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Veterans Breakout Session

Welcome Days

Jeremy Galica

on 23 October 2015

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Transcript of Veterans Breakout Session

Community Resources
NWTC Campus Resources

-As the School Certifying Official, I:
Assist Veterans and eligible family members navigate the VA system.
Assist them with any questions regarding these benefits.
Monitor courses to ensure they apply to the Veteran Students academic program.
Certify classes and enrollment to the VA.
Reports any Adds/Drops to the VA.
Monitor grades to ensure that the Veteran Student is meeting satisfactory progress.
William Trombley,
School Certifying Official
-A brief bio
-As the Veteran's Advisor, I:
Advise and coordinate programs and services which assist veterans and family members transition to an academic setting
Advise veteran students on career and personal matters
Review military transcripts for possible transfer of credit
Connect you with campus and community resources
Help you through the enrollment process
Jeremy Galica,
Veterans Advisor
Veterans' Resource Center
Veteran's Services Team
Veteran's Advisor
School Certifying Official, Veteran's Benefits Specialist
VA Work Studies
Campus and Community Resources
Student Veterans of America (SVA) Club
Inspirational Video
Student Veterans of America (SVA)-
NWTC Chapter

Jeremy Galica
Veteran's Advisor
(920) 498-5744

William (Bill) Trombley
School Certifying Official
(920) 498-6292

Veterans' Resources Center
SC 135, Green Bay Campus

Health Care Service, SC121

Counseling Services, SC 231
NWTC Provides free and professional outpatient counseling services. Here you can get support for depression, anxiety, substance abuse issues, trauma, family conflict, lack of motivation, or general personal stressors. Call (920)498-5444 to schedule an appointment.
Free and convenient health care is available for currently enrolled students! Just bring your current NWTC photo student ID card when you visit. Call (920) 498-6993 with any questions.
Accommodation Services, SC 230
Call Accommodation Services at
Academic Coaching, SC 215
Free individual and group sessions are available for all credit students. Assistance labs are available for Math, Writing, Basic Computer Skills, Science and program classes.
NWTC's Accommodation Services offers assistance to individuals with a variety of disabilities including:
learning disabilities
visual disabilities
Student Support Services, SC140
Support services are available for a variety of student needs:
Single parent students who qualify may receive assistance.
Displaced homemakers
Dislocated workers
Non-traditional Students
Dream Keeper fund/Emergency Assistance
Financial Coaching
Career Services, SC138
Explore career options through a variety of assessments and individualized career exploration assistance. You can also get help with resume and cover letter writing and critique, portfolio development, job searching, interview preparation (including mock interview) and internship assistance.
For more information call: (920) 498-6250
Green Bay Vet Center
Provide quality, professional counseling services with a commitment to excellence, integrity and the sharing of knowledge in a supportive, respectful environment.
For more information contact:
1600 S. Ashland Ave.
Green Bay, WI 54304
or call:
County Veterans Offices
Brown County
Phone: 920-448-4450
305 E Walnut Street
PO Box 23600
Green Bay, WI 54305-3600
Door County
Phone: 920-746-2225
421 Nebraska St.
Room C203
Sturgeon Bay, Wisconsin 54235
Kewaunee County
Phone: 920-388-7198
Kewaunee County Administration Center
810 Lincoln Street
Kewaunee, WI 54216
Marinette County
Phone: 715-732-7650
1926 Hall Avenue
Marinette, WI 54143-1717
Oconto County
Phone: 920-834-6817
301 Washington Street
Oconto, WI 54153
Shawano County
Phone: 715-526-9183
Shawano County Courthouse
1st Floor
311 N. Main St.
Shawano, WI 54166
VA Clinics
Milo C. Huempfner VA Clinic
2851 University Ave.
Green Bay, WI 54311
Toll Free: 1-877-204-7970
 Behavioral Health
 Telehealth
 Radiology
 Laboratory
 Pharmacy
 Rehab Medicine Prosthetics
 Rehab Medicine PT/OT
 Podiatry
 Optometry
Audiology and Speech

If interested contact: (920) 498-5744
Homeless Program
-HUD/VASH helps veterans and their families move out of homelessness.
You are a veteran experiencing homelessness
eligible for VA health care
need for case management.
meet HUD income and US citizenship guidelines.
For more information contact:
Cindy Beishir at (920) 883-9993.
Workforce Development Office
Meet with a veteran's representative for individual case management, job search assistance, cover letter and resume assistance, referrals to other programs, etc. Veterans are encouraged to sign up for the Veteran's Orientation at the Job Service Resource Desk
For more information, contact the
Office of Veterans' Services:
Additional resources:
Center for Veterans Issues
201 W. Walnut St., Suite 202
Green Bay, WI 54303
Salvation Army
626 Union Ct.
Green Bay, WI 54303
(920) 497-7053
American Red Cross
2131 Deckner Ave.
Green Bay, WI 54302
(800) 733-2767
Additional Resources
Contact your local Veterans organizations:
American Legion
Desert Vets of Wisconsin
2980 E. Service Road
Oneida, WI 54155
Oneida Nation Veterans Office
SC 135-Green Bay
Menominee Nation Veterans Office
W3191 Fredenberg Drive
Keshena, WI 54135
United Way-211
Brown County United Way
112 N. Adams St., Suite 201
Green Bay, WI 54301
Military Credit for Prior Learning
Eligible Student Veterans may receive up to 10 credits towards there program based on years of service for the following courses:
College 101
1 year
Oral/Interpersonal Communication
1 year
Intro to Ethics: Theory and App
3 years
Contemporary Amer. Society
3 years
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