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information ON U.S. DEPARTMENT OF VETERANS AFFAIRS (va) EXPENDITURES, BY STATE and by COUNTY AVAILABLE here
Education and Training Partnership (AVETP)
The Arkansas Department
of Workforce Services (ADWS), in partnership with the Arkansas Community
Colleges (ACC) (formerly the Arkansas Association of Two-Year Colleges
(AATYC)), ARVets, and the Arkansas Apprenticeship Coalition (AAC) requested
funding to provide veterans with increased opportunities for assessment,
training, supportive services, employment, and retained employment in Arkansas.
Specifically, the Arkansas Veterans Education and Training Partnership (AVETP)
project will provide resources to a minimum of 450 veteran participants entered
into training programs for targeted renewable and energy efficiency industries,
healthcare professions, and other occupations that are identified as high demand
occupations in Arkansas. The term
means an individual who served in the active military, naval,
service and who was discharged or released under
conditions other than
dishonorable [WIA 101(49)].
AVETP PROGRAM flyer available here
The Arkansas Department of Veterans Affairs is here to assist you in obtaining the benefits you have rightfully earned. We feel privileged to serve the men and women who have served our country in times of war and peace.
Our goal, with this site, is to provide up-to-date and useful information for Veterans and their families on their rights and benefits, including information on the Arkansas Veterans’ homes, the state cemetery system, county offices and links to other federal and state resources.
2200 Ft. Roots Drive,
Bldg. 65, Room 119
North Little Rock, AR, 72114
Arkansas Department of Veterans Affairs (501) 683-1787