How the IVMF is helping veterans re-enter the civilian workforce

According to the New York Post, “The challenges veterans face when returning to a life after service may sometimes feel like one of their most difficult missions yet. Often, these heroes find that while they spent time away from their families, friends, and community, civilian life moved forward in many different ways. Syracuse University’s Institute for Veterans and Military Families recognizes the valuable and unique set of skills and experiences every veteran has. That’s why they’re dedicated to opening doors and helping veterans find their next mission, whether it’s continuing their education, stepping up in a career, or becoming an entrepreneur. The Institute for Veterans and Military Families has something for every veteran. Whether you’re looking to network your way into a career or develop your own business strategy, the IVMF’s free resources and national training programs can provide the tools needed for a successful and impactful life after service.”

The New York Post goes on to explain the IVMF pillars of Entrepreneurship, Career Training, Community Services, higher Education, and Research & Analytics and share a few success stories from IVMF alumni.

“More than 150,000 transitioning service members, veterans, and military family members have already been impacted by IVMF programs over the last ten years.”

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