The Bronx Vet Center presents a new Consumer Law Clinic for Veterans on Wednesdays, 3-5pm, beginning January 23. The clinics are staffed by volunteer lawyers affiliated with the Fordham Law School Feerick Center for Social Justice and the Volunteer Lawyers for Veterans Project.Read more
Wurzweiler School of Social Work Care Café hosts free QiGong and Tai Chi Sessions March 6 - April 3.Read more
Are you a female veteran looking to spend time outdoors with other female veterans? Contact Outings Leader Leslie Hoellger at firstname.lastname@example.org to learn more about the outings offered by Sierra Club Military Outdoors in 2019 for female veterans and their families.
Join outings leader Aaron Leonard on March 28 – April 1 as Sierra Club Military Outdoors explores Harriman State Park, a 47,000-acre park accessible by bus and train from NYC. This is a RECON outing for the Backpacking from NYC series.Read more
The New Jersey State Veterans Chamber of Commerce is growing and looking to fill volunteer positions within the organization.Read more
The Veterans Future Lab is accepting applications for Apex, its one-year, no-cost, equity-free incubator program for early-stage startups led by founders with military ties past and present.Read more
The Professional Career Opportunities (PCO) exam is one exam that fills more than 100 different entry-level professional job types across a wide range of disciplines. Positions filled through the PCO are located throughout New York State across a variety of state agencies, in professional fields such as:Read more
Weill Cornell Medicine seeks participants for a Military Survivor of Sexual Assault Research Study.Read more
Worldwide Veteran and Family Services offers Veterans Benefits Help February - April 2019.Read more
Project9line presents their annual Comedy Workshop beginning March 2019. Learn the structures of comedy writing. Develop your own comedy persona. Advance your public speaking skills. Showcase your talent in front of a live audience.Read more
Participants will be randomly assigned to one of the study arms: Project Life Force (PLF) or Treatment as Usual (TAU).Read more
Student Veterans of America and Raytheon have partnered to provide two $10,000 scholarships to student veterans demonstrating a commitment to and passion for their chosen field of study, as well as demonstrated leadership and engagement within their community.Read more
Our Military Kids provides grants for sports, fine arts, camps, and tutoring programs for children of currently deployed or injured servicemembers.Read more
I Was There Film Workshops are sponsored by Patton Veterans Project, Inc. During the workshop, February 26-28, 9:30am-4:30pm, you will work with fellow veterans and professional film instructors to conceive, shoot, and edit a collaborative short film.
This program is specifically designed for veterans coping with stress and transition. Led by filmmaker Benjamin Patton, grandson of General George S. Patton, and his team of professional film instructors to hep veterans express important, service-related experiences - on their terms - in a safe, supportive setting. Note: Limited to 12 veterans - sign up early!Read more
The Bronx Vet Center offers a Free Legal Clinic for Veterans every Wednesday, 3-5pm.Read more
Veterans: Did your college or training program mislead you or lie to you?
Did you pay more out of pocket or in loans than your school promised?
Did your school promise you’d get a job in your field of study, but you haven’t?Read more
Sleepless in New York? At NYU Military Family Clinic, the clinicians offer the preferred treatment approach for sleep issues – Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Insomnia (CBT-I). CBT-I can help Veterans and their family members fall asleep more easily, wake up less often during the night, reduce the frequency and intensity of nightmares, and curb early morning awakenings.Read more
WSB (World System Builder) offers free Veterans Financial Workshops every Thursday in the Bronx.Read more
Wells Fargo offers the Veterans Scholarship Program: renewable scholarships for veterans and spouses of disabled
veterans worth up to $10,000.
Homes for Homecoming Heroes has acquired the land for their second house in Freeport, NY. They are seeking qualified veterans to be selected for the lottery.
VetsBuild is a signature United Way of Long Island's MISSION UNITED initiative, dedicated to providing job training in green construction, energy-efficient weatherization for veterans and their families in our community at no charge to the veteran. Many local veterans struggle with underemployment and finding a long-term career path that will lead to financial independence and stability.Read more
Earn a tuition-free Master of Science Degree in Mathematics Education funded by the National Science Foundation. Go from the Military to Mercy College to Math Teacher.Read more
Active Duty Female Service Members are needed to participate in a survey. The online survey should take no more than 20 minutes to complete and will ask you about a variety of experiences working in a military environment.Read more
National Military Family Association offers Military Spouse Scholarships. NMFA awards an average of $500 for career funding and $1,000 for degrees. Up to $2500 is available for clinical supervision towards licensure in the mental health profession. Spouses are also eligible for funding, typically $1,000, to build their own businesses. This includes entrepreneurs, LLCs, direct sales, franchises, contractors, and other for-profit ventures. Any spouse with a valid military ID is eligible.Read more
Attend the Vets Chat & Chew program for women veterans and active military February 25 - April 1, 6-8pm. Vets Chat & Chew is designed for veterans and active military to come together and learn about food, how it can make you feel, cook it, share the meal together, and make some new friends at the same time.Read more
Veterans with ties to Long Island may be eligible to participate in Fairway Foundation's Purple Heart Campaign & Veteran's Home Giveaway.Read more