9/11: Remembering the Pentagon Attacks

This article was originally published in 2017 but we think this story continues to remain relevant as we will never forget.  By Beth Kubala, Army veteran and IVMF Senior Director of Programs & Services Today our country observes the 16th ann... Read More ▶


SBA Awards Funding to Organizations Offering Entrepreneurship Training to Women Veterans and Military Spouses

WASHINGTON – The U.S. Small Business Administration this week announced the awarding of $300,000 in Women Veteran Entrepreneurship Training Program grants to three organizations offering small business development resources to women veterans and m... Read More ▶


Thank You from PAServes-Greater Pittsburgh

Dear PAServes Greater Pittsburgh Supporters, Thank you for joining your fellow community leaders and innovators in celebration of a network that has been referred to as "21st Century Human Services" by Pittsburgh Mercy COO Raymond Wolfe and "a soc... Read More ▶


Syracuse University, JPMorgan Chase Collaboration Opens Path to Political Careers for Veterans

With initial support from JPMorgan Chase & Co., Syracuse University’s Institute for Veterans and Military Families and the Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs are collaborating to introduce a new and innovative program for veterans... Read More ▶


Veterans Unemployment Drops in May, but Worries About Long-Term Job Market Lnger

The unemployment rate among veterans fell in May despite the lingering effects of the coronavirus pandemic, a surprising turn-around after historic high jobless numbers a month earlier. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the veterans une... Read More ▶


Focused on Health: Veterans and the Pandemic

This Memorial Day we honor those who have served our country. But the COVID-19 pandemic is posing new challenges to our nation’s veterans, especially those battling mental health issues. On a farm in rural Virginia, United States Navy veteran Dani... Read More ▶


Coronavirus strikes veterans of war: “These are difficult times” but “we must fight, give it forward”

 "Freedom is not free, you have to pay for it with the blood of Americans," recalls a former Marine. Now the pandemic has killed more than a thousand veterans, and unemployment grips many more, especially Hispanics. Hispanic Veteran Calls on Mil... Read More ▶


The Largest-Ever Study on Veteran Businesses and Their Owners Needs Your Help

Veterans are, at heart, an entrepreneurial group of Americans. According to the U.S. Small Business Administration, vets are 45% more likely to start their own business, and one out of 10 small businesses in the U.S. are veteran-owned. That's around ... Read More ▶


Air Force Veteran Matt Butler is Using His Business Acumen to Teach Others

Watch the latest video at foxnews.com Air Force veteran Matt Butler is using his business acumen to help veterans and military service members who are thinking about transitioning out of the military. “I felt that I learned quite a bit with b... Read More ▶


Cisco helps military veterans find paths to meaningful employment through partnership with Onward to Opportunity

We’re all navigating this fast-changing environment, doing our best to adjust to the rapid shift to remote working and online learning. This can feel even more uncertain for our military and veteran community as they transition to civilian careers.... Read More ▶