.
Call to RSVP.
The NJ State Veterans Chamber of Commerce with support from the NY Federal Reserve Bank and the FDIC, will conduct an Access to Capital Event and a meet the lenders reception on January 22, 5:30-9pm, to allow veterans to learn from and interact with lenders and other groups to help finance your business.
Find out how to raise money for your business entity through traditional and non-traditional means.
Every day, government agencies and large corporations spend billions on goods and services from small businesses. The Rutgers Newark SBDC wants to ensure that businesses owned by minorities, veterans and women are at the forefront of success. This workshop on January 23, 9am-4pm, will help you to position your businesses so that you can compete for business opportunities with the City, State and Private Sector companies.
This workshop will educate prospective New Jersey applicants on how to submit a successful Registration or Certification Application (WBE/MBE/SBE/VOB) with the state of New Jersey. The training will provide helpful tips and information to complete a winning application.
Attend the Fireside Chat with General Arnold W. Bunch Jr., Commander, Air Force Materiel Command on January 24, 9-10:15am, hosted by Veterans on Wall Street (VOWS) and Scotiabank (The Bank of Nova Scotia). General Bunch Jr. is responsible for installation and mission support, discovery and development, test and evaluation, life cycle management services and sustainment of virtually every major Air Force weapon system. The command employs approximately 80,000 people and manages $60 billion of budget authority annually.
Discussion Topics include Combat preparedness and Air Force modernization; Air Force procurement and AFWERKS; Leadership and diversity; Air Force transition programs and corporate partnerships.
The United States Census presents a 2020 Employment Application Session on January 24, 11:30am-2pm. Pay Rates: $25-$27.50 Per Hour. Attend the session or apply online here: www.2020census.gov/jobs
Learn about Intrepid’s contributions to space travel through multi-sensory exploration and discover how our adventures into space have helped us to learn more about our solar system and beyond. Families will visit the Space Shuttle Pavilion and explore deep space in the Museum’s pop-up planetarium.
1–2:00pm Guided tour of the museum
2–3:00pm Family activities
Created for current and former military service members and their families, these two-hour programs include a hands-on tour of the Museum, experiments and design challenges intended to engage the whole family. Join us before the program for refreshments and casual conversation.
Register online or by contacting Brigid Tuschen.
You've got New Year's Resolutions for 2020--and NYC Veterans Alliance wants you to meet the people who can help you achieve them!
We're proud for NBCUniversal's Veterans Network to be the presenting sponsor for our second annual "New Year, New You" Resource Networking for Veterans and Families. This will be an energetic, fun, and interactive event focused on your goals! Inspired by "speed networking," participants will be guided through interactive exercises and timed five-minute sessions with resource providers offering you direct support with goals like:
Get Physically Fit
Get Financially Fit
Get a Better Job
Feel Better About My Future
Maximize My VA Benefits
Reduce or Quit Smoking
Help My Community
Start a Business
Buy a Home
And many more! Plus enjoy food & refreshments and swag provided by our generous sponsors. Participants will also have the opportunity, if desired, to enroll in VetConnectNYC, the city's network of multi-dimensional services for the veterans community.
Space is limited and registration is required. This event is free and open to military servicemembers of any component, veterans of any service era or discharge status, their spouses & partners, and immediate family members.
Arrival Note: Please allow 15 minutes for check-in on the ground floor and proceeding to the 11th Floor by elevator. All participants must be pre-registered and show government-issued ID.
Questions about attending as a Resource Provider? Space is limited, but we welcome inquiries to firstname.lastname@example.org.
NBCUniversal is wheelchair accessible. To request an accommodation or language interpretation, please email email@example.com before Wednesday, January 22nd.
Attend a special evening celebrating the 75th anniversary of the Liberation of Pilsen and western Czechoslovakia by the U.S. Army on January 29. The exhibition opens at 6:30pm in the gallery and the Pilsner Jazz Band follows at 8pm in the ballroom.
Dignitaries and artists from western Czech Republic coming to New York to pay homage to U.S. troops for liberating Pilsen and to invite audiences to the Liberation Festival in Pilsen in May 2020.
Secretary David Shulkin, the ninth Secretary of the US Department of Veterans Affairs, will share insights on January 30, 3:45-5:30pm, about his service to two very different Presidents and the current state of public service as he discusses his best selling book, It Shouldn’t Be This Hard To Serve Your Country.American veterans face a number of challenges in the country today - from chronic homelessness to mental health issues and PTSD to a chaotic and understaffed VA. While technology has evolved to keep up with the needs of the United States military, the same change and care for veterans are often regarded as lagging behind.
Dr. David Shulkin, who served as the United States Secretary for Veteran’s Affairs in the Trump Administration from February 2017 until March 2018, and before that as Under Secretary of Veterans Affairs for Health in the Obama Administration, joins Rutgers for a candid discussion about the policy and politics of veterans’ affairs.Register here.
Every January, the Department of Finance mails each property owner in New York City a Notice of Property Value (NOPV). NOPVs give you information about your property, including its assessed value, market value, exemptions, and property description. It is not a tax bill and does not require a payment.
During a Notice of Property Value Session, receive one-on-one assistance regarding your property taxes with the New York City Department of Finance and the Tax Commission on February 4, 10am-12pm. Understand your NOPV. Inquire about your market and assessed values. Change your property’s description. Save money on your property taxes by applying for exemptions.
March 15 is the deadline to apply for exemptions. The City of New York offers tax exemptions and abatements for seniors, veterans, clergy members, people with disabilities, and other homeowners. These benefits can lower your property tax bill.