MVPvets, a local nonprofit organization that assists and prepares transitioning military veterans for meaningful employment in life science companies, launched a new virtual training series to address the need for pathways to employment.
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MVPvets, a local nonprofit organization that assists and prepares transitioning military veterans for meaningful employment in life science companies, has just announced a new online training program to address the need for pathways to employment.
Retired Marine Corps Capt. Derek Herrera has been appointed chairman of the board of local nonprofit MVPvets — which helps employ veterans at science and medical device companies — it was announced Wednesday.
Col. Gregory Gadson is a graduate of the United States Military Academy at West Point and served as an Army officer for 25 years. Greg served in every major conflict of the past two decades
MVPvets newly appointed Chairman of the Board of Directors, Derek Herrera, joins KUSI News for a live interview to discuss veteran unemployment related to COVID-19
SVA has created a new Economic Opportunity Resources page, working with their partners to provide economic, employment, and professional development resources for students affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Official Release – Boston, MA: MVPvets Announces New Partnership with Medical Technology Company Stryker
MVPvets today announced a new partnership with the medical technology company Stryker. Stryker becomes a Silver Level Sponsor, supporting the work MVPvets does as a veteran mentoring program in Massachusetts and around the U.S. Additionally, Stryker will send two mentors to this year’s DeviceTalks event in Boston.
DeviceTalks is proud to announce today a partnership with MVPvets, a not-for-profit group that assists and prepares transitioning military veterans for meaningful employment in life science companies.
AdvaMed featured MVPvets at their 2018 MedTech Conference. Some of the MVPvets’ veterans were invited to meet with President George W. Bush.