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DOL is Hosting Military Spouse Appreciation Day on May 6, 2021

By OutSolve - May 3, 2021 9:12:08 AM - 2 MINS READ

The DOL’s Women Bureau, VETS and Joining Forces are participating in the event

The Department of Labor’s Women’s Bureau, the Veterans’ Employment and Training Service, and Joining Forces are hosting a Military Spouse Appreciation Day. Joining Forces is a White House initiative to support military families, which includes: families of service members and veterans, caregivers and survivors.

During the session, they will share resources that make a difference in improving job opportunities, wages and benefits for military spouses.

Date:                      Thursday, May 6th

Time:                     3:00 – 4:30 p.m. eastern time

Where:                  WebEx

Attendees:           Military spouses and all those who advocate on their behalf

Facilitator:           Wendy Chun-Hoon - Director, Women’s Bureau

Speakers will address the following topics:

  • What the American Jobs Plan means for military families,
  • Civil service employment and military spouse hiring authority,
  • Finding work during a pandemic,
  • Childcare and caregiving concerns of military families, and
  • What the American Jobs Plan and American Families Plan mean for military families.

Each registrant will receive their WebEx login information separately. Space is limited, so register today. For more information, email questions-WB@dol.gov.

OutSolve

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