Promoting careers in the crane, rigging and specialized transport industry
Lift & Move USA is an industry-led initiative to address the skills gap in the USA's crane, rigging and specialized transport sectors. Companies are looking for mechanics, riggers, equipment operators and many other roles, and there are great career opportunities for those willing to learn and work hard. The centrepiece of the program is regular events around the country, hosted by major players in the industry, that showcase the opportunities to build rewarding and successful careers.
The program is aimed at high school and college students as well as Veterans, and events will typically be attended by between 250 and 700 students. Lift & Move USA and the hosts reach out to local schools and colleges and other organisations before each event.
Lift & Move USA is an industry-led initiative to address the skills gap in the USA's crane, rigging and specialized transport sectors. Lift & Move USA will provide you with all the information and contacts you need to plan a career in this exciting industry.
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A Soldier Without a Uniform
A special recognition for donations of $500 or more by individuals or institutions given in honor of a Veteran or group of Veterans is available from the Lake County Veterans and Family Services Foundation. It is called the Circle of Honor, and the first member of this esteemed group of warrior-heroes is Pete Lane made possible by the generous donations of the Koziol Family Foundation to the Soldier Pete Peer Support Specialist scholarship fund. Joining Soldier Pete are Vietnam Veterans Michael D. Bohrman and Kenneth B. Luttel and SSGT Frank P. Jaros for anonymous donations made in their memory to the Foundation's General Fund. To make a donation in the name of your Veteran, click here.
Lake County Veterans and Family Services Foundation is pleased to offer scholarships for Equine Therapy that are available for qualified applicants. Each scholarship is for 8 therapuetic sessions conducted at nationally recognized Horsefeathers Therapeutic Riding Center in Lake Forest and clinically supervised and delivered by Urban Balance of Denver, Colorado. This proven and unique alternative therapy for various behavioral issues is conducted by certified clinicians and trainers. The special offer of free therapy is available to Veterans and/or members of Veteran Families. The scholarships have been granted to Lake County Veterans and Family Services Foundation through the generosity of Koziol Family Foundation.
Anyone interested in applying for an Equine Therapuetic Scholarship should contact Lake County Veterans and Family Services through our website at: www.lakevetsfound.org, or call us at 847-986-4622.
We need your help in the fight to pass The Purple Heart Heroes Act of 2015 (H.R. 3963), which provides tax relief on food, water, and clothing to Veterans who have been wounded and disabled in defense of our country. H.R. 3963 extends commissary privileges to Veterans who have been wounded and disabled by enemy combatants Please ask your U.S. Congressman to Co-Sponsor the Purple Heart Heroes Act of 2015, TODAY!
PLEASE SUPPORT THE MISSION BY:
1. Finding your representative by entering your zip code in the upper right hand corner of the House site http://www.house.gov.
2. Call your Congressman's DC office and ask to speak with their veterans liaison. Plan a meeting or conference call with your Congressman, and ask him or her to stand up for our wounded veterans by Co-Sponsoring H.R. 3963 with Congressman Bob Dold of Illinois' 10th Congressional District.
3. MOST IMPORTANTLY, every call influences your Congressman! Pleasespread this plea to anyone who you know will stand up for our Veterans! The mission is to go VIRAL!
We are grateful for the contribution of North Shore Sign Company to helping the Veterans of Lake County