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Brandman University Hosts Reboot Workshop

The transition back to civilian life can be a difficult challenge for military personnel, especially for younger military service members who were deployed on the war front multiple times in places like Iraq and Afghanistan. Recognizing the critical need for assistance, National Veterans Transition Services, Inc. (NVTSI) has announced the Orange County location for REBOOT™, a comprehensive, three-week workshop that guides service members through the transition into all aspects of civilian life, including employment assistance upon completion.

WHEN: Workshop begins September 17, 2012 (register quickly – seating is limited)
WHERE: Brandman University, Irvine Campus, 16355 Laguna Canyon Rd.

REBOOT is being offered at the Brandman University Irvine Campus. It is free to veterans and active duty personnel in Orange County, thanks to a partnership with the Orange County Community Foundation, Brandman University and the Patriot Group. Seating is limited. To register, visit

“We are very proud to serve as a sponsor for the REBOOT workshops in Orange County,” said Sgt. Major (retired) USMC Chermaine Harrell, Director of Military Relations at Brandman. “We have a long and rich history of serving military students at Brandman so it just makes sense for us to host this vital resource for veterans in our community. Having made the transition after serving for 26 years in the Marine Corps myself, I know how crucial this type of support is for service members concluding their service to our nation.”

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