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Kansas launches jobs, education site for veterans

(AP) — A new website has been launched by the state of Kansas to help link military veterans with educational and employment opportunities.Screen Shot 2013-07-03 at 5.31.35 AM

The new KanVet site was announced this week by Gov. Sam Brownback and Maj. Gen. Lee Tafanelli, state adjutant general. It’s aimed at active duty veterans, as well as members of the National Guard.

Veterans will be able to use the site to find information about educational opportunities in Kansas, including lists of schools and links to scholarship programs.

The employment portion offers links to state agencies, the Kansas National Guard, career fairs and information about starting a business.

Other information about services and programs and veterans can be found through a link on the site to the Kansas Commission on Veterans Affairs.

 

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  • What?

    Doesn’t sound like anything great or of benefit. The soldiers could look all of that information up on their own, or ask the VA. Just another attempt by Brownbutt to look busy. GO TO WORK stop trying to look busy.