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Military Education Awareness

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The United States Institute of Applied Knowledge (USI), realizes the growing concern of jobless numbers with our Military Veterans. Many military members are facing difficulties finding a job based on military service alone, as well as transitioning from the front lines to the home-front. About 2.8 million Americans have served in uniform since 9/11, and an estimated 200,000 are unemployed, according to government numbers. Those ages 18-24 had a jobless rate of 21.4% in 2013 compared with 14.3% for their civilian counterparts. Until now, much of their applicable knowledge gained while serving the military went unrecognized, leaving many of our military uncertain of their future. Your donations will help Veterans’ career and employment marketability by giving them Bachelor or Master Level recognition. Approximately 500,000 of our Military men and women battle with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder making it hard for them to fit within a structured classroom environment and carry out a full course workload. USI has recognized the growing need to support our Veterans, uplift them and help them transition into civilian life after fighting on the frontlines of battle. For example, many of our service men and women found it very hard to concentrate in a classroom with the freshness of war still upon them. We help our Veterans and Military personnel to achieve their Bachelor or Master APC in many fields. Deservingly so, our Veterans APC programs support and recognize their military achievements. Though our “Free of Cost” Bachelor and Master APC program is free of cost to our Veterans and Military personnel, they are not free. We need your help “today” handling the growing requests from our Veterans for a USI Bachelor or Master APC. Please do not allow our non-college bound Veterans and Military members to suffer here at home as they did on the battlefield. They need our help and support. Help them to achieve their goals, get back into civilian life and restart a better life. Help our service men and women work toward a better quality of life so they feel needed, loved, supported and understood. Your generous donations will help us to help them. Together we can solve some of the most challenging issues facing our Military men and women. By showing them your financial support, you can help them get the jobs they deserve through the knowledge they have learned while in service to our country. Sincerely, United States Institute of Applied Knowledge 501 (C)(3) Educational Public Charity



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