Mesa Veterans Program
The Mesa Veterans Program is comprised of professionals seeking to support veterans within the
community. Dedicated to giving back to those who have served our country, this committee provides
workforce development programs, educational resources, and services pertaining to the transition between
military and civilian life.
The MVP actively works to understand the needs of Mesa’s veterans and has developed a scholarship fund
to further aid them and their families. This group also partners with non-profits, businesses, and
representatives from local and state government in order to ensure change is able to occur. Overall, this
committee invites veterans in the Mesa business community along with any other organization eager to
support and employ U.S. veterans.
When This Committee Meets
This committee meets once every two months with an agenda of topics or opportunities to engage the veterans community and businesses with an interest in veterans affairs. See upcoming meetings in the Chamber Event Calendar.
How to Be a Part of the Committee
Contact Mesa Chamber President and CEO, Sally Harrison, at firstname.lastname@example.org
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News of Interest to Mesa Vetrans Program
Thank you to all who joined us for the Mesa Veteran’s Program Committee this past June 16. The committee opened the meeting by identifying struggles each attendee have faced or have seen within our veteran community. An area of high attention and concern was in transitioning from the military into the workforce. The committee also…
Learn about the most recent trends in hiring, education and workforce development & what Mesa employers are saying they need to keep hiring! This event is hosted by the City of MesaRSVP for this event is managed through eventbrite.com About this event Hear from Trevor Stokes, CEO of the Partnership for Workforce Innovation, on the…
The Mesa Veterans Program hosted by Sally Harrison on April 21st with 16 different agencies and represented. The group had a brief presentation from Mesa Veterans Resource Center where we learned about some of the new ideas and expectations for the Vets the Center serves. The staff are creating a relaxed almost USO feel to…