"More veteran business owners are finding a supportive and lucrative base in Wisconsin... As we emerge from the economic crisis of 2020, businesses – particularly veteran-owned businesses – will play a pivotal role in the recovery of our country."
"My 24-year-old son called me saying he was very worried, and he didn’t know what to do. He was in a lot of pain, had Googled his symptoms and thought he had appendicitis. I told him to get to the ER and I would meet him there..."
Even with the holiday season in full swing, many throughout the country are without their usual cheer. It can be difficult to look on the bright side, or look outside our own circle of control andcomfort.
While many of us are (understandably) focused inward, we often neglect to consider thosewho areworking tirelessly to support and defend our freedoms.
That begs the question why do many veterans stop volunteering altogether after their transition? Perhaps life in the civilian world is busier or civilian employers are less likely to support your volunteer endeavors.
Either way, volunteerism is important, not just for your community but also your personal career. Here are three ways the volunteerism can help you:
Overall, there is a lot to consider, which can be overwhelming. Many fall victim to information paralysis which can result in inaction. We’ve all been there -- just begin with the federal end of things and take baby steps...