Latest Resource: Veteran Employment Transition Roadmap

The Bush Institute’s Military Service Initiative (MSI) partnered with the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation’s Hiring Our Heroes initiative to work with a host of public, private, and non-profit sector partners to capture and consolidate the essential steps transitioning service members and veterans must take to do their part to bridge the gap between supply and demand. By clearly and concisely illustrating the employment transition process for warriors, this coalition seeks to educate, inform, empower, and call to action all key stakeholders in how they can help close the veteran employment gap and narrow the civilian-military divide.

The Bush Institute’s Military Service Initiative (MSI) honors the service and sacrifice of post-9/11 veterans and military families by bridging the civilian-military divide and fostering a successful transition and reintegration from military service to civilian life.

Through research, policy development, programs, and Presidential recognition, MSI informs, influences, and unites communities, non-profit organizations, businesses, academia, and philanthropy to maximize the health and well-being of post-9/11 veterans and military families, setting the conditions for a successful transition and their continued leadership as civilians. 

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The Bush Institute hosted its fifth annual Warrior Open at Las Colinas Country Club in Irving, Texas, this week. The golf tournament paired military veterans with professional golfers,  including such PGA stars

At the Bush Institute, we’re focused on developing leaders to take on difficult challenges; fostering policy that helps improve the quality of life for people here at home and around the world; and taking action to save lives. With this in mind, we’ve asked our Warriors about their service to our country, their experience transitioning back to civilian life and what leadership means to them. Today we’re spotlighting past participants, Captain Chris Cordova and Corporal Dave Smith.