VHA Health Equity Roundtable Fellowship Opportunity

The VHA Office of Health Equity is searching for early career scientists to participate in meetings of the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine (the National Academies) Roundtable on the Promotion of Health Equity.  The Roundtables's mission is to advance the visibility and understanding of inequities in health outcomes and health care among racial and ethnic subgroups; amplify research, policy, and community-centered programs; and catalyze the emergence of new leaders, partners, and stakeholders.

This is a 3-year fellowship.  Expected responsibilities of the Fellow include serving on the planning committee for at least one Roundtable meeting; attending all sponsored by Health Equity Roundtable during their fellowship term; and writing one perspectives piece for the National Academies of Science NAM Perspectives.  Potential candidates will not serve as voting members of the Roundtable but are invited to engage fully in all discussions and deliberations of the Roundtable.

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Free At-Home Covid-19 Tests

Every home in the U.S. is eligible to order 4 free at-⁠home COVID-⁠19 tests. The tests are completely free. Orders will usually ship in 7-12 days.

Click here to order your tests now so you have them when you need them.

VA Building Better Caregivers Online Self-Paced Workshop

Building Better Caregivers® (BBC)is an online program to help Caregivers of Veterans with dementia, memory problems, post-traumatic stress disorder, a serious brain injury or any other serious injury or illness. The Caregiver must meet criteria and be willing to participate in the Caregiver support program in either the Program of Comprehensive Assistance (PCAFC) or Program of General Caregiver Support Services (PGCSS) programs.

The Veteran who the Caregiver is caring for must be enrolled in VA Healthcare.

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BSF V School Full-Ride Scholarship

Blue Star Families is excited to announce a brand new partnership with V School to promote military and veteran upskilling and job training for those who wish to pursue a career in tech and are interested in learning design or web development.

V School will offer a full-ride scholarship to one of the Blue Star Family members for job retraining in Programming and Front-end design.

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Free Coursera Enrollment for BSF Spouseforce Members!

There's a new and exclusive perk to Blue Star Families Spouseforce members — free Coursera enrollment!  Use the global learning platform Coursera to take courses in IT infrastructure, project management, social media management, Google Analytics, and more — the opportunities are endless!

Register today — availability is limited! After registering, you'll be contacted regarding how to activate your complimentary enrollment. This is on a first-come, first-served basis, so don’t delay!

Service2Service Professional Development for Veterans

Service2Service invites you to become a mentor or mentee!

Service2Service is a professional development experience centered in mentorship between NYC Veterans and AmeriCorps alumni as mentees and City government employees as mentors.  The program aims to build relationships between service-minded New Yorkers and empower mentees with the network and knowledge to continue a legacy of service in the City.

Mentorship Model 

The mentorship model combines one-on-one mentorship between City employees and NYC Veterans, or AmeriCorps alumni and virtual workshops connected to professional careers in NYC government. Each mentee and mentor pair commits to a minimum of bi-monthly, one-on-one mentoring sessions from March-August 2022.


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NYC Speaks Survey

How should the new Mayor and his team approach issues like schools, streets, safety? How should they approach challenges like COVID-19 and climate change? Fill out the NYC Speaks Survey by January 28th to make your voice heard.

The NYC Speaks Survey will help inform the priorities and policies of our new Mayor, Eric Adams. The survey touches on health and wellbeing, economic vitality, workforce development, public safety, housing, education, youth development, arts, climate, infrastructure, equity, racial justice, and gender justice. It takes 5 to 20 minutes to fill out, depending on how many of the issues you want to weigh in on.  

Make your voice heard by taking the NYC Speaks survey today.

Welcome Fund Applications Open

The Welcome Fund was created by Welcome.US to ensure Afghans and others fleeing their homelands are supported and connected to welcoming communities across the United States.

Welcoming our new Afghan neighbors will take an all-hands-on deck approach, and community leaders and organizations across the country are stepping up to fill the diverse set of needs -- housing, transportation, employment, legal, education, English language training, community orientation and integration, wellness, and many other aspects of resettlement and inclusion. Afghan, diaspora, veteran, faith-based, and community organizations are working creatively to tap the outpouring of support from their fellow community members.

