The FourBlock Career Readiness Program is a semester-long, university-accredited program that provides the professional development, career exploration, and network that today’s generation of veterans need to be competitive for great careers. It is offered at no cost to veterans.
The program is offered twice a year in major metropolitan cities across the country during each fall and spring academic semester. Veterans join a cohort and meet once a week for ten weeks to receive over thirty hours of in-person lectures, networking events, and practical application. Furthermore, one-on-one mentorship is provided to each veteran in order to address personal transition and career search strategies.Read more
New York Safety and Training’s Flagger class is an interactive learning experience that teaches participants the safe and effective practice of directing pedestrian and vehicular traffic at and around active construction sites.
Make yourself more hireable if you're looking for work, and if you already have a job, make yourself more invaluable to your team with your Flagger certification.Read more
Home Care For Adults provides non-medical home care services to individuals with disabilities, injuries, difficulties with mobility, or illnesses. Their team is composed of highly trained and competent staff members who are dedicated and experts in delivering home care services in the comfort of our client’s home.
They offer in-home veterans care services that are specifically made to meet your unique health and personal care requirements.Read more
United Way of Long Island’s Project Warmth program opens on December 16, 2019 and will remain open until funds are exhausted. A customer may use a Project Warmth heating grant to pay for any fuel source: oil, gas or electric, propane, kerosene, coal, wood and an electric bill if electricity is needed to operate the heating source.Read more
The Department of Defense is expanding access to Military Commissaries, Exchanges and Recreation Facilities beginning January 1, 2020.Read more
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. The 2020 final selecting judge will be David Henry Hwang.Read more