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Wednesday, June 26, 2019 at 06:00 PMAmerivet Securities in New York, NY
Attend Bunker Brews NYC's Vets On Deck series - The Path to IPO on June 26, 6-9pm. Enjoy libations and food, with conversation centered on how startups grow into public companies.
What is the process to taking a company public? What exactly is a roadshow? How does a company's survival strategy change with going public? Learn from industry experts!
Bunker Brews is a monthly meetup where the Bunker Labs community, including veterans, military spouses, and civilians, comes together to network with subject matter experts, investors, thought leaders, and more in an environment focused on growth and development.
Thursday, June 27, 2019 at 09:30 AMBergen New Bridge Medical Center in Paramus, NJ
Attend the PTSD Awareness Seminar on June 27, 9:30am-3:30pm. Please attend for a panel discussion featuring community experts and veterans to discuss this very important issue. A light breakfast and lunch will be served. Valet parking available.
Thursday, June 27, 2019 at 01:00 PMSAP Next-Gen in New York, NY
Join NYU Tandon Veterans Future Lab on June 27, 1-4:30pm, at the inaugural annual Veterans Future Lab Summit, the culmination of their year-long Apex incubator for early-stage business led by veterans — and an event dedicated to veteran entrepreneurship in New York City and beyond.
See how veteran founders are running game-changing startups, and how investors of all types fund veteran-led companies. Learn more about the innovations emerging from our first incubator program, and meet the extraordinary founders. And mingle with the thriving community that’s powering veteran entrepreneurship in New York.
See the schedule and RSVP here.
Thursday, June 27, 2019 at 07:00 PMStaaten in Staten Island, NY
Attend the 13th Annual Wounded Warrior Project Dinner on June 27, 7-11pm. This year's speakers include Elissa Montanti, author and founder of Global Medical Relief Fund, and Wounded Warrior Speaker Mike Linnington, CEO.
Tickets are $55 per person and include dinner and drink. Contact Walter Osborn for payment.
Friday, June 28, 2019 at 11:00 AMVA NY Harbor Healthcare System in New York, NY
The New York Legal Assistance Group presents a Legal Stand Down for Post 9/11 Veterans on June 28, 11am-12pm. Get your questions answered regarding service-connected disability compensation, the VA Pension, the NYC Rent Freeze Program, the VA’s Caregiver Support Program, and discharge upgrades.
Sunday, June 30, 2019 at 12:00 PMNational Parks Conservation Association in New York, NY
The Mission Continues is invited to walk in this year’s NYC Pride March with partners at the National Parks Conservation Association (NPCA) on June 30, 12-7pm. The NPCA protects and enhances America's National Park System for present and future generations and was helpful in designating Stonewall Inn as a National Historic Landmark. There are unlimited spots so if you have any friends or family that would like to join, they’re more than welcome to march.
Lineup is in Midtown at 3pm - however, you must stop by the NPCA office from 12-2pm to pick up mandatory wristbands, tee-shirts, marching signs, and flags. The first 75 people that pick up wristbands will receive special #PrideandHonor The Mission Continues shirts.
Get more details about the march and sign up here.
Sunday, June 30, 2019 at 03:00 PMKnights of Columbus Baron De Kalb in Brooklyn, NY
Operation Warrior Shield hosts an event called Help to Stop the Epidemic of Veteran-Military Suicide on June 30, 3-7pm.
Speakers include: Borough President Eric Adams, Councilman Chaim Deutsch, and Bob Roth, CEO David Lynch Foundation. Enjoy entertainment from America’s Tenor Daniel Rodriguez and the Highland Divas, with dinner and refreshments plus a silent auction.
Individual tickets are $100. Sponsorships available. Contact Ed Schloeman for details.
Operation Warrior Shield provides comprehensive programs for veterans, military and first responders, which includes training in the non-religious modality of transcendental meditation (TM) and The VetWell Program techniques to help in healing the “hidden wounds," to assist veterans in employment efforts and to work towards ending veteran homelessness. Also available for those who
wish to manage their stressful life.
Thursday, July 04, 2019 at 12:00 PMPS 26 in Staten Island, NY
Don't miss the Travis 4th of July Parade on Staten Island. After 109 years, the Travis Fourth of July Parade is one of the oldest consecutive parades in the United States.
The event begins with a noon ceremony at the reviewing stand, and then the parade will kick off at 12:30pm.
Get more information about the event here.
Saturday, July 06, 2019 at 11:00 AMNeighborhood Assembly of God in Bellmore, NY
Attend Heroes for Heroes on July 6, 11am-2pm. Combat veterans are invited to a food, community, and social event to honor them and build community.
Tuesday, July 09, 2019 at 08:45 AMGreater New York Chamber of Commerce in New York, NY
Join Congressman Mac Thornberry for a Breakfast Networking Reception on July 9, 8:45am. Congressman Thornberry is traveling the country to encourage a dialogue about the importance of America’s global engagement and military strength. Thornberry has served as chairman and ranking member of the House Armed Services Committee and is a key leader on national security. As a leader on national security policy, he hopes to share his views on why America’s global leadership is essential to our way of life.
Seating is limited. Breakfast will be served.
Military Affairs Committee: Free