Project: Return To Work Inc. (R2W) attended this world class conference. Advances in modern military medicine are saving an unprecedented number of service members on the battlefield. Many of the Wounded Warriors either return to the fight or transition to civilian employment. The Department of the Navy is committed to ensuring that Wounded Warriors have […]
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The Gerrity Agency and Allstate Foundation Agency Hands in the Community Grant has contributed $1000 to Project: Return to Work! Please see the photo below of Ivan Gerrity, Agent handing $1000 check to Vance Silvia, Employment Specialist at Return to Work. To learn more, visit Ivan Gerrity Agency on Facebook.
Statistics show that our veteran unemployment is higher than their civilian counterparts. That’s why key federal and state agencies, together with numerous nongovernmental entities, have banded together to organize a three-day expo to provide needed and essential assistance to veterans and military personnel seeking employment in Colorado. The Military and Veterans Employment Expo will be […]
DENVER – Project: Return To Work (R2W) reaches out to legislators Visitors to the Colorado Governor’s Residence, known today as the “Boettcher Mansion,” were surrounded by magnificent art and pioneer artifacts, some dating back to the building’s original completion in 1908. One hundred years later, on a brisk evening in November, a varied group of […]
CONCORD, MA – Project: Return To Work (R2W) Helps Wounded Warriors Find Jobs Forty-one soldiers gathered January 07, 2009 at Hanscom Air Force Base for a Community Based Warrior Transition Unit (CBWTU). The Commander, Major Mark O’Clair, invited representatives from Project: Return to Work (R2W) to present information regarding R2W’s vocational rehabilitation services. R2W is […]
Wounded Warrior Support Groups Coming Together FORT CARSON – Project Return2Work (R2W) attends CIMS Meeting Colorado Injured Military Support (CIMS) is a local networking group of military support organizations. Over the years, the group has grown from six members to nearly fifty. CIMS meets regularly at Fort Carson to discuss ways to better address the […]
FORT CARSON, CO – Project: Return to Work (R2W) Welcomes Warriors in Transition Wounded warriors returning from Iraq or Afghanistan were welcomed home by grateful supporters. For some soldiers, the Warrior Transition Unit (WTU) is a brief stop-over during the recovery process prior to re-joining their former units or re-assignment to other details. For the […]