In 2013, the Department of Defense contracted with the Small Business Administration (SBA) to create Boots to Business, a two-day step entrepreneurship program that educates the separating military member with what to do and how to get started with opening a business. Vets can register for the courses at their local transition office. Courses are taught four times a year at every local base. For more information, visit the Boots to Business website at http://boots2business.org and the SBA Boots to Business webpage.
Military Report: The Hot List
Most Popular Benefits Articles
Although help is available, beginning an agricultural career can be daunting. This group can help you pull it all together.
Now it's easier to do that last-minute gift shopping.
The plan, for active duty and reserve dependents, is giving policyholders a break
The program is part of the VA's whole health approach to care.
Women were first able to serve as permanent, regular members of the services in 1948.