Salute to our Hometown Heroes
Tuesday,Aug. 19th • 5:30pm – 7:30pm
Glennpeter Jewelers Diamond Centre • 1544 Central Ave.Albany
A full-resolution download of the Job Zone Demo Video is available here (1.5Gb).
The New York National Guard Job Zone was established in November 2011 to provide a single source point of contact to facilitate the distribution of employment opportunities throughout the State of New York to our Service Members and their Families. The sources of employment come from federal, state, and civilian employers who seek the attributes associated with military service. It is also the duty of the NYNG Job Zone to partner with the Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve (ESGR) Program, Department of Labor (DOL) and the wide array of civilian employers who seek the talents of our Service Members.
The Mission of the New York National Guard Job Zone
The New York National Guard Job Zone’s primary mission is to serve as a focal point for job opportunities for our Service Members throughout New York State and facilitate employer partnering with our program, through posting of job fairs and individual employment opportunities on our website, face to face and electronic communication with employers and a constant liaison with the Department of Labor and the NYESGR Committee.
The Vision of the New York National Guard Job Zone
The goal of the New York National Guard Job Zone is to increase the number of employed, decrease the number of underemployed Service Members and their Families, and build a robust network of private businesses in support of Service Members and their Families throughout New York State.
Over one million Service Members are projected to leave the military between 2011-2018. This single data point underscores the importance of linking Veterans to critical support and outreach sources. Get more Veteran employment information here.
Enlisted Association of the National Guard of the United States
Patriot Hills of New York is very proud to have been selected as one of the charities that rose from 9/11. Over the past 5 years the National Organization has included Patriot Hills in their New Patriot Magazine. A special thank you to Enlisted Association of the National Guard of the United States. Check out page 18 for Patriot Hills.
Our program connects survivors of domestic violence to vital resources.
Patriot Hills First Psychology Intern
Patriot Hills of New York is honored to share that our amazing intern from SUNY Cobleskill will be serving our military in a new way. She will be leaving for Officer Candidate School for the Military.
We are so proud of you Christina.
2013 Annual Report
We are honored that we were featured in 3 amazing races last year, Travis Manion, Hudson Mohawk Runners Marathon and Shenendehowa HS Veteran's Day Dash.
Over the past 7 years, we have been establishing collaborations and partnerships locally and state wide. Imagine what we can do when we have our Veteran and Military Family Resource Center for transition, reintegration and therapeutic healing.
NEW PATRIOT MAGAZINE
We are honored that the Enlisted Association of the National Guard of the United States selected Patriot Hills of New York as one of the not for profits that rose up to help our returning Veterans and their families.
Check out the article from page 18-20.
9/11 Heroes Run
A Message from 9/11 Heroes Run :
Thank you for making the inaugural 9/11 Heroes Run in Saratoga Springs a great success!
We had 307 runners cross the 5k finish line and a nice showing for the 1-mile family fun run/walk. Over $15,000 was raised and after race expenses are taken out, all proceeds will go to the Travis Manion Foundation and Patriot Hills of NY, Inc.
Finish Right Timing did a great job getting everyone's chip time. The results are posted here: http://www.finishright.com/ROAD/ROAD%202013/91113.htm
Soldier Hard - Red Flags Addressing Veterans Suicide Issue (Official Video)
VA's new Hotline For Women Veterans
The Department of Veterans Affairs has launched a new hotline—1-855-VA-WOMEN (1-855-829-6636) — to receive and respond to questions from Veterans, their families and caregivers about the many VA services and resources available to women Veterans. The service began accepting calls on March 27, 2013.
“Some women Veterans may not know about high-quality VA care and services available to them,” said Secretary of Veterans Affairs Eric K. Shinseki.