Following their first round of grants to address immediate housing and relocation needs, the Welcome Fund launches its first round of request for proposals (RFP), which will commit at least $3 million dollars to support innovative community-based work that broadens community participation in resettlement. This RFP is for national, regional, and local efforts, outside of the resettlement agencies/affiliates, that are engaging community members to address the needs of Afghan newcomers.

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Excelsior Pass and Excelsior Pass Plus: Set Up and Troubleshooting

The NY State Excelsior Pass is secure, digital proof of your COVID-19 vaccination or negative test results.  It does not include COVID-19 vaccination dates and dosage information.  It is only accepted in NY State by participating venues and business.  You can print your Excelsior Pass directly from the web portal, store the Pass to the New York State Excelsior Wallet on your smartphone, and/or add the Pass to supported mobile phone wallets.

The NY State Excelsior Pass Plus is a secure, digital copy of your COVID-19 vaccination record or negative test results. Your Pass Plus provides safe access to your vaccination information, and includes vaccine type, site, and date of your vaccination, just like your paper CDC Card. It can also provide proof of a negative COVID-19 PCR Test Pass (valid until midnight on the third day after a test) or a negative COVID-19 Antigen Test Pass (valid for 6 hours from the time of a test). The inclusion of this health information enables interested New Yorkers to have a verifiable record of their COVID-19 vaccination history or negative COVID-19 test at their fingertips, for record-keeping and/or usage outside of New York State.  You can print your Excelsior Pass Plus directly from the web portal and/or store the Pass Plus to the New York State Wallet App on your smartphone.

Click here to learn how to set up either of these passes.

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Bronx Fire Victims Drive

Bronx Community Organizations Unite is holding a Bronx Fire Victims Drive for the families of the 1/9/22 Bronx Fire.  Please donate if you can.

Donation needs:

Toiletries (toothbrush, toothpaste, soap, shampoo, conditioner, combs, brushes, etc.)

New clothing

Hats, gloves, scarves, socks

Laundry supplies

Blankets, throws, sheets

New pillows

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VA Copayment Debt Relief Options for Veterans

Copayment collections and statements for medical care and pharmacy services might seem overwhelming, especially this time of year, but VA wants to remind veterans that debt relief programs are available and accessible.

Collection of copayments resumed on Oct. 1, 2021, after an 18-month halt, due to the American Rescue Plan (ARP). ARP included a provision that canceled copayments for medical care and pharmacy services received April 6, 2020, through Sept. 30, 2021, and directed refunds to be issued.


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Bunker Labs Workshop Series: Breaking Barriers in Entrepreneurship

Bunker Labs’ successful Breaking Barriers workshop series is accepting applications for its winter workshop until January 17th!

The workshop empowers motivated entrepreneurs from traditionally underserved communities to network and grow businesses together in a challenging, supportive environment.

Apply here.

So Proudly We Hail Musical Production: Call for Veteran Story Submissions

New Musicals Inc. (NMI), a non-profit workshop which develops musicals for digital platforms and stage, is producing So Proudly We Hailed, a musical webseries honoring veterans in their own words.

NMI wants you to submit your story to be included in this production!  You don't have to be a writer or musician.  You'll join a creative team of composer, director, actor, dramaturg, to develop your story based on your own words.  Honorees' stories will be workshopped and filmed as musical video shorts.  Each story will be approximately 1-15 minutes long.  These will be filmed as musical monologues (in English).

NMI will register the piece through the Screen Actors Guild New Media Agreement.  NMI will develop and produce each episode.  Each honoree will receive $1,000.  Copyright will remain with the veteran; you will own your work.

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Intrepid Museum All Access Maker Camp Applications Open

All Access Maker Camp is a fun week of exploring the Intrepid Museum, solving problems, experimenting with new tools and technology, and designing projects! This camp is specifically for children ages 8 –14 with developmental disabilities, including autism.

The camp provides an in-depth learning opportunity for campers to practice social-emotional skills, including problem-solving, communication and collaboration. Campers try out design challenges related to the ship, aircraft and space, and they go behind the scenes to meet with experts.

All staff and interns are specially trained in working with children with disabilities in the museum setting. Visual schedules, illustrated instructions, multisensory opportunities and clear expectations help campers transition into the week, focus on the tasks at hand and have fun. Campers learn about and use a wide range of materials, both low tech (LEGOs, clay, foil, craft supplies) and high tech (robotics kits, computer-assisted design software and 3D printers), as they solve problems, experiment and invent.

