Remembering 9/11…20 years later
The costly Afghanistan war was not without human sacrifice…a heartfelt loss of US military men and women lives. As the history books reflect on the post 9/11 era, service members and their families will be remembered as American patriots whose sacrifice and dedication to the values of our country will be singled out and revered for a long time.
In recent AZ Family channel 3 interview concerning the Afghan war, a severely injured patriot, lost both of his legs due to an IED (improvised explosive device) and suffered other injuries, offered a message of comfort to families of the fallen…“because of their loss and sacrifice, there are others that get to come home to their families and loved ones. I hope that they know that it is not ever for nothing”, said Ian Parkinson, US Army Sgt. (Ret.) and S.E.E.4VETS Board member.
Remembering 9/11...20 years later
To accelerate the support of men and women who have served our nation in uniform as productive members of the civilian community, including the pursuit of academic or certification goals, and greater opportunity to succeed and advance in the workplace.
S.E.E.4VETS collaborates with community colleges in shaping and implementing programs that tend to inspire student veterans to “persist and advance” in their school work. Funds we grant these colleges, facilitate and sustain their veteran-centric academic and non-academic support programs.
Bridge funding for students enrolled in Veteran Upward Bound Projects.
Tutoring Programs, veteran centers, and scholarships.
Support for “access funds” programs which offset overall financial burden for student veterans in need.
Vets-Helping-Vets pre-employment program.
Charles Schwab Cup Championship
SEE4Vets has been approved to participate in the Tickets FORE Charity program…will receive 100% of the net proceeds of each $30 ticket sold…order online or download order form.
November 11 thru 14, 2021
Good Any one Day Ground Tickets – $30
Phoenix Country Club, Phoenix
I am so grateful for this scholarship and your support. As new veteran and a new mother that works and goes to school, this scholarship is of tremendous assistance to me in helping to achieve my goals.
Having served my country for twenty years, it’s refreshing to know that I am being acknowledges for my service. Being a disabled veteran, the funds that I will receive will help make ends meet in my household. I can’t express how grateful I am.
I sincerely appreciate this scholarship and words cannot accurately describe my appreciation, gratitude, and gratefulness for receiving this scholarship.
S.E.E.4Vets is honored to have an elite-team of distinguished group of men and women to provide leadership and governance to the organization’s direction and growth. Its business model, which requires talent and expertise beyond that of a typical public charity, is a results-driven organization. As a premier performer, true to its mission, S.E.E.4VETS exacts measured steps to leverage every dollar to benefit student veterans at community colleges.
CHAIRMAN OF THE BOARD
Vern M. “Rusty” Findley
VICE CHAIRMAN OF THE BOARD
Thomas “Tex” Mascot