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Chapter Voices • Texas State Technical College:

SVA Voices Veteran Student Alliance Club VSAC at Texas State Technical College

Student Veterans of America recognizes the achievements of the chapter at the Texas State Technical College. Over the past two years, the Veteran Student Alliance Club (VSAC) at Texas State Technical College in Harlingen, TX has been awarded “Service Project of the Year”, “Club of the Year”, and “Advisor of the Year”. 

 

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Chapter Voices: University of Colorado-Boulder Law

The Military Law Society (MLS) at the University of Colorado-Boulder had been inactive for some time when several veterans and veteran advocates decided to reinvigorate the group in the Spring of 2016. MLS started by drafting an inclusive mission statement which fostered growth for both the organization and the veteran community at large. In the following months, Chapter President, Karthik Venkatraj along with other chapter leadership created the Veterans Honor Legal Fellowship, an externship which empowers student veterans studying law through supplementary educational opportunities, a 100-hour commitment to public service and connections to both local and national law societies.

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Chapter Voices: University of Alaska Anchorage

 

Student Veterans of America recognizes the achievements of the chapter at the University of Alaska, Anchorage – Student Veterans of UAA.  Founded in 2010, Student Veterans of UAA has achieved much success in the past 6 years, from spikes in membership to improving the lives of not only student veterans at UAA but also those in their surrounding community.

 

“We have tripled our membership since the founding of our chapter,” Student Veterans of UAA Chapter President, Gary Lytle said.  “With this growth, we have been able to raise money as well as bring in food and clothing donations for the homeless veterans in our community.”

 

 

Chapter Voices: Texas Woman's University

The SVA chapter at Texas Woman’s University in Denton, Texas is another example of the selfless dedication to service that student veterans across the country exude. Brittanie Romine, the TWU Chapter Advisor, shared some current highlights from their most recent philanthropic endeavor a fundraiser to help a student veteran displaced from their home. 

 

Under the leadership of Chapter President Patricia Liggett, the SVA chapter at the John Marshall School of Law in Chicago has had noticeable success since its inception. Founded in 2013, the John Marshall School of Law SVA chapter has continuously grown its membership and the influence it has on veteran success on its campus. 

 

  

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