Dog Tag Bakery, a disabled veterans hiring and education bakery, where President Barack Obama and Vice President Joe Biden had lunch last month, is now accepting applications for the 2019 fellowship class. The application is open to all post-9/11 military veterans with service-connected disabilities, military spouses and/or caregivers.
Dog Tag works in partnership with Georgetown University to provide a professional development program designed for members of military families in order to help make the transition into the civilian workforce. The program combines business and entrepreneurship coursework, personal development opportunities, and hands-on rotations throughout Dog Tag Bakery, the small business venture.
During the Fellowship’s five months, fellows explore a variety of career paths and establish both personal and professional networks. When finished, the program provides graduates a certificate in Business Administration from the School of Continuing Studies at Georgetown University, scheduled rotations within different areas of the organization, as well as networking opportunities with business leaders and entrepreneurs. Being an alumnus of the Dog Tag Fellowship mean you will be business-ready, competitive, and employable.
You can read more about the Dog Tag Bakery Fellowship and apply here.
Interested in supporting the fellows? You can Visit, Donate, or have your event Catered with Dog Tag today! Together we are #BakingADifference in the lives of service-disabled veterans and military families!