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Dear veterans, job-seekers, and veteran students, The people returning from duty in Iraq and Afghanistan are looking for opportunities for jobs and education. They're also seeking to re-integrate into mainstream society. With social networking, there are many ways to feel understood, appreciated, and to broadcast your skills:
If your job was eliminated while you were deployed, or you're out of work, the Veterans Employment Coordination Service (VECS) may be able to help.
The Student Veterans of America recently formed to create a coalition of student veterans groups from college campuses across the US. They have a Facebook page and one on LinkedIn.
Also on Facebook is the Operation Vets page that serves as a support network for veterans, their families and civilian supporters.
Have a good idea for a business, or starting one, but you're not sure how social networking can help promote it? Monte Enbysk knows.
The VA has a blog for returning service members. Latest topics include what we should call our newest vets. Join the conversation. Want to start a blog?
For those that qualify, the new GI Bill may provide tuition, fees, parking permit, small stipend, educational aids (computer or software), and a monthly housing stipend.