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VFL VET-1 Spring 2022 Application Deadline Approaching!

NYU Veterans Future Lab is accepting applications to the online Veterans Entrepreneurship Training I (VET-I), a no-cost, 12-week skills-focused program for veterans, service members, and military spouses who are early-stage entrepreneurs OR looking to transition into entrepreneurship. NY founders, subject matter experts, and the VFL team offer a curriculum that features hands-on experiential learning and mentorship with one goal: Skills you need to start your own venture.

Space is limited, so apply now to start your business strong in the new year!

**Application deadline is Wednesday, January 12th.**

BSF START Family Book Club (In-Person)

Blue Star Families (BSF) will host a Family Book Club on starting on Wednesday, February 2, 3:30-5:00pm at the USCG-Fort Wadsworth Family Meeting Center in Staten Island.

You're invited to participate in START (Serving, Thriving, and Reading Together)! This is a free, unique humanities-based and family-focused program that builds community among military and civilian families with children ages 5 to 10. You'll enjoy six* storytelling, reading, and discussion sessions led by a storyteller and storylover, covering award-winning children’s books on topics such as family, courage, and community.

*Please note this family reading session takes place over six weeks. BSF wants you and your family to get the most out of this fabulous program, so please plan to be at all of the afternoon sessions. We know many families will be interested in participating and want to make sure this is something you are committed to doing.

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BSF MLK Jr Day of Service

In honor of MLK Jr. Day of National Service, Blue Star Families (BSF) invites you to join them in supporting military families across the country that are facing food insecurity. While enduring many challenges in service to our country, food insecurity shouldn't be one of them. With your help, we can make a difference.

Register today to receive three grocery-size bags to fill on your own, with your friends or neighbors, or by joining forces with a local business. Once your bags are full, you can either drop them off at your local military installation*, military-affiliated support organization, or local community food bank.

*Please note that the option to drop the bags off at a military installation is only applicable if you have access and it has a collection point.

Register here to participate.

Veteran Discount on TRX Equipment

TRX is offering a 20% discount on their TRX Suspension Training equipment to all veterans, service members, first responders, and their families.

Click here for more information on how to save!

NY Project Hope Initiative

RiseBoro's NY Project Hope initiative is a FREE,ANONYMOUS and CONFIDENTIAL emotional support program aimed at supporting NY community members in dealing with the impact of COVID and other traumatic events that have occurred throughout the past year and a half. Their crisis counselors can provide emotional support and connection to community resources in person or over the phone via their helpline and other virtual formats.  They can also facilitate group work and public presentations that can be tailored to specific community needs. As COVID presents an everchanging environment, they aim to meet community members where they are at. Their services are available in English and Spanish and for additional language needs, they can connect community members with other providers. 

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Pace University SBDC Online Sales Strategies Series

The Small Business Development Center (SBDC) at Pace University's Lubin School of Business will host a three-part webinar series on Online Sales Strategies.

In response to COVID-19, entrepreneurs are leveraging the internet to generate new customer leads and sales channels. Selling online gives you access to millions of potential customers, and with a little re-framing, this webinar series can help you tap into your talents to provide additional revenue streams. In this three-part series, Pace University Adjunct Professor Julie Gauthier will cover online sales techniques and tools, drawing on her experience selling web development tutoring services, distributing digital learning materials, and operating an online custom gift shop.

Registration gives you access to all three sessions. Attend all or the ones most relevant to where you are. 

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VA Veterans Childcare Needs Survey

Help the VA understand what veterans need for childcare.  Click here to take the 2-minute survey about your childcare needs while attending a medical appointment at a VHA facility.

2022 GI Film Festival San Diego Submission Deadline Extended

The GI Film Festival San Diego is a multi-day showcase of films for, by, and about military and veteran experiences. Happening May 17-21, 2022 in San Diego, the festival welcomes content ranging from shorts, documentaries, or full-length features of all genres by students, emerging, or professional filmmakers. Compelling, thoughtful, and transformative films that deal directly with military and veteran experiences as well as films made by or starring military and veterans are presented on the big screen. Films and film blocks are followed by engaging conversations with filmmakers, film subjects, and experts.

The festival is a juried competition with awards presented in more than a dozen categories including Best Film Made By or Starring Military or Veterans, Best Documentary Feature, Best Narrative Short, and the Founders Choice Award.

