In accordance with the proclamation issued by Governor Roy Cooper, the NC Department of Military and Veterans Affairs (NC DMVA) will commemorate the first annual NC Armed Forces Day Program in Raleigh.
The Month of April has been designated as the national “Month of the Military Child”, a time to honor the sacrifices, courage and resilience of the dependent children of service members serving at home and overseas.
The NC Department of Military and Veterans Affairs (NCDMVA) celebrated North Carolina African American Veterans Lineage Day on Wednesday, February 13, 2019.
In advance of the Veterans Day, Governor Roy Cooper has declared November Military Family Appreciation Month and November 5 – 9, 2018 to be Veterans Small Business Week.
This week, Secretary Larry Hall Discusses Womens Veteran's Summit.
Did you know that North Carolina has over 18,000 open IT jobs? This event is aimed at helping veterans, transitioning service members, reservists, National Guard, and military spouses chart their path towards a rewarding career in the IT field.
Larry Hall, Secretary of the N.C.
In a proactive response to changes in federal defense budget decreases, NC State Industry Expansion Solutions and the North Carolina Department of Military and Veterans Affairs has partnered to create the North Carolina Defense Industry Diversification Initiative (DIDI).
The North Carolina Department of Military and Veterans Affairs has the responsibility to: “Provide active outreach to the United States Department of Veterans Affairs, the veterans service organizations, and the veterans community in North Carolina to support and assist North Carolina's veterans in identifying and obtaining the services, assistance, and support to which they are entitled, including monitoring efforts to provide services to veterans, newly separated service members, and their immediate family members and disseminating relevant materials.”