This is a public listing of submitted events & resources, maintained as a nonprofit project of NYC Veterans Alliance. During the COVID-19 emergency, please be advised that in-person events have been cancelled. For future events, please contact the event organizer.
Do you need resources or help during the COVID-19 emergency? See Veterans Mutual Aid - NYC Metro. We welcome you to request any help you may need, whether you'd like a fellow veteran to give you a call to check in, or you need food assistance or other help:
Join Department of Veterans Affairs on September 24, 1-1:30pm, for the Woman Veteran Series: Women’s Reproductive and Whole Health Resources.
The webinar is hosted by Deputy Secretary Pamela Powers with closing remarks by the VA’s Chief Veterans Experience Officer, Dr. Lynda Davis.
The NJ War Related Illness & Injury Study Center presents Agent Orange: What You Need to Know, a webinar on September 24, 1:30-3pm (EST). Michelle Robertson, MD, MPH, will present topics: Agent Orange exposure determination; Presumption of exposure and current health conditions
related to Agent Orange exposure; Update for Blue Water Navy Veterans.
Call or email to register.
In a fast‐changing world, ADC's mission remains the same – supporting the military and our military families. We can’t gather in D.C., but we can bring D.C. to you. Introducing the Summit Series, a new way to engage with defense leaders and network with ADC’s community: Five topics. Five weeks. One Community.
On September 24, 3pm (EST), attend One Community: Town Hall with DoD Leadership. DoD is facing a confluence of crises and challenges it has not encountered in over a century. COVID‐19, renewed calls for racial equality, a critical need to invest in new technology, infrastructure and weapons systems, and increasing pressures for quality schools, housing and spouse employment opportunities, all occurring as our national defense strategy pivots to a new era of great power competition. It is clear that these challenges cannot be met by DoD alone, and that there is a key role for defense communities. Indeed, meeting these challenges will require a “one‐community” approach in which installations and communities must work together hand‐in‐hand. But what will this all mean for our nation’s defense infrastructure, both at home and abroad? How will installations and communities work together to ensure our nation remains strong?
Register here for free (military, DoD and other Federal staff only).
Learn more here: adcsummit.org
Join Travis Manion Foundation on September 24, 5-6pm for the Northeast Virtual Regional Social. Try your hand at trivia! Connect with fellow Spartans and say hi to TMF staff from the region!
Habitat for Humanity of Bergen County presents an Informational Meeting for Affordable Home Ownership for Veterans and Seniors in Washington Township on September 24, 7pm. This meeting will be conducted via Zoom.
This opportunity is open to seniors who are 55 years or older; honorably discharged US veterans; and all applicants must attend 1 of 3 mandatory meetings.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org to register.
Join VetsinTech for a National Virtual Employer Meetup on September 24, 7:30-9pm (EST). They have planned a great panel of leaders and recruiters in tech as well as several members from the VetsinTech Employer Coalition which includes Adobe, Disney, and Genentech to discuss opportunities at these companies and in the tech ecosystem in general. Military, Veterans and Mil/Vet Spouses of all experience levels are welcomed.
The first 30 minutes of the meet-up are for women only.
Register HERE for the general meet-up.
The Intrepid Sea, Air, & Space Museum Reopens September 25, 10am-5pm! Veterans and service members will continue to have free admission to the Intrepid Museum.
The following exhibits and amenities will be unavailable through October 9: Concorde, Growler Submarine and Exhibition, Gift Shop, Food Service, Guided Tours, Audio Tours, 3-D Films and Simulators.
Check their website for hours, tickets, and health & safety measures.
Kellogg's holds a Veteran Virtual Career Fair on September 25, 11am-1pm. Speak directly with Hiring Managers and Recruiters about nationwide jobs in Sales, Operations, Manufacturing, IT, Finance, Supply Chain and more. Participate in a Q&A session with the KVets team who have navigated careers at Kellogg’s! Female attendees may participate in the Women Veterans Roundtable hosted by Morgan Dennis, USA (Information Technology Manager).
Participate in Heroes Connect: Mars Hiring Webinar on September 25, 11-12:30pm.
Participants engage directly with company leaders about their operations, locations, veteran-friendly culture, and current career opportunities. It will connect talent from the military and veteran community with manufacturers who are hiring today!
The Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum offers an online presentation called Your Brain on the Military on September 25, 12-1pm (EST). The Intrepid Museum and New-York Presbyterian Military Family Wellness Center welcome current and former military service members and their family and friends for a virtual town hall discussing veteran mental health concerns around COVID-19 and service-related issues. Learn about how social changes, grief, and economic loss are affecting our veteran community and about resources and treatments available at the Military Family Wellness Center.
Free with advance registration. Click here to register. This program will be conducted over Zoom, with opportunities to ask questions.
Speakers and topics will include:
Matthew Ryba, Director of Community Outreach at MFWC; USMC veteran OIF/OEF
- Introductions and NY Veteran Update on COVID-19
Dr. Doron Amsalem, research psychiatrist at New York State Psychiatric Institute & Military Family Wellness Center clinician
- COVID-19 and Veterans: An Active Intervention
Dr. John Markowitz, Research Psychiatrist at New York State Psychiatric Institute & Professor of Clinical Psychiatry at the Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons
- Military Family Wellness Center: How Therapies for PTSD Work
- Matthew Ryba, Director of Community Outreach at MFWC; USMC veteran OIF/OEF