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Veterans Services @ USC: USC Student Organizations

This guide provides contact information for available services at USC for Veterans.

Student Organizations at USC

USC Veterans Association - on Facebook

The University of Southern California Veteran Association was officially formed in October 2008. Our Veterans group consists of the men and women from all branches and ranks of the Armed Forces. As students, the members include undergraduate and graduate students from multiple majors. This combination of experiences and perspectives has created several current and future opportunities and access to resources. The formation of this group is the product of our esprit de corps that we share as Veterans and Trojans. We invite you to share in this experience.

Our group is a part of the Student Veterans Association of America. (For more information visit: http://www.studentveterans.org ) The Student Veterans of America was created for Veterans of the Iraq and Afghanistan conflicts who chose to pursuit higher education. Unfortunately, the resources available on campus were severely limited and inadequate. It was decided that something needed to be done to support Veteran-Students successfully complete their college education after honorable Military service.

 

USCVA Contact Info:


Email:  uscvets@usc.edu

Facebook:  http://www.facebook.com/groups/18016293569/

Website: http://www.studentveterans.org

Location: Los Angeles, CA

   
   
 

 

USC Marshall Military Veterans Association

For more information please contact the MMVA at mba.mmva.club@marshall.usc.edu.

Mailing Address
MBA Career Resource Center
Marshall School of Business
Attn: MMVA
University of Southern California
Los Angeles, CA 90089-2632

Military Social Work Caucus

Military Social Work Caucus

Mission Statement

The Military Social Work Caucus promotes the welfare, social interests, education, outreach, and support of military service members, veterans, their families, and their communities. We welcome participation from graduate and professional students regardless of age, race, ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, and religious or political affiliation. Our focus is on the professional development in support of military, veteran, and civilian governmental providers; reintegration of veterans from all eras, and their family members, into the community; and preventing and intervening to minimize the social impact of crises and conflict.

 

Officers

Jeanette Shin
Co-Chair
jeanetgs@usc.edu

Lauren Vinh
Co-Chair
bvinh@usc.edu

Michelle Cativo
Treasurer
Cativo@usc.edu

Vanessa Wongs
Philanthropy Chair
wongv@usc.edu

Nesche Kivett
Orange County Representative
Kivett@usc.edu

Chris Munch
Skirball Representative
munch@usc.edu

Leslie Gibson
VAC
ljtrujil@usc.edu

Russane Rowles
Advisor
rrowles@usc.edu

Dr. Johnson
Advisor
mjohnso2@usc.edu