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    2015 National Conference

    January 8th-11th in San Antonio, TX, veteran voices from around the country will gather for change. Register here.
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    University of Memphis

    Working in conjunction with the Veteran's Resource Center to support the transition from military life to civilian lifeLearn More

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    Student Veterans of America unveils its first national art competition for student veterans. Learn More


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The 2015 National Conference

January 8-11th in San Antonio, Texas, voices in education and policy from across the nation will gather to inform and empower your education and career.
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Warpaint Final

SVA announces the First National Art Competion for Student Veterans

WASHINGTON, D.C. - SVA is pleased to announce the launch of its first national art competition, 'Student Veterans of America Present: Warpaint'.
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A letter from the VA Secretary

At the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA), we have one of the most noble and inspiring missions in Government.
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The Concert for Valor

Student Veterans of America is proud to join Starbucks, HBO and JP Morgan Chase in honoring America’s servicemen and women with THE CONCERT FOR VALOR
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Casey NewsDiverse and Experienced Talent Joins Board

General George Casey joins SVA's Board of Directors after previously serving two years on SVA's Honorary Board of Advisors. SVA also announced the addition of seven new leaders from the armed forces, education, non-profit, and corporate sectors to the Honorary Board of Advisors.



Raytheon Patriot Scholarship

Student Veterans of America and Raytheon Integrated Defense Systems have partnered to provide two $10,000 scholarships to student veterans pursuing and undergraduate or graduate degree at an accredited four-year college or university.
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