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Documentary - State of the VAMC - How many more veterans need to die??????

Bob CollinsSenior Videographer/Photographer-Talking Parrot Productions

A Documentary on the State of the VAMCIts documented that every day 20 veterans commit many more need to die until we get them the medical care they need. We're researching the need for a documentary showing the hardships, and difficulty's that face our wounded comrades every day.

Tell Bob your story....lets get this number to 0.

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Need 1,000 vets interested in doing documentary on VAMC!!!!!
Tell us your stories!!

City in the desert-Told of a city of Vets and families in the TX or /AZ desert,,,anyone know about this let me know!!!! Comment(7)
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Deric Hollings As though 20 Veteran suicides per day is not alarming enough, I am curious about the source of this statistic. The last statistic I heard was approximately 22 completed suicides per day (…

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Summary----Components of The McDonald’s Apprenticeship Model ---CompTIA’s National IT Apprenticeship System (NITAS)

21st Century IT Apprenticeship / Certifications / Employment Opportunities!The Role of The McDonald’s IT Project Management Pilot -- Developing a Model for 21st Century Apprenticeship -- Information Services Organization Development Manager Corporation-- Oak Brook, Illinois -- Information Services organization of McDonald’s Corporation delivered an IT Project Management Apprenticeship pilot program. The program is in association with CompTIA’s National IT Apprenticeship System (NITAS) as part of the grant from the U.S. Department of Labor. The McDonald’s pilot demonstrates how a large scale IT organization can use registered apprenticeship as a vehicle to achieve rapid and uniform competency attainment as well as productivity improvement in its IT workforce. The pilot showed the critical of producing measurable business results from apprenticeship. The McDonald’s pilot has and will continue to help the CompTIA team develop and refine its design for IT apprenticeship. This paper desc…