Washington, DC
Washington Convention Center
Warriors To The Workforce Washington presented by GES in association with Easter Seals' Veteran Staffing Network and in conjunction with the 2018 AUSA Annual Meeting & Exposition - Hall A; Booth #261
From  Mon, October 08, 2018 at 9:00AM (Eastern)
To  Tue, October 09, 2018 at 3:00PM
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Veteran or Active Duty Military  [+] 157 10/10/2018 FREE
Please enter only 1 person per ticket. You must registered within one week of the event. Once you arrive, you will go to AUSA kiosks to receive your badge. Go to WTTW exhibit space, Hall A, #261. Please bring your photo ID and your military ID.
Military Spouse [+] 192 10/10/2018 FREE
Please enter only 1 person per ticket. You must registered within one week of the event. Once you arrive, you will go to AUSA kiosks to receive your badge. Go to WTTW exhibit space, Hall A, #261. Please bring your photo ID and your military ID.
One Day Exhibitor Registration, Monday, October 8 [+] 33 10/10/2018 $695.00
Eight (8’) foot table, two chairs, registration for two company representatives (table cloth & skirting not provided)
One Day Exhibitor Registration, Tuesday, October 9 [+] 32 10/10/2018 $695.00
Eight (8’) foot table, two chairs, registration for two company representatives (skirting not provided
Two Day Exhibitor Registration [+] 27 10/10/2018 $1,181.50
Eight (8’) foot table, two chairs, registration for two company representatives (table cloth & skirting not provided). Exhibitors who participate for 2 days receive a 15% discount.
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Veteran, military service member and military spouse 
admission is free.

About the Event
The American Freedom Foundation will host Warriors To The Workforce Washington (WTTW) presented by GES (Global Experience Specialist) in association with Easter Seals' Veteran Staffing Network and in conjunction with the AUSA Annual Meeting and Exposition 2018 on October 8 - 9, 2018 in Washington, DC. Booth #261. This one of a kind event is part of the American Freedom Foundation’s nationwide initiative to help our Veterans, transitioning military service members and military spouses find meaningful employment.  The event brings together major companies from throughout the country to profile their services and provide employment opportunities for the attendees.  Attendees have the chance to talk with employers, submit qualifications, participate in job interviews, have their resumes reviewed and participate in a rotating schedule of professional development workshops led by subject matter experts on transition from military to civilian life.
WTTW Washington Hiring Event Schedule
0800  Exhibitor set-up and registration
0830  Registration Opens for Veterans and Military Spouses
0900  WTTW event begins
1500  Exhibitor break down/end

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Panel Discussions for Monday & Tuesday, October 8 - 9  To Be Announced Shortly
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Conference Websites
Warriors To The Workforce: http://www.warriorstotheworkforcedc.net
2018 AUSA Meeting & Exposition: http://ausameetings.org/2018annualmeeting/
****Important Information for Veterans****
  • Veterans, military service members and military spouse admission is free.
  • Please enter only 1 person per ticket
  • All attendees must have an AUSA Badge to enter Warriors To The Workforce Hiring Event and Exhibit Hall - allow time to retrieve your badge from the AUSA Registration Area
  • WTTW is locateed in Hall A; Booth #261 (back right corner) (SEE MAP BELOW)
  • Be prepared to meet employers
  • Dress for success - business or uniform is advised
  • Bring enough resumes for all exhibitors (Both private and government)
  • Visit exhibitor websites to get an idea of job availability and descriptions
  • Registration will open at 0800 and event begins at 0900
  • Please note:  All data collected on your WTTW  event registration form will not be sold or given to anyone other than possibly another highly reputable Veteran Service Organization that we feel may help you achieve employment or a better understanding of the transition process from military to civilian life.
****Important Information for Exhibitors****
  • Company participation is limited to 35 exhibitors
  • All individual working the exhibitor booths must have an AUSA badge to enter Warriors To The Workforce Hiring Event and Exhibit Hall
  • Arrival Information for Exhibitors:  When you arrive on the first day of the event, please check in at AUSA Registration and get your badge. Then proceed to Hall A; Booth #261 and check in with the American Freedom Foundation to find out where to set up
  • Each exhibitor will receive 1 8 ft. table, 2 chairs, power (if requested), coffee, and box lunch
  • Plan to bring your own tablecloth
Companies committed to participate in WTTW DC event (09/21/2018):
AAFES Hiller Plumbing Virginia Dept. of Veterans Services
Heavy Construction Academy National Technologies Associates NTA Purdue University Global
Columbia Southern Education Group Esri Vectrus
Warriors Ethos Moog Novetta
Engility Military Corps Career Connect (C3) DeVry Univeristy
Freedom Protectors Life Easter Seals Veteran Staffing Network Commutair
JTI Mole*Masters EMCOR Government Services
Melwood Intelligent Waves  

