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Veteran and Military Community Events


    • 07/30/2020Virtual Lunch and Learn Flyer
      • Virtual Information Hour with Workforce Solutions Borderplex
        We will be hosting a virtual information hour with the Workforce Solutions Borderplex team on July 30th at 1 pm. This event is open to all transitioning servicemen, military spouses, and veterans looking for the next career opportunity.

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    • 2020 - early 2020
      • NEW APPRENTICESHIP PILOT FOR TRANSITIONING SERVICE MEMBERS

        New Apprenticeship Pilot for Transitioning Service MembersThe U.S. Department of Labor is pleased to announce the launch of a new Apprenticeship Pilot for transitioning service members (TSMs), hosted through the Veterans’ Employment and Training Service (VETS). Through this initiative, VETS has embedded 16 Apprenticeship Placement Counselors (APCs) at eight military installations (below) across the United States to work with TSMs interested in exploring apprenticeship as a post-separation career pathway. The APCs are providing counseling and apprenticeship preparation services to a talented pipeline of potential apprentices, which makes their primary audience a natural fit for your apprenticeship program.

        During the Pilot, APCs are assisting TSMs as they select, locate and apply for apprenticeships that are located across the nation. If you are interested in connecting your program with this Pilot, please email VETSApprenticeship@dol.gov.

        Participating Pilot Locations:

        • Army - Fort Bragg, NC; Fort Bliss, TX
        • Navy - Naval Station Norfolk, VA; Naval Station San Diego, CA
        • Air Force - Nellis AFB, NV; Travis AFB, CA
        • Marine Corps -MCAS Cherry Point, NC; MCAS Miramar, CA

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    Ft. Bliss Event Listings


    Mission Statement

    joint services color guardTo provide a voice to the city of El Paso leadership on all matters pertaining to the El Paso Veteran and Military Community.  To be an advocate for Veteran affairs and Veteran Support Organizations' initiatives while maintaining a strong relationship between Fort Bliss, the City of El Paso, and our Veteran and military community.

    Purpose

    The Division of Veteran and Military Affairs will be a liaison between the City of El Paso, Fort Bliss and other outside agencies, including but not limited to, federal, state and local Military organizations.  The office will provide guidance, direction and coordination of Regional Military Issues and Veterans related issues.
    General Duties: 

    • Serve as a Liaison for the City's Veteran Affairs Committee, Departments, Community Organizations, Businesses and Media to publicize services. Advise and assist Veterans in matters pertaining to their rights and benefits under law. 
    • Respond to requests for information and provide guidance on eligibility and entitlement requirements for federal, state, and local Veterans services, programs or benefits.
    • Counsel advise and explain to the City's large Veteran population current laws and regulations for federal, state and local Veteran's services, benefits and / or programs.