Since their founding 15 years ago, the two organizations - Corporate America Supports You
(CASY) and Military Spouse Corporate Career Network (MSCCN) - have placed military job seekers into positions that pay an average of over $60,000, which exceeds the national median annual income of $46,800, according to the U.S.
* After registering, post job openings through the Corporate America Supports You
confidential online portal.
Chad Atkinson walks with his family in the fourth annual America Supports You
A former attorney for a Defense Department information agency accused officials from Stars and Stripes, the military newspaper, and the Pentagon of improper actions related to the America Supports You
"Our Military Kids" was one of the first members of America Supports You
, a Defense Department program that uniquely partners with private citizens and corporations to help meet the needs of our service members.
* Working with Operation Homefront and America Supports You
to host "Operation Christmas," an effort to brighten Christmas for military families with loved ones deployed overseas.
Bookseller Barnes & Noble Inc (NYSE: BKS) has revealed that it has donated over 300,000 books and other items to America Supports You
homefront non-profit groups and military-support organisations around the US.
But often, people don't know what soldiers need, High on the list are phone cards, toiletries, DVDs, and snacks, For a list of 225 charities that benefit the troops, check out the America Supports You
Web site at americasupportsyou.mil.
For a time, we supported the America Supports You
Web site, which provided an opportunity for citizens to send messages to servicemen and women.
I'd like to make you aware of the DOD-sponsored website, "America Supports You
." One of its links allows the public to send messages to our service men and women.
"America Supports You
" is designed to gather information about the activities and programs Americans have launched to show support and, most importantly, to ensure they and their families know about it, said Charles Abell, principal deputy undersecretary of defense for personnel and readiness.