Some of the many companies who have participated in past WTTW events:
Alorica AECOM Aetos Systems
BAE Systems AT&T/DirecTV Avion Solutions
Davidson Technologies Boeing Booz Allen Hamilton
Elbit Systems of America Eagle Picher Technologies East/West Industries, Inc.
First Command Financial Services Enterprise Holdings Erickson
Heavy Construction Academy General Dynamics Heavy Equipment Colleges of America
HexagonUSFederal IBM Intuitive Research & Technology 
KBR Wyle Leidos Northrop Grumman
Lockheed Martin Logicore Quantum Research International
PeopleTec Vencore Yulista Holdings
Raytheon S3, Inc. Scientific Research Corporation
SES Simulation Technologies Strategic Systems
Torch Technologies U. S. Army Corps of Engineers U. S Department of Veteran Affairs

Facts about AUSA Annual Meeting & Exposition - October 8 - 10, 2018
  • The largest landpower exposition and professional development forum in North America
  • Over 600 Army & Industry exhibitors using 250,000 square feet of exhibit space
  • Attendees in recent years have included the Vice President of the United States, the Secretary of Defense, the Chief of Staff and Secretary of the Army
  • Professional development forums are held throughout the three days for soldiers, NCOs, officers, Army family members, and industry executives
Map of Washington Convention Center
and Warriors To The Workforce Location - Hall A;  Booth #261

Event Partners
This event would not be possible without the support and efforts of the following organizations:

About American Freedom Foundation (AFF)
In return for their service and sacrifices made for our country, the American Freedom Foundation, founded in 2004, believes Veterans, military service members, and their families are deserving of support that empowers and enables them to lead confident and productive lives.  AFF serves and supports them by creating awareness and building support for their service, sacrifice and needs through partnerships with military focused organizations and always will be relentlessly driven to bettering the lives of these heroes and their families.  Throughout its short history, the American Freedom Foundation has made grants of approximately $1.2 million to more than 30 military organizations and awarded over 1,200 full and partial scholarships to military spouses and their dependents in 50 states and 8 countries through the AFF/Purdue University Global Military Family Scholarship Program valued in excess of $9.2 million.  Through the AFF national Veterans employment initiative program, Warriors To The Workforce, thousands of Veterans have been connected to hundreds of participating companies for employment opportunities.  www.americanfreedomfoundation.org

About the Association of the United States Army (AUSA)  
AUSA is a private, non-profit educational organization that supports America's Army - Active, National Guard, Reserve, Civilians, Retirees, Government Civilians, Wounded Warriors, Veterans, and family members. AUSA provides numerous Professional Development Opportunities at a variety of events both local and national.  AUSA represents every American Soldier by: Being the voice for all components of America's Army; Fostering public support of the Army's role in national security; Providing professional education and information programs. As the premier voice for America's Soldiers, we are a dedicated team committed to building the best professional and representative association for the world's best Army.  www.ausa.org

About Easter Seals' Veteran Staffing Network (VSN) 
In 1933  a group of physicians, therapists, teachers and civic-minded individuals banned together to create new opportunities for children with disabilities in the District of Columbia, Maryland and Virginia. The result of their efforts was the founding of the D.C. Society for Crippled Children, today known as Easter Seals Serving DC | MD | VAToday, Easter Seals Serving DC | MD | VA reaches tens of thousands of children and adults throughout the region. One thing that has remained at the forefront through the years is the mission of Easter Seals; "provides exceptional services to ensure that all people with disabilities or special needs, including military, wounded warriors, Veterans and their families, have equal opportunities to live, learn, work and play in their communities." The Veterans Staffing Network (VSN) functions as a full-service staffing agency (temp, temp-to-perm, direct hire) placing Veterans, military spouses, National Guard and Reservists, and wounded warriors. Revenues from placement fees are invested to provide crucial support services for Veterans, wounded warriors and their families such as Military Family Respite ProgramHomeless Veterans Reintegration Programs, Family Caregiver TrainingLittle Warriors Child Development Program and others. www.easterseals.com/DCMDVA/ 

Contact Information:
Ted Hacker
American Freedom Foundation
(615) 330-9394

Erin Gaul
American Freedom Foundation

(858) 699-0163
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