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How does one offer a service for veterans to the government.

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Damisi Bailey Quantico, VA

Education for Veterans Transitioning

Id like to offer specialized classes to veterans transitioning into civilian life. I've met many vets that want to become exterminators and open their own businesses. I have a class approved by many states and have trained hundreds of civilian but I see the need to offer this class to vets. How can I present this class to the government so that they will pay for vets that want this training?

10 December 2018 2 replies Education & Training

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Advisor

D-Emmanuel Smith Louisville, KY

You need to become a certify VA contrator in order to do business with the government and any of the VA entities. Once you get certified, you then can pitch your ideas. Google it to find the website. Tons of information.

Advisor

Paul Tusting Salt Lake City, UT

I suggest reaching out to your local VA. Maybe they can help you navigate the red tape, or at least point you in the right direction.
Best of luck, Paul

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