The festival is the perfect opportunity to exhibit your work. If you are a veteran or service member, you can submit a film of any theme, plotline, or genre -- let your imagination go wild! All other filmmakers are asked to submit military or veteran connected films only. International submissions are also welcome.

The final extended deadline of January 3 is coming up fast!

Click here to learn more and submit your work.

VFL Research Study Report: The Military & Veteran Journey to Entrepreneurship

NYU Veterans Future Lab’s first research study is available now! The Military and Veteran Journey to Entrepreneurship is a deep dive into the resources and challenges that veterans and service members face when launching their ventures. Full of insights garnered from 580+ participants, this is a must-read for founders looking to efficiently navigate their entrepreneurship journey and supporters creating effective programs to empower veteran entrepreneurs. Download the free report today!

VFL VET-1 Spring 2022 Program Applications Open

NYU Veterans Future Lab is accepting applications to the online Veterans Entrepreneurship Training I (VET-I), a no-cost, 12-week skills-focused program for veterans, service members, and military spouses who are early-stage entrepreneurs OR looking to transition into entrepreneurship. NY founders, subject matter experts, and the VFL team offer a curriculum that features hands-on experiential learning and mentorship with one goal: Skills you need to start your own venture.

Space is limited, so apply now to start your business strong in the new year!

Team RWB 2022 Take Flight Challenge

This January, Team RWB is inviting you to soar into 2022 with Eagle Nation. For 31 days, they’re encouraging you to set aside time to work toward your individual goals and to Take Flight. 


Once you register here, prepare to get yourself ready to soar! 



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James J Peters VA Medical Center Holiday Toy Drive

The Center for Development of Civic Engagement (formerly Voluntary Services) of the James J Peters VA Medical Center in the Bronx has coordinated a Holiday Toy Drive.  Donations of new, unwrapped toys can be made in the main medical center lobby through Wednesday, December 22nd.  Toys will be distributed to the children of veterans in need.


James J Peters VA Medical Center

130 W Kingsbridge Road

Bronx, NY 10468


InTransition Confidential Mental Health Care

The inTransition program is a free, confidential program that offers specialized coaching and assistance for active-duty service members, National Guard members, reservists, veterans and retirees who need access to mental health care when:

Relocating to another assignment

Returning from deployment

Transitioning from active duty to reserve component or reserve component to active duty

Preparing to leave military service

Any other time they need a new mental health provider or need a provider for the first time.

inTransition services are available to ALL military members regardless of length of service or discharge status and there is NO expiration date to enroll.

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Boston VA Research Study on Regret, Remorse and Guilt

The Boston VA is seeking participants for a telehealth research study on veterans experiencing regret, remorse or guilt.  Participants must be 18 or older.

Your participation will take approximately 4 months and all appointments will be online.

Participation will include:

an initial interview (takes about 2-3 hours)

if you are eligible, 6 weekly therapy sessions with your therapist (1.5 hours)

two follow up interviews (2 hours each visit)

In total, you will be asked to attend 10 appointments over a 4-month period.

You will receive $120 for your participation.


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Veterans 24-Hour Warm Line

The Veterans Warm Line is open and available to all veterans. The holidays can be a difficult time for many.  Call 1-914-519-8097 to speak to a fellow veteran.  The Veterans 24-Hour Warm Line is managed by the Putnam County Dwyer/Vet2Vet office.

If you have an emergency or are in crisis, call the National Veterans Crisis Line at 1-800-273-8255

Reduced-Fare Metro Card Online Registration for Seniors and People with Disabilities

For the first time, seniors and people with qualifying disabilities can apply for a Reduced Fare MetroCard online. Until now, customers could only apply by mail or in person. This is the latest effort to bring MTA services online and eliminate barriers to accessing transit service. To apply, visit reducedfare.mta.info and make sure to click the “interested in OMNY” box at the end to stay up to date of our OMNY rollout.


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Free Online Journalism Classes for Vets

Military Veterans in Journalism has secured more than $20,000 in Poynter Institute online classes that are now available to its members to take for free.

Made possible thanks to the generous support of the Craig Newmark Philanthropies, these courses will directly help their membership gain actionable skills that they can put to work immediately.

Poynter Institute has a treasure trove of training opportunities for journalists of every type. From courses focusing on how to become a better writer to courses on film and broadcast television, Poynter has it all.

