May 16, 2015, 11am to 3pm
Penny Lane’s Rainbow Room, 15314 Rayne Street, North Hills, CA
Sponsored by VHATs Inc. Learn about federal benefits for veterans, their families and survivors. Learn what are the necessary steps, and get help applying for benefits. Important documents to bring: Veterans DD214 or DD215; children’s birth certificates or adoption papers; veteran death certificate to determine survivor benefits. VHATS
Thursday May 28, 9am to 1pm, Pacoima Employment Development Office, 11623 Glenoaks Blvd., Pacoima
U.S. Rep. Tony Cárdenas Invites you to learn about Resources Available for Military Veterans !
– Learn about resource systems available
– Guest Speakers from Local Veterans Groups
– Talk to reps from the VA and Veteran Volunteer Groups
QUESTIONS ?? Call or E-Mail us – 818-781-7407 / CardenasVets@mail.house.gov
Let’s grab some food and beverages – Military Women Social Meetup , Friday, May 1, 2015, 6:30 PM. Commonwealth Restaurant, 222 S. Glenoaks Blvd. Burbank, CA Hosted by Megan R. (Female Veteran Advisory Commitee Member)
GORUCK Light – Military Women Social Meetup , Saturday, May 2, 2015, 2:00 PM. Hosted by Megan R. (Female Veteran Advisory Commitee Member) And theGORUCK page link is here for more information.
Our Military Women Empowerment Conference: Saturday, April 11, 2015, 9:30 AM to 3:00 PM at the YWCA of Glendale , 735 East Lexington Drive, Glendale, CA (map). Wellness and Financial Workshops and skill building for making decisions under stress. Free lunch, $15 gas cards to first 7 women who register. For more information see our Meetup Page and join our meetup group for invitations to all our future events!
We’re bringing the community together to get veterans working! Attend a Job Fair on Thursday March 19, 2015 at the McCambridge recreation Center in Burbank. For further information, contact the Burbank Workforce Connection at (818) 238-5627. We’ll also post more information here as it becomes available.
Our goal is to unite community organizations such as the Verdugo Job Center, the local colleges and their veterans’ programs, veterans’ service organizations and community organizations like the YWCA to support the specific needs of women veterans returning to civilian work and life. Our success depends on women veterans themselves getting together and getting involved to determine what resources are needed and available for their job searches. This will be about communicating, sharing and working together to help insure that every female veteran finds the help she needs to 1. land a job that meets her needs 2. find assistance in balancing work and life 3. receive job training that is available to make her job-ready.
This is a new site for women veterans in Los Angeles County. The Verdugo Job Center, Glendale YWCA and Verdugo Wellness Center have assembled a military women advisory board to facilitate events, meetups, resources for military women. We have resources to offer job training, career counseling and work-life support. But most important, all of this will be an opportunity for women who have served, or are serving, in our military to connect with each other and help each other navigate the worlds of work, health and life.