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Veterans Career Fair to be held on the Pitt Campus, April 30, 2013

It’s never to early to start thinking about your career.
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Spotlight on Veterans

Four Pitt Student Veterans share their Career Success Stories.
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Office of Veterans Services will host an End of Term Social

Calling all veterans, military related students, and friends of OVS, please join us on Friday, April 26 at 4:30 p.m. to celebrate the end of a successful spring term.
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Join Team Pitt for Pat’s Run

Run, walk, hike or volunteer to support a great cause! April 20 in the Strip District. This event supports The Pat Tillman Foundation and its educational scholarships to support veterans, active service members, and their spouses.
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Using Chapter 33 Benefits (Post 9/11) for the summer term(s)

Student using Chapter 33 (Post 9/11) benefits can register and receive monthly housing.
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Ten Steps to a Federal Job Workshop

David Munn, a Certified Federal Job Search Trainer and Career Counselor employed at Robert Morris University will conduct this workshop on Saturday, April 13 from noon–2 p.m.
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A Representative from the Department of Veterans Affairs Will Visit the Pitt Campus on April 16, 2013

Students are invited to share their university transition experience with a VA representative.
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April 2013

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The Office of Veterans Services signs the Department of Defense Memorandum of Understanding.

The Office of Veterans Services is proud to announce that the University of Pittsburgh has signed the DOD Memorandum of Understanding effective immediately. All Federal Tuition Assistance awarded for the spring term, 2013 will remain on the student’s account. Students can contact the Office of Veterans Services at veterans.pitt.edu or call 412-624-7646 for additional information.

Are you interested in earning extra money?

The Office of Veterans Services has immediate openings for work-study positions. Students must be receiving VA benefits for the upcoming term and be registered for at least 3/4 time at Pitt to be considered for a work-study position in the OVS office. Job responsibilites include: assisting the staff with benefits processing, customer service, and other VA-related work. Students will earn a non-taxable hourly wage equal to the Federal minimum wage.

For an application or more information, please contact Dennis Renner at 412-624-7646.

Coming Next Issue:

Spotlight on Women Veterans; Memorial Day Rememberance; summer term begins

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