2019 COMMUNITY VETERANS SUMMIT: Featuring NCServes a Public/Private Partnership Impact Review, Queens University Sports Complex, Tuesday, 29. October 2019

Veterans, Leaders, and Community Stakeholders-  You are invited to the 6th Annual COMMUNITY VETERANS SUMMIT featuring:
The NCServes Metrolina Review: Public/Private Partnership Impact from a Community to a State and a Nation.
This event will be on Tuesday, October 29th at the Queens University of Charlotte Sports Complex on Tyvola Road Charlotte with 3 unique sections:

9-11am:  Veteran Service Work Groups

11a - 12p:  Networking Lunch

12 - 2p:  NCServes Performance Review & Discussion

 Please join us as we review the community’s accomplishments over the past 6 years, share best practices and celebrate the public/private partnerships that have allowed Charlotte and the NCServes Networks to lead the way nationally. You will be joined by fellow Veterans, VA leadership, representatives from the four NCServes Networks, local, state and the federal Government and elected officials, Corporate/Foundation funders, and our valued local partners.  All will be on hand to share news and information about the important work they are doing across our region to serve military-connected families.
Please share this opportunity with your teams, colleagues, friends and fellow leaders in our community. This event will explore and highlight the power of public/partnerships and examine how NCServes has grown from a single community to a statewide partnership consisting of 4 back-bone agencies and over 300 public and private providers.
We look forward to seeing you at this special occasion and trust you will help us continue to serve the Veterans in our region. 
Register Today!

Thank You to our Host:  

Tuesday, 29. October 2019, Queens University Sports Complex, 2019 COMMUNITY VETERANS SUMMIT: Featuring NCServes a Public/Private Partnership Impact Review

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