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Sentinels of Freedom understands the difficulties our brave veterans face when they return to their civilian life. It can be difficult to find someone that understands their unique struggles and the complexity of the transition process from active duty to daily responsibilities of life at home.
Wounded veterans that have returned from service deserve the respect and assistance they need to succeed. Our wounded veteran mentoring support program through the Bridge for Education Program was designed to connect our veterans with a successful mentor that they can turn to for help.
Having a good mentor in your life can make all the difference in your confidence, goals, and self-worth. Wounded veterans are no different, and Sentinels of Freedom wants to give our brave service members the same opportunity to succeed.
That’s why we pair our veterans with a personalized mentor that they can turn to for help with transitioning back to civilian life and succeeding in their education and career. If you are a wounded veteran or civilian who is ready and capable of providing this type of mentorship to a veteran, you can easily apply to be a mentor by completing our contact form.
No one deserves to be without a friend, and as a Sentinel in our Bridge for Education Program, our mentoring support program can provide veterans who have returned from active duty with the guidance that they need. Our mentors will help them set goals to apply for different levels of education and prepare them to enter the job market as they find fulfillment in their civilian life.
To learn more about becoming a Sentinel through the Bridge for Education Program apply here