Military Veterans Back to Work

Leaving the military can be a daunting experience, how can we help get them back into business?
Statistics from says the national unemployment rate for post 9/11 military veterans is up to 9%, and upwards of 30% for younger veterans. This is far above the national average.
What can be done to help these people who have served us so well, how can we repay their unselfish dedication?
Veterans have special skills that can be used in the business world. The first things that come to mind are dedication, experience and leadership acquired in the military. These skills make them ready for just about any challenge the workforce could possibly present.
The answer lies in us helping them use their skills and getting them back into the commercial world.
My way is to present a seminar talking about the things they can do and how they should go about creating a business career.
My seminar is being organized in conjunction with the Government’s SBA. I have set aside 2 ½ – 3 hours for this session to set out my ideas and business plan for Vets. I have also allowed time for an extensive Q&A. Here is the promo for the talk from the SBA:
Military Veterans going into Business
Presented by: Victor Green
This seminar is for Veterans who have left, or are in the process of leaving the military. Victor Green is a successful entrepreneur with vast experience in business turnarounds and start-ups. He will offer solutions to many business issues and give solid advice to all attendees. Come join the discussion, bring your questions and get some practical guidance to help you with your entrepreneurial future. There will be time allotted for questions at the end of the session.
To reserve your place contact; Email:, Phone: (818) 552-3288 click on February 19 to make an online booking.
I look forward to seeing as many of you as possible at this seminar. Make sure you have your questions ready.

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