NASHVILLE, TN — Operation Stand Down Tennesse will begin receiving applications for Veteran Fellowship Program on September 13.
The program provides paid civilian job experience for four months, experimental labs with local leaders and veteran mentors, and specific courses on business fundamentals from Belmont University’s Jack C. Massey College of Business.
Veteran Fellowship Program aims to assist veterans and their spouses’ transition into the civilian workforce.
Those who interested in applying for the program should meet the following requirements:
- You must be a Post-9/11 Veteran or Post-9/11 veteran spouse on terminal leave or fully exited the military by January 1 for the Spring cohort and August 1 for the Fall cohort.
- Motivated to invest time and energy in both the employment and education aspects of the program
- Able to provide own transportation to and from host employer and OSDTN’s Nashville location
Documents needed to prepare for applying to the program are including:
- a DD-214 (if you do not have a copy of your DD-214, email email@example.com for assistance), two professional references, a recent resume.
- If you’re a spouse of the veteran, a copy of your veteran spouse’s DD-214 and a marriage certificate, along with a 250 words bio, may be required.
- After completing the document, you may fill the registration form attached in this link that include the general detail and military information.
For more detailed information on the Veteran Fellowship Program, you can visit their website.
Efforts will be made to notify all candidates of their status a month prior to the start of the cohort.