Bridging the Civilian-Military Divide: A Community Gathering

Date: 

Tuesday, April 12, 2022, 6:00pm to 7:30pm

Location: 

HKS Quad-Courtyard
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Please join the HKS Armed Forces Committee in collaboration with the Veterans Impact Initiative in celebrating Public Service Week. Drop by the HKS Quad-Courtyard for a friendly gathering with a chance to get to know some of our community’s veterans by discussing the issues related to the civilian-military divide. Civilians are highly encouraged to attend and speak with those who have served in an effort to further build community between our civilian and military populations.
 
Refreshments provided!
 
Veterans Impact Initiative Overview:
The Veterans Impact Initiative is a collaborative effort to cultivate conversations between civilian and military populations in the Harvard and Greater-Boston communities. These efforts are open to all those interested in military affiliated topics, regardless of their status as civilian or military. The program’s culminating experience, Public Service Week, is a week-long event series highlighting all manners of public service. The week concludes with a Harvard-wide day of service during which Harvard community members, both civilian and military, serve and connect with veterans around Greater-Boston, further bridging the civilian-military divide and assisting veterans in need.
 
The Veterans Impact Initiative is a partnership between the Center for Public Leadership, Institute of Politics, Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs, HKS Armed Forces Association, HLS Armed Forces Association, and the Harvard Veterans Alumni Organization.
 
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