Breaking-News Duquesne University Postpones Veterans Summit

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Thank you for your interest in the Vet Summit, originally scheduled for July, 2009.   The event has been postponed.  An update on rescheduling the Summit will be provided when available.

We want to acknowledge the significant contributions of the event advisory board, speakers, Veterans Administration and others who provided their support for this important cause.  We also want to recognize the hard work and dedication shown by Vanessa Johnson and Mary Jane Snyder. 

     

Below is a list of resources for veterans.

 

America’s Job Bank

Federal Jobs

Job Central

PA Career Link

PA Civil Service Commission

Veterans’ Center

Veterans’ Leadership Program of Western  Pennsylvania

 

Specialized Sites for Vets

DefenseLink

Military.com

Riley Guide

Transition Assistance Online

Veterans Administration

Veterans Corporation

Contact Us

Duquesne University
School of Leadership and Professional Advancement
600 Forbes Avenue
Pittsburgh, PA  15282
Phone:  1-800-283-3853
Fax:  412.396.4711
Email:  [email protected]

 

For additional information please contact

Vanessa Johnson
412.396.5464
[email protected]

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