Entrepreneurial SpiritJuly 5, 2018 | :
by Sholeh Patrick
There must be something about military training that is conducive to business. Veterans are 45 percent more likely to be self-employed than non-vets.
According to the U.S. Census Bureau, one in 10 small businesses is owned by a veteran, collectively generating $1.4 trillion in annual sales.
So it’s no surprise the U.S. Small Business Administration is eager to help veteran-owned businesses up and running. The SBA’s Office of Veterans Business Development’s “Boots to Business” (B2B) training is just one of several programs designed to help veterans, service-disabled vets, reserve component (and National Guard) members — or their spouses, dependents, and survivors — start or expand small businesses, and maximize potential success. The SBA also gives Veteran Advantage Loans to existing vet- or military spouse-owned businesses.
Volunteer State Community College
Veterans Affairs Certifying Official
Delta State University
Career Development/Veterans Affairs Counselor
Massasoit Community College
Director of Military Center Connections
Old Dominion University
Program Manager (Military Call Center)
San Diego Community College District