A special day of reverence for the grand opening of the Vietnam Veteran Memorial Park at the Museum of Flight
Seattle Rep is reaching out to all prior service members and their families to participate in their Public Works musical adaptation of As You Like It! Don’t pass this once in a lifetime opportunity up. These are low key auditions, come as you are to the general auditions or the veteran specific auditions at the Compass Housing Alliance Renton Veterans Center. Sign up for any here.
CALLING ALL MEMBERS!
In honor of the 75th anniversary of the invasion of Normandy (aka Operation Overlord), The Mission Continues is partnering with multiple agencies and veterans organizations across the PNW to remember this historic event.
All are invited to our May Monthly Muster to discuss the much anticipated grand opening of the Vietnam Veteran Memorial Park on May 25th at the Museum of Flight. We are inviting our veteran ecosystem to spread awareness of this special day of reverence.
The May monthly muster will be at South Seattle College Georgetown Campus.
6737 Corson Ave S, Seattle, WA 98108, Building B., #B124
Everyone is invited for a special concert at the Seattle Symphony that will feature compositions derived from the hearts and stories of Veterans from the the Compass Housing Alliance Shoreline Veterans Center. The concert is free and RSVP is encouraged by not required.
All are invited to the KCVC April Muster at the Seattle Vet Center to combine arms on their empowering services and to discuss the Vet Center upcoming relocation from the current location to Georgetown. Allow time to pass through light security.
The Mission Continues, Team Red, White & Blue, and Team Rubicon, along with members of the Greater Seattle community and veteran supporters come together for a day of solidarity to showcase how exercise, community, and inclusivity combine to combat mental health challenges.
On April 13, 2019, in Seattle and across the country, the Minority Veterans of America will be hosting a Right to Serve Rally to oppose the Transgender Military Ban. The intention of this rally is to build community space for our transgender service members and veterans to express themselves and find community as well as to build power through standing in solidarity with those impacted by this policy.
The Seattle Seahawks invite you to a FREE, one-of-a-kind direct hiring event. Build your professional network by engaging with hiring managers and community leaders from federal, local, and national companies. Interview assistance, resume building and onsite interviews will be available.
The Steven A. Cohen Military Family Clinic at Valley Cities provides confidential, high-quality behavioral healthcare services and local resource connection at low to no-cost and without long wait times to post-9/11 veterans (including National Guard and Reserves), their families, and the families of active duty service members including spouse or partner, children, parents, siblings, caregivers, and others.
The Future of the VA: Privatization or the Model for a US Single Payer System?
About this Event
The University of Washington (UW) Center for Health Innovation & Policy Science (CHIPS) presents its inaugural Annual Health Policy Symposium, "The Future of the VA: Privatization or the Model for a US Single Payer System?" Please join us for a timely and thought-provoking discussion followed by a period for audience questions, moderated by UW heath policy expert, Aaron Katz.
Join us at the Monthly Muster of the KCVC to build community, share ideas, and lean about the veterans peer support program at Crisis Connections Warm Line. This program provides veterans the opportunity to support other veterans with emotional and mental health challenges.
The project will produce the first new health care building on the Seattle campus since 1998.
Please RSVP to Kimberly.Langston@va.gov
Join us to learn and share promising practices for recruiting and retaining veteran talent. Veteran employment specialists, hiring managers, and those interested in supporting a system that gets veterans and their families into well-paying and rewarding jobs are invited to be part of the conversation.
Arm yourself with the skills in suicide prevention.
Come be a part of the solution to prevent suicide in WA state
In 2019, the Seattle Repertory Theatre's Public Works Seattle is partnering with Compass Housing Alliance and the greater veteran community to offer world-class acting workshops, events, and performances for veterans and families of all abilities.
Workshops are weekly and begin on Thursday, February 7th to April 11th. No ASVAB needed!
Details in this PDF Flyer
The Veterans, Seniors and Human Services Levy (VSHSL) and King County Veterans Program (KCVP) are hosting a community planning session at the KCVP Tukwila Office to receive feedback and share plans for an upcoming Request for Proposal (RFP) for three key strategies within the VSHSL Implementation Plan:
MLK Day of Service with the Seattle 1st Service Platoon of The Mission Continues
Veteran engagement for “Last of the Boys” is being coordinated in partnership with Vietnam Veterans of America (Region 8) and the King County Veterans Consortium. Please share this opportunity with your networks as we reaffirm and strengthen our commitment the Veterans, Spouses, Survivors, and Families of the Vietnam Era.
The Minority Veterans of America present the Winter event of 2018
The Seattle Stand Down, an event for Veterans, Service Members, and their families who are experiencing homelessness to get connected to resources will be at the Georgetown campus of South Seattle College (6737 Corson Ave S, Seattle, WA 98108), on December 13th and 14th, 2018. Services at the event include: employment resources, housing assistance, legal services health services, and more! Additionally, due to a partnership with King County Metro and Sound Transit all Veterans and Service Members can ride on all buses, Link Light Rail, and Sounder train for FREE to and from the event! Please share this with residents and colleagues who are a part of the veteran community.
TEDxTacoma will bring together local military families and civilians; bridging the gap between these two communities and discussing the topic of transitions. Whether military or civilian, man or woman, Hilltop or North End, how can we better orient ourselves and our neighbors in our communities, thinking, and experiences? From graduating school to becoming a parent to getting out of the military or beginning a new career path, transitions occur in all phases of life. Join us as we learn from members of our community about handling those transitions.