- Join our Team for The Art of Re-integration: Veterans and the Silences of War
Details and discussion group leader application. Deadline June 8, 2018.
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Veteran Outreach Coordinator/Mission Continues Fellowship
The Mission Continues is recruiting for their Charlie Fellowship class. The Fellowship consists of establishing three quantifiable goals and committing 20 hours a week for six months to realize said goals. Benefits include a monthly living stipend, a large nationwide network of veteran leaders, and leadership curriculum. If anyone is interested in completing a Fellowship with The Mission Continues and utilizing Warrior Writers as their community service host, please start the process with The Mission Continues online ASAP and let us know you are applying. If accepted by The Mission Continues, you must then complete an application with Warrior Writers.
Warrior Writers is specifically looking for veterans who want to be Fellows in Philadelphia and NYC who will serve as Veteran Outreach Coordinators. We may consider other cities, contact us to discuss details.
U.S. Veterans Artist in Residence at Big Bend National Park
Thanks to the Big Bend Natural History Association and the National Park Service, Big Bend National Park offers two Artist in Residencies for U.S. Veterans and one open to the general public. Each has a cash stipend, house, public engagement.
Hambridge Center Veteran Fellowship
The Hambridge Center for Creative Arts and Sciences is offering a Veteran Fellowship! Hambridge will provide a $700 stipend and waives the fee for a 2 week residency for an outstanding applicant in any discipline that served in the U.S. Military. A sanctuary of time and space situated on 600 acres in the mountains of north Georgia, the Hambridge inspires individuals working in a broad range of disciplines to create works of the highest caliber.
- Apply from August 1 through September 15 for the mid-February through April residency period.
- Residency Information
The Jeff Sharlet Memorial Award for Veterans
- When: Deadline May 31, 2018
- What: This creative writing contest for U.S. military veterans and active duty personnel is hosted by The Iowa Review and made possible by a gift from the family of Jeff Sharlet (1942–69), a Vietnam veteran and antiwar writer and activist. This year's judge is Brian Turner, author My Life as a Foreign Country.
- More Info: Iowa Review
GWOT Oral History Project
- When: Deadline open
- What: Tell your story for the GWOT Oral History Project website. The purpose of the project is to record oral testimony of people who served in Iraq or Afghanistan during the wars.
- Contact: Zach Laporte, email@example.com
- More information
Narrative Inquiry in Bioethics
- When: Deadline open
- What: Call for submissions to a collection of personal stories from war veterans, Veterans' Healthcare on the Homefront, published by Johns Hopkins University Press.
- Submission Information
Veterans’ Voices Magazine
- When: Deadline open
- What: Call for submissions for poetry, prose and photographs.
- Submissions Guidelines
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