What this means for you:
You’ll have FREE ACCESS to some of Poynter’s popular courses. If you find these courses useful, MVJ will find other ways to work with Poynter for even more training.

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MVJ Mentor a Veteran Program

Minority Veterans in Journalism (MVJ) invites you to mentor a veteran in the MVJ community.  Please consider volunteering some of your time to mentor a veteran to teach him or her about the field of journalism. MVJ pairs up experienced mentors with mentees eager to learn and grow. You must have three years experience in journalism or a related field to become a mentor.

Click here to apply.

Once you are accepted into the program, you may have a one-time, one-hour zoom session with one of their members.

Staten Island BP Inauguration

Staten Island Borough President-elect Vito Fossella invites the veterans community to attend his inauguration on Sunday, January 2, 2pm at Monsignor Farrell High School.

If you are interested in attending, please send an email with your name, address and phone number to:

Lee Covino

[email protected]

**You must RSVP by Thursday, December 16th.**

Nominate a Defense Community Champion

The Association of Defense Communites (ADC) introduces Defense Community Champions, a new program focused on recognizing the work of people whose actions make a difference in the lives of our military, military families, and veterans.  "Champions" are leaders on base, in their communities, and across the federal government and industries.

The deadline to nominate is Friday, December 31, 2021.

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Minority Vets Winter Wish Project 2021

Minority Veterans of America is accepting applications for the Winter Wish Project 2021.

It's the end of the year and with the rising cost of goods, inflation, and a years' long pandemic, Minority Vets knows winter has been tough.  Join them for the Winter Wish Project.  They're spreading some winter joy to members of the Minority Vets community by fulfilling the wishes of minority veteran families.

What does that mean?  They're looking for minority veterans who could use a little extra support this winter to provide for their families.  If selected, Minority Vets will provide up to $200 in gift card or direct financial relief (dependent on location).  Priority will be given to new applicants this winter but past Winter Wish Project recipients are welcome and encouraged to apply.


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Defense Communities 2022 National Summit

After a two year hiatus, the Defense Communities National Summit is back!

Join the Association of Defense Communities (ADC) in the National Capital Region March 7-9, 2022 for an unforgettable event that aims to maximize the influence of America's defense communities and advance policies and ideas that address the key challenges that face installations, military families, and the communities they call home.

Click here to see what kind of speakers this event has drawn in the past.

Early bird rates are available until Friday, December 17, 2021.

Register here.

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2022 VETS Indexes Employer Awards Survey

VETS Indexes invites you to participate in the 2022 VETS Indexes Employer Awards Survey!

This program analyzes organizations' efforts to hire, retain, develop, and support veterans, as well as members of the Guard and Reserve and others in the military community.  The evaluation is based on a detailed analysis of employers across a wide variety of data points.

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NYC Military and Veteran Stars and Smiles Initiative

You  may qualify for free dental services through Dental Lifeline Network if you are a veteran or an active duty service member who is low income AND one of the following:

Age 65+

Permanently disabled

Medically fragile

Services are provided by volunteer dentists across NYC.

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Harlem Vet Center Holiday Grab & Go

The Harlem Vet Center will host its annual Holiday Grab & Go from Monday, December 6th through Friday, December 31st.

Stop by the Vet Center to browse their collection of:

men's clothing (including suits)

women's clothing

kids clothing (limited selection)

cold weather gear (coats, socks, headgear)

accessories (shoes, handbags, ties)

hygiene supplies

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BSF Holiday Cookie Exchange

Blue Star Families is hosting a holiday cookie recipe exchange.

The timing of the holidays can be hectic. But the spirit of the season can give us all a sense of security, hope, and comfort — even amidst the constant change of our lives!

If you’re looking for a new and welcome treat to mix up in the kitchen, BSF has a fun holiday tradition for its members! A Holiday Cookie Exchange! 

Submit your favorite holiday cookie recipe and receive one directly to your inbox from the staff at Blue Star Families. 

Submit your recipe here.

NYS Homeowner Assistance Fund Application Information

The New York State Homeowner Assistance Fund (NYSHAF) is a federally funded program dedicated to assisting homeowners who are at risk of default, foreclosure or displacement as a result of financial hardhsip caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.

NYSHAF expects to receive significantly more applications than can be funded by the program.  Applications will be processed in the order they were received.  Application submission does not guarantee you will receive financial assistance.

