Tag: Virginia Values Veterans
Over 26,000 military veterans have now been hired through the Virginia Values Veterans (V3) Program.
Virginia Values Veterans (V3) Program-certified employers have hired 20,000 veterans across Virginia since 2012.
The VAWD was awarded the Commonwealth Award by Governor Terry McAuliff at the 2016 Virginia Workforce Conference in Richmond.
Virginia businesses certified under the Virginia Values Veterans Program hired over 18,000 veterans.
Dominion Resources & Dominion Charity Classic name Virginia Values Veterans as beneficiary of tournament’s proceeds
Dominion Resources, Inc., the title sponsor of the Dominion Charity Classic, announced today that the Virginia Values Veterans (V3) program has been selected as the event’s beneficiary of the tournament’s proceeds.
Virginia Tech has been awarded a statewide Virginia Values Veterans (V3) Governor’s Award for hiring more veterans than any other state agency in the Commonwealth of Virginia. There are 65 state agencies, including 39 colleges and universities.
Governor Terry McAuliffe recognized Virginia businesses for their ongoing commitment to creating employment opportunities for Virginia’s veterans.
Today, at the second annual Virginia Values Veterans (V3) Summit, Governor Terry McAuliffe announced that the Department of Veterans Services’ Virginia Values Veterans Program (V3) has certified 213 Virginia employers at the completion of its second year.
Today, Attorney General Mark R. Herring announced that he will sign “The Patriot Pledge,” committing to hiring more Virginia veterans, and will begin the process of making the Office of Attorney General a certified “Virginia Values Veterans” employer.
Governor Terry McAuliffe has tasked Secretary of Veterans and Defense Affairs John Harvey and Secretary of Health and Human Resources Bill Hazel to with Veterans Administration hospitals across Virginia to ensure Virginia veterans and their families have access to the critical services they need to enhance their health and well being.