Congressional Expo for Veterans and Reservists Held at KSU
On June 1, an expo was held at Kennesaw State University for Metro Atlanta’s veterans and reservists. This free event was hosted by U.S. Senators Johnny Isakson and David Perdue and U.S. Representatives Karen Handel, Rob Woodall, Barry Loudermilk and David Scott.
Veterans and reservists took part in informational sessions, and transition workshops and had the opportunity to talk with local employers and veteran service and resource organizations.
Soldiers’ Angels offers programs and assistance to those who have served.
David Nastal, Matthew Grob and Patrick Haddock stop to pose for a picture with the event organizer, Claire Bartlett.
Ellis Hudson, Ron Bailey, Jeff Stanhagen and Holly Best share info on the Work for Warriors Georgia’s free employment assistance program offered to all veterans seeking employment.
Officer Carlos Mathis of Cobb County Police Department talks with attendees about careers in law enforcement.
Patriot Guard Riders of Georgia share their mission with expo attendees.
Captain Samuel Brown of the Georgia State Patrol shares career opportunities with transitioning veterans.
Belhaven University shares educational opportunities with attendees.
James Adkins of the Marietta Vet Center talks with veterans about counseling programs offered to them.
Photo at Top: Karen Carter, Bryce Yaklin, Mike Wilkins and Summer Folsom represent the Air Force Association, Chapter 331.
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