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Please read this inspiring story on how this #veteran lost his limbs and got his life back. It particularly serves as inspiration to us on why we do the work that we do: To help our service members who risked their lives for our country. Pay it forward, check in on a veteran you know and listen to them, make donations to veterans’ groups, and volunteer. So important to #supportourtroops
In 2010, I lost all four limbs to an IED. Six years later, I got new arms, and now I’m getting my life back.
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Thinking of starting your own business? Check out this success story of a #womanveteran who started her own gym in southern California for some inspiration.
Veterans are 45 percent more likely to start their own businesses than non-military citizens, according to the Small Business Administration.
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To all of our job seeking veterans in the northern California area, don't miss out on this upcoming job fair in Sacramento from RecruitMilitary on January 19th.
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While a lot of great VSO's specifically dedicated to #womenveterans exist today, this wasn't always the case. Read the story below remembering the life of Jeannie Dicks, a veteran of the U.S. Navy who co-founded one of the nation's first advocacy groups for female service members.
Jeannie Dicks, who died December 31, 2016, co-founded WAVES National, an organization for women who served in the military during and after World War II.
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We're proud of our success in 2016! Check out our newsletter for January here:
http://ow.ly/2vC43085SlL #ACPatWork
"I have very much enjoyed my time with Travis because his proverbial glass is half-full. Even though he's come to the end of a long and distinguished career in the U.S. Air Force, he's just as excited about his future as a recent college graduate." -Aon Mentor Todd Walters, Portland, OR ...
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Happy Friday #veteran community! For those who are job searching, mark this career fair being held in NYC on your calendars. It takes place Thursday, 3/9 from 11:00 AM -- 3:00 PM EST. Register here: http://ow.ly/T7wY307YJss
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Here are some good habits to put into practice so that you're more productive at work. Our favorite habit and one that we value a lot at ACP is to work as a team.

"Working as a team makes the day go by faster and it also allows you to get to know your co-workers. Working with one another makes it easy for everyone to meet their respective deadlines. While everyone will have projects that are their sole responsibility, you can always lend a hand to others when your work is complete."
Creating positive work habits will consistently help you boost your productivity. Here are 12 habits that have stood the test of time.
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"Success is a continuous journey." You must keep pushing and improving yourself each step of the way. This is a lesson Richard St. John shares with us in this TedTalk.
In his typically candid style, Richard St. John reminds us that success is not a one-way street, but a constant journey. He uses the story of his business' rise and fall to illustrate a valuable lesson — when we stop trying, we fail.
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If you are a veteran interested in small business, check out these nine resources for veteran small business owners compiled by Jami, an Advisor on ACP AdvisorNet.
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Interesting article on 5 things #veterans should know when starting to transition out of the military and begin their civilian job search. "Your ability to be challenging and honest with yourself will make the most critical difference in narrowing your job search (rather than “boiling the ocean”) and finding a job that will make you fulfilled.
In interviews with dozens of veterans, the author found 5 things that kept coming up about transitioning from the military to a civilian career.
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Connecting US Veterans to Business Leaders through Nationwide Mentoring and ACP AdvisorNet
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American Corporate Partners (ACP) is a non-profit organization dedicated to helping military veterans transition from the armed services to the civilian workforce through two free programs: a Nationwide Mentoring Program and ACP AdvisorNet.
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