Two Veteran Career Fairs

A CAREER FAIR FROM THE COMFORT OF YOUR HOME.

Stay inside when it gets cold! Join MOAA for an opportunity to meet hundreds of employers from the comfort of your own home.
The companies and government agencies participating in this event are actively seeking military-experienced candidates. Your conversations will be in the form of electronic text chats, giving you and recruiters the opportunity to determine whether there is a potential fit.
-When: Wednesday, November 18, 12 p.m. – 4 p.m. EST
-Cost: Free
This event is open to all officers, enlisted, active duty, Guard and Reserve, former, and retired servicemembers. For more information, visit www.moaa.org/careerfair

 

And Tuesday, November 10, 2015 for details see the Job Seeker Flyer 2015

2015 Veterans Day (week) events

Tompkins County Veterans Day Parade

Sunday 8 November – 2 PM @ Titus Street to the VFW on State Street

www.veteransdayparadetompkins.org

 

Ithaca College 13th Annual Veterans Day Celebration

Tuesday 10 November – Noon to 1 PM @ Ford Hall in the Whalen Center

Keynote address by retired U.S. Navy Master Chief Hospital Corpsman Larry DeGreif

www.ithaca.edu/news/releases/community-invited-to-honor-veterans-at-ithaca-college-celebration-40402

 

Cornell University Veterans Day Remembrance Ceremony

Wednesday 11 November – 3-4 PM @ Barton Hall

Remarks by Michael S. Hall MG, USAF (Retired)

Light refreshments will be served. There will be a chance to visit the Wortham Museum. CTLC will offer opportunities to try out the high climbing elements after the ceremony.

Cornell Veterans Day Event flyer

 

WOD with Warriors – Team RWB workout

Thursday 12 November – 3:45 – 4:30 PM – Barton Hall

http://www.teamrwb.org/get-involved/wodwithwarriors

https://www.facebook.com/events/1645931998957291/

Veteran mentoring and teambuilding

You’re invited!  Meet Cornell veterans and military families through a day of fun and engaging familiarization activities, some low level challenges and some high elements at the Hoffman Challenge Course.  The elements and course activities are designed to promote team building and familiarization among diverse groups and inspire connections that will last beyond the day’s activities.  Participating in a day of activities will not only be fun but help you engage with veterans at Cornell and “break the ice”.  The invitation is extended to family members/partners and children over 10 to participate in the challenge course.  All are invited to a networking picnic social at 2:00 PM to meet other military families at Cornell.  Please respond to me directly with questions.

Date:  Saturday, November 14, 2015

Time:  9:00 AM to 2:00 PM challenge course, 2:00 to 4:00 PM picnic

Where:  Hoffman Challenge Course, 466 Mount Pleasant Road, Ithaca, NY 14850 (directions at: http://ctlc.cornell.edu/hcc)

RSVP: No later than November 4th, 2015 to Emily Franco at eaf11@cornell.edu.  Space is limited.

This event is sponsored by the Cornell Undergraduate Veterans Association, the Cornell Team and Leadership Center, the Office of Academic Diversity Initiatives, the Cornell Veterans Colleague Network Group, and Team RWB-Ithaca so there is no cost to attend.

Undergraduate Veteran Mentoring and Team Building invite

Undergraduate Trauma Research Training Program

Now recruiting Veterans (and a limited number of non-Veterans) who are undergraduates to participate in new program sponsored by the National Science Foundation; students earn $3,000 through participation.

The Department of Public Health, Food Studies and Nutrition is pleased to announce a program for undergraduate Veterans interested in becoming trauma researchers.

full details and application info @ SU | Falk College | Trauma Research.