Increase Community Engagement Around the Holidays

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Military connected individuals exude a desire to volunteer and give back. This is why they joined the service in the first place and this characteristic does not fade when they transition out of the military. According to the America’s Warrior Partnership Community Integration Survey, the top 3 resources veterans are seeking are opportunities to participate in recreational activities, to connect …

Accountability for Veteran Employees – Department of Labor Medallion Program

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By: Joshua Wilson, Corporate Relationship Manager America’s Warrior Partnership is a proud recipient of the highest award (Platinum) from the Department of Labor for leading in hiring and retaining veterans. This award was created by the Federal government to recognize the efforts of businesses and organizations that hire and retain a certain threshold of veterans and provide dedicated resources to the …

Corporate Best Practices: Reflections from the 2019 Corporate Workshop and Symposium

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By: Joshua Wilson, Corporate Relationship Manager Potent Volunteers, Powerful leaders, and Passionate Advocates from all walks of life, some grizzled and others steaming with vicious excitement, representing every branch of service, and from every type of industry, gather together once a year to discuss and celebrate military service and the state of military affairs. The Symposium event provides a venue for …

The Self-Assessment as a Mindfulness Tool 

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Research indicates that individuals are pretty terrible at self-appraisals and it is fairly apparent that they aren’t very much fun, so why on Earth would we make a self-assessment for busy corporations?  To put it in a single statement: we want to educate companies on how to be better military advocates. We designed the Corporate Self-Assessment in such a way that if, under the worst …

America’s Warrior Partnership seeks consultation from world renown expert in employment retention, Georgetown University’s McDonough school of business Senior Associate Dean Brooks Holtom 

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Dr. Holtom has spent well over two decades researching how organizations develop and retain social capital. His publications have been featured in prestigious academic journals such as the Academy of Management and in national press such as the New York Times and Wall Street Journal. Additionally, he has served as a consultant for industry titans like Microsoft and Capital One. His consultancy has aided public institutions such as …