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tytiania904 views

How long do a women have to stay in the army

#women in the army #veterans

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Benjamin589 views

For the military veterans, what do you wish you could have done differently before enlistment? Any regrets, lessons, thoughts for future service members?

#Veterans #Military

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Mikenna3111 views

What is it called when people work with exotic animals?

I'm considering the fact that I want to work with animals from exotic places but don't know where to look or start. #veterinary #veterans

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My dad's a single, disabled veteran and we live on 836 a month. what would be the best way to apply for scholarships and grants?

I'm trying to get the money together so i can start college in FL, it's 54,000 for the whole course and im just trying to figure out the best way to approach this situation. I'm the oldest of my siblings and relatively new to this. I want to set the example and be able to help my younger siblings if they choose to go to college as well. #scholarships #grants #florida #veterans #disability #single-parent

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Risa1070 views

How do I best prepare myself to not only be an effective, professional, and successful worker but leader?

I'm currently unsure of what exactly I want to do in the future, but I have a heart for at-risk, underrepresented, vulnerable populations, preferably somewhere out of the country. This, however, is a rather broad umbrella topic and I hope to find that career for me through various opportunities and leadership roles. And I don't mean I want to be successfully financially, although that would be nice; success to means when you are happy with who you are, what you do, and bring happiness to people around you. I haven't quite figured out what I want to do but I'm hopeful! And in the meantime, I want to know how I can better foster my leadership style, how to maintain professionalism and how to be an effective leader and team player! #volunteering #volunteer #service #leader #veterans #homeless #outdoor #undecided

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Emily967 views

If I wanted to become a prosthetist, what should I major in for under grad?

I've considered becoming a prosthetist, but that is only offered at the Master's level. What type of undergrad major should I be looking to get to go on for grad school for prosthetics? #health #prosthetics #veterans #orthotics #hospital #medicine #college #hospital-and-health-care

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