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Our IT team is always ready for action!

Lyndy McLaughlin, Functional Business Analyst; Joseph Torok, IT Director; and James Powers, IT Help Desk Manager pose here during Operation Lightning Strike in Rome, NY last May.

We are thankful for our IT team at the IVMF and for all they do to keep us powered on!
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Goodyear worked with IVMF's AmericaServes program to honor a veteran’s continued service to support the veteran community. That veteran is Paul Siverson, who is a 30-year U.S. Marine Corps veteran and outreach leader for NCServes - a network of AmericaServes.

Goodyear highlighted our NCServes initiative in this video and even made a donation through their brand ambassador, Dale Earnhardt Jr.!

Thank you for your support, Goodyear!

https://www.facebook.com/GoodyearNorthAmerica/videos/1864465747127514/

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Congratulations to the 83 participants in Onward to Opportunity - Camp Pendleton's Cohort 7. Let the O2O journey begin.

Onward and Upward!
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We have very few seats left for our IVMF VetSmallBiz Growth Challenge at the Georgia Aquarium​ on March 3rd!

Register here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/vet-small-biz-growth-challenge-tickets-30035087756
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Happy Presidents' Day!

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A few seats remaining for our IVMF VetSmallBiz Growth Challenge at the Georgia Aquarium! This is an exclusive opportunity for veteran business owners who are working to grow their ventures and make meaningful connections.

Register here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/vet-small-biz-growth-challenge-tickets-30035087756
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Have you heard about the new National Veterans Resource Complex (NVRC) coming to Syracuse University?!

With the design help of SHoP Architects, the NVRC will serve as a class-leading exemplar of academic, government and community collaboration and will build upon and advance the University's already strong national leadership in the veterans' community.

The NVRC will become the enduring home of the Institute for Veterans and Military Families - IVMF and will also house the Syracuse University Office of Veteran and Military Affairs, the Regional Student Veteran Resource Center; the Army and Air Force ROTC; U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs "Vet-Success on Campus"; the National Center of Excellence for Veteran Business Ownership; and the Veteran Business Outreach Center and Accelerator.

Learn more about the NVRC at nvrc.syr.edu.
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