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American Freedom Foundation to hold veterans hiring event at VBC August 11

HUNTSVILLE – The American Freedom Foundation is planning their host their first live in-person veterans hiring event in over a year and a half next month, called “Your Next Mission™ Huntsville SMD 2021” (formerly “Warriors To The Workforce”).

Presented in association with Still Serving Veterans and in conjunction with the 2021 Space & Mission Defenses Symposium (SMD), “Your Next Mission Huntsville SMD 2021” will be held on Wednesday, Aug. 11, from 1-3 p.m. in East Hall #1 of the Von Braun Center in Huntsville.

“Your Next Mission™ Huntsville SMD 2021” is part of the American Freedom Foundation’s nationwide initiative to help our Veterans, transitioning military service members and military spouses find meaningful employment and provide assistance transitioning from military to civilian life.

The event will include:
*Resume review presented by Still Serving Veterans.
*Photo head shots by Portraits by Paige from 1000-1330
*A livestream “Your Next Mission™” podcast with host 12th SMA (R) Jack L. Tilley

Attendance is free for veterans, military service members and military spouses.

To learn more about “Your Next Mission™ Huntsville SMD 2021”, go to www.huntsville2021.yournextmission.org.

Some of the companies who have committed to participate are:

AAFES
Averitt Express
Bevilacqua Research Corporation (BRC)
Canvas, Inc.
ERC
First Command Financial Services
General Dynamics OTS
Grand Canyon University
Integration Innovation, Inc. (i3)
Intuitive Research and Technology
Jacobs Engineering Group/MDA
KBR
Northrop Grumman
PeopleTec
Pinnacle Solutions
Purdue University Global
Radiance Technologies
Redstone Federal Credit Union
SES
SimTech
Still Serving Veterans
Teledyne Brown Engineering
Tyonek
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers
Verity Integrated Systems

 

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