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financial institute Spotlight: Randolph-Brooks Federal Credit Union

RBFCU was the proud host of the July 26 gathering of the Centurion Military Alliance Mega Warrior Transition Readiness Workshop. With more than 175 attendees that included armed-service members, veterans and spouses, CMA demonstrated for the sixth year that it is a successful and critical program for our military community.

CMA Chief Operating Officer Chaunte’ Myers explained the organization’s aim is to prepare our military-affiliated community with a means of transitioning to civilian life that includes additional support and resources to get everyone on the right track to employment. The workshop was supported by almost 100 volunteers and 17 corporate sponsors. Participants came from throughout the region. One bus from Fort Hood near Killeen transported several service personnel for the one-day event.

Attendees were greeted by RBFCU President and Chief Executive Officer Christopher W. O’Connor. He recalled back to his service in the Air Force and compared the basic training he received to the “Back to Basics” training CMA attendees would gain during the day.


Educational institute Spotlight: DeVry

DeVry University has a long history of helping current and former members of the U.S. military reach their higher education goals with a variety of tech-infused degree programs and other benefits for military students. From training Army Air Corps instructors on electronic devices in the 1940’s to being one of the first schools approved to accept the original G.I. Bill® following WWII, we’ve been educating and supporting America's military personnel and the veteran community for decades.