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The Mission Continues Women Veterans Leadership Program Cohort 4

The Mission Continues is now accepting applications for the Spring 2022 Women Veterans Leadership Program, Cohort 4.

The Women Veterans Leadership Program changes the narrative on what it means to be a woman veteran by leveraging their leadership skills and authentic selves to become change-makers, all while enhancing their personal and professional networks. By the end of this one-of-a-kind program, cohort members will have made lifelong friends and lasting connections with other women veterans. Everyone will feel empowered to lead the charge for gender equality in their communities.

**Application deadline is Wednesday, January 12, 2022.**

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Veterans Financial Coaching Services

Services for the Underserved (S:US) is offering financial coaching services for veterans.  Veterans Financial Liaison, Rhonda Sherwin, AFC®, ( Accredited Financial Counselor) can help veterans bridge the financial gap between where you are and where you want to be.

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Volunteer Opportunity with NYC DVS' Mission: VetCheck

The NYC Department of Veterans' Services (DVS) has taken ownership of the Mission: VetCheck program, which began at the start of the COVID-19 pandemic as a collaboration between DVS, the Mayor's Office of Community Mental Health, New York Cares, and veteran-serving organizations.  The goal of this program is to make calls to veterans in order to provide them with information regarding vital public services, including free meals, information on COVID-19 testing and vaccination sites, and mental health resources.  

Volunteer to be a lifeline for a veteran!

Click here to register.

Please note: Mission: VetCheck is not intended to be a mental health crisis line. 

AITAF The Bridge Award

Arts in the Armed Forces presents The Bridge Award, established with the sole purpose of recognizing an emerging playwright of exceptional talent within the United States military. The award consists of a $10,000 prize and an AITAF-produced reading of the winning work.

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Richmond District's 369th Veterans Association Annual Christmas Party

Richmond District's 369th Veterans Association, Inc. will host their Annual Christmas Party at the Labettiw VFW Post in Staten Island on Saturday, December 18, 6-10pm.

$55 per person includes dinner and refreshments. 

Cash bar available.

Music by DJ Mr Miyagi718

Free parking

Door prizes

Must show proof of vaccination

**RSVP by Monday, December 6th.**


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Newmark-Military Veterans in Journalism Fellowship Program Applications Open

The Newmark-Military Veterans in Journalism Fellowship Program is now accepting applications for the program that will begin in Fall 2022.

Application fee waived!

**Application deadline is Friday, December 17,2021.**

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Discounted Travel Deals for Veterans

Veterans can now get exclusive travel deals and discounted rates through American Forces Travel.

As of July 2021, all Veterans with a discharge status of honorable or general under honorable conditions are eligible to shop for a wide selection of discounted rates on hotels, air fare, rental cars, vacation packages, cruises and much more on www.AmericanForcesTravel.com.

American Forces Travel is the Department of Defense’s official Morale, Welfare, and Recreation (MWR) platform offering bookings for leisure travel. A portion of all bookings go back to support military quality of life programs. Members can feel confident knowing that their purchases are helping to fund events and activities made just for them.

Structured by Priceline, AmericanForcesTravel.com offers deals up to 50% off hotels to eligible members. With flights from all major airlines and split ticket options, to rental car savings up to 35% and best price guarantee, AFT has travel options for any mode of travel. Customers can also save when booking two or more products together using the Packages feature for flights, rental cars, or hotels.

For more information, visit www.americanforcestravel.com/?refclickid=VABlog2022. Members can also follow www.facebook.com/AFTMWR  to message the AFT Team about login and pre-booking questions.

Goldman Sachs Veterans Integration Program

Goldman Sachs is accepting applications for their Veterans Integration Program (VIP).

The Goldman Sachs Veterans Integration Program provides candidates the opportunity to hone their skills, connect with mentors, and discover the range of opportunities available to them as a transitioning veteran.

**Applications close on Sunday, November 21 @ 11:59pm ET**

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Veterans in Entertainment Virtual Summit

Veterans in Entertainment, in partnership with Veterans in Media & Entertainment (VME), will host their third annual Veterans in Entertainment Virtual Summit via AirMeet on Tuesday, November 16 and Wednesday, November 17, 12-6pm EST (9am-3pm PST).  This summit is open to all service members, veterans, military spouses, military caregivers, and dependents of age.

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