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With our benefits and your knowledge, a career as a medical technologist at VA is a natural fit.
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During Black History Month, today’s #VeteranOfTheDay is Navy Veteran Samuel L. Gravely Jr., the Navy’s first Black flag officer.
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Have a conversation with your provider about your risk factors for heart disease, especially if you are coping with stress, PTSD, or trauma.
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February is Career and Technical Education Month, VA’s Education Service wants to celebrate the importance of skilled trade workers by highlighting the alternative education paths that we offer our Veterans, service members and their beneficiaries.
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Just under 70 years ago, an Army Veteran’s stand against racial injustice changed interstate transportation. Sarah Keys was a young, Black soldier serving at Fort Dix, New Jersey. She traveled on her way home to Washington, North Carolina, Aug. 1, 1952.
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Free resources from AARP’s new job center help Veterans and military spouses find jobs. For many of the 8.3 million military Veterans in the civilian workforce, transitioning into a career can be a difficult process. Even after securing a civilian job, Veterans and their spouses often find themselves in roles that leave them underemployed, meaning […]
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