We have developed a pilot program that will allow veterans and their families, especially those with traumatic injuries to buy affordable housing in a supportive community with medical support, vocational training and job search support, and be able to enjoy other collateral benefits in a mutually supportive community. As our communities grow we are able to develop beneficial financial opportunities such as credit unions with full services-essentially owned by the member veterans.
Vocational Training and Apprenticeship Programs
We continue to form alliances with numerous universities and community colleges to facilitate vocational training programs so that our veterans can gain the necessary job skills to obtain meaningful employment.
Technical education offers plenty of hands-on, professional experience and internship opportunities, which is exactly what employers are looking for. Some of the areas can be:
- Professional Photography
- Visual Journalism
- Graphic Design
- Film and Video Production
- Business Information Systems
- Computer Engineering Technology
- Electronics Engineering Technology
- Game & Simulation Programming
- Network & Communications Management
Job & Business Creation
Vets-Help provides assistance in helping the disabled veteran establish their own business in order to help them re-integrate into society.