5.18.21

New Virtual Employment Hub: Why Veterans and Military Spouses are a Great Fit for Any Business


To meet the demands of veterans and military spouses and continuously inform the employer of the value they bring to the workforce, it is imperative that employers have a centralized location to explore current research, reports and best practices on... Read More ▶

5.14.21

Veteran’s Program for Politics and Civic Engagement Comes at a Perfect Time For U.S. Navy Officer


Jonathan Sym is a Commander in the U.S. Navy Reserve and continues his service after more than 22 years. His most recent deployment was in 2018 where he served as the Chief of Staff for the U.S. Special Operations Command operating in North and West ... Read More ▶

5.12.21

Dr. Mike Haynie Testifies on Challenges Service Members & Veterans Faced During the Covid-19 Pandemic


Chairman Levin, Ranking Member Moore, and members of the Subcommittee, thank you for your enduring support and work on behalf of veterans and their families, and specifically for the opportunity to provide testimony on the challenges and opportunitie... Read More ▶

5.13.21

Learn More About SyracuseServes and How to Join as a Provider


Brought to you in a joint partnership with Syracuse University “The Best Place For Veterans”, the Institute for Veterans and Military Families, and Onondaga County, SyracuseServes will be based in the new National Veterans Resource Center on Sy... Read More ▶

5.07.21

Military Spouse Resource Page


The Institute for Veterans and Military Families has created a simple reference page for all military spouses to see how the IVMF and Syracuse University support spouses. All spouses serve when their significant other serves, and it is equally import... Read More ▶

5.07.19

The Power of Military Spouses


May 7th is recognized as Military Spouse Appreciation Day, which provides an important opportunity to remember the service of our nation's military spouses.... Read More ▶

5.05.21

Direct Child Tax Credit Payments, Starting this Summer, May Aid Veteran Households


Many veteran households with children may soon become eligible to receive an enhanced child tax credit for 2021. This child tax credit is all part of the American Rescue Plan Act that was signed into law on March 11, 2021. While the headlines were pr... Read More ▶

5.03.21

JPMorgan Chase Renews Commitment to Syracuse University’s IVMF During National Small Business Month to Enhance the Post-Service Lives of Veterans and their Families


Ten years after its original foundational grant to enhance the post-service lives of veterans and military families through Syracuse University’s Institute for Veterans and Military Families (IVMF), JPMorgan Chase today announced an additional $8 m... Read More ▶

4.29.21

Apply Now for a Training Program Designed for Veterans Considering Careers in Politics


The Veterans Program for Politics and Civic Engagement is a selective, rigorous and intense educational initiative. It is offered with the initial support of JPMorgan Chase & Co. through a collaborative effort by Syracuse University’s Institute fo... Read More ▶

4.28.21

How Biden’s Budget Signals the Right Ideas to Address Veterans Issues


Last week, the White House unveiled its $1.5 billion Fiscal Year 2022 discretionary budget request. It signals a significant boost (8 percent) in spending on the VA’s budget. The plan increases spending on several necessary priorities, including t... Read More ▶