Newport News, Virginia – IVET Solutions is making some big moves enter 2016 with the launch of their new radio show IVET HOUR, redesigned live classes, E-journal access, and foundation base scholarship program.

IVET plans to involve the community by opening the doors to voice their opinions and concerns with the current military problems. The focus in 2016 will help involve all organizations to finally come together to find the solutions that the community needs. 

IVET Solutions is now being led by Senior Leader Gerald (Jerry) Gochenour, who plans  to continue in the efforts helping active duty, Veterans, spouses and children. The focus of IVET  Solutions will remain helping unite all military organizations to enhance the voice of the military community. “We are so excited for this new year. We have so much going on and our organization is looking for any help we can get. With the radio show and classes beginning in a just a couple months, we are looking for volunteers and sponsors to help IVET Solutions achieve all the goals we set at the beginning of the year. Our scholarship program has taken off since 2015, we hope to help more students and spouses reach the academic success that they deserve. Our focus is to build the right programs for the military community to insure that we are helping the people that need it most,” said Stephanie Lara, Producer at IVET Solutions. 

The radio show, IVET Hour will be live on the Heroes Media Group Network,  every Wednesday at 5:00 P.M.-6:00 P.M. starting February 3rd. The IVET Hour will have a variety of hosts and guests to create awareness of the real issues going on with active duty, Veterans, and the whole military community.

If you are interested in being on the show or sponsoring the IVET Hour, please email ivetcloud@gmail.com

IVET Solutions is currently redesigning live classes in the Virginia area, to focus on the skills that Veterans are currently needing the most. IVET has created surveys and help Veterans voice their own opinions on what skills and certifications they need to achieve the careers they deserve. The commentary we receive will also go towards the IVET Solutions E-journal, which will be based on all the conversations, stories, and advice from the military community. The E-journal will be published every 6-months and will be free to access on the IVET Solutions website.  

In 2015, IVET Solutions was able to award two scholarships to spouses in the community to help further their education. This year IVET wants to expand this program by awarding four scholarships for the Fall semester to spouses and children. This program will be funded by money raised by events in the spring and by direct donations to the scholarship foundation located on the IVET Solutions website, please click here to donate today.    

IVET Solutions is always looking for volunteers across the United States. If you are interested in becoming part of the IVET team, please email information@ivetsolutions.org

For more information make sure to check out the IVET Solutions website

About IVET Solutions:

IVET Solutions is a registered 501C-3 non-profit organization that is recognized as a prominent leader in military transition, leader development, career choice, resiliency, and integration into business culture.  They are building the largest military social community in the nation by engaging leaders, businesses, and communities to join a mutually supportive online crowd set.  IVET has been recognized as the Partner of the Year by the Virginia Manufacturing association for their innovative approach for getting former military and their family members into advanced manufacturing. 

IVET has also created the first of its kind scholarship fund to support spouses and children of disadvantaged military families. Our supporters and content providers include The Prudential Foundation, Franklin Covey, Profiles International, Bank of America, Northwest Mutual, Bosh Corporation, Bass Tracker Boats, Spectrum, Liberty University, Tidewater Community College, Winning the Training Game, Virginia Department of Veteran Services, and multiple regional workforce development boards.

Press Contact:

Stephanie Lara
Cell: 512-924-2391
stephanie.lara@ivetsolutions.org

Media Contact
Company Name: Institute for Veterans Education and Training
Contact Person: Jamilia B. Shipman
Email: jamilia.shipman@ivetsolutions.org
Phone: 703-867-2164, 757-806-3838
Address:11815 Fountain Way, Suite 300
City: Newport News
State: Virginia
Country: United States
Website: www.ivetsolutions.org

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