Stand-To Veteran Leadership Program
Developing the skills of those who serve our nation's veterans and helping increase their impact.
Non-profit organizations self-identifying as serving veterans and their families
80% of veteran-serving non-profit organizations generate less than $100K of revenue annually
Serving Our Post-9/11 VeteransResearch on leading practices among veteran-serving non-profit organizations and their funders
Stand-To: Advancing Veteran Health and Wellbeing, Education, and Employment
Case Studies on Veteran-Serving Non-Profit OrganizationsAn in-depth look at 24 veteran-serving nonprofits
Stand-To – A National Veterans Convening
“By supporting and enabling our nation’s warriors in their new missions as civilians, we unleash the potential of a generation of resourceful, determined, and experienced leaders – for the good of our vets, and our country.” —President George W. Bush
The Bush Institute is committed to improving transition and outcomes for post-9/11 veterans and their families.
Learnings from our collective impact work and our 2017 national convening lead to the creation of the Stand-To Veteran Leadership Program -- a program aimed at individuals from diverse sectors across the country who are motivated to increase their impact in helping our nation's veterans.
Government programs and initiatives, more than 45,000 philanthropic organizations, corporations, and millions of individuals are committed to improving veterans' quality of life. By honing participants' leadership skills, enhancing their network, and advancing individual projects, the program will empower those who are responsible for implementing the programs and policies.
Founding Program Underwriter
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We Must Remember on Memorial Day
How a Community in New Orleans is Helping Veterans Transition
An Example for Others
Stand-To: A Long Journey Traveled…and It’s Only The Beginning
ICYMI: President and Mrs. Bush Commemorate Veterans Day in Philadelphia
Veterans: The Strength of Our Nation
"It Was My Duty To Serve"
Motivated by my Fellow Veteran Leadership Scholars