What better way to spend a lazy Saturday afternoon then having a fun family day with your fellow Student Veterans and their families? Check our Calendar for upcoming events
Need some time away from the books? Join us at one of our social events and enjoy a good time with people who share your experiences and interest. Check our Calendar for updated events
POS REP is a mobile, location-enabled social network designed exclusively for the military veteran community. POS REP reconnects veterans who served together but more importantly connects veterans to peers and resources in their communities. POS REP will also serve as a universal mobile platform for the non-profit, government and private sector organizations that support veterans reintegration.
Pat's Run is an annual 4.2 mile walk/run that benefits the Pat Tillman Foundation. To sign up click here. Read the info, click register now, and when prompted to join a team, select "ASU Veterans Club" from the dropdown menu. If you're unable to join us at the run, you can still get help out by donating
Nationwide, Veterans constitute 1/3 of all homeless. AZ StandDown is an annual event aimed at reducing homelessness amongst our nation's veterans. We were proud to participate in StandDown 2013 and even more proud to partner with ASU Undie Run, who have graciously donated 157 pounds of clothing for StandDown 2013. Thanks Guys! For information about volunteering, click here. For information about donating, click here.
Veteran Heritage Project
This collaborative effort is designed to serve both veterans and civilians through the telling of stories of service by the brave men and women of our nation's military. The project will combine the resources of the U.S. Library of Congress, ASU's College of Liberal Arts & Sciences, the Veteran Heritage Project, the ASU Student Veterans Association, the Joe Foss Institute, AlphaStripe, the Arizona Department of Veterans Services, the ASU Alumni Association-Veterans Chapter, and the Madison Street Veterans Association.
The Mission Continues
The Mission Continues awards community service fellowships to post-9/11 veterans, empowering them to transform their own lives by serving others and directly impacting their communities. Mission Continues Fellows serve for six months at a local nonprofit organization addressing key educational, environmental or social issues. Each Fellow works to achieve one of three outcomes at the conclusion of the fellowship: full-time employment, pursuit of higher education or a permanent role of service.
As Veterans we all hold the values of selfless service dear and as such we're always looking for ways to work with charities, other organizations, or the local community to improve the situation of those less fortunate. Please contact us if you know of any opportunities and we'll figure out the best way to get involved
Picture of the Spring 2013 Softball team.
We had a great run, but in the end came up a little short. Look for us to return to the diamond in the fall!
Ever wanted to try some mma style fighting? Just need a release from some pent up aggression? Check out American Pankration, one of the country's premier fighting academies, located right in our own backyard. They have programs for all skill levels, and have been featured on national news sources for some of the work they're doing for Veterans with ptsd. Check out their Website, or the below links for more information
ASU Shooting Sports
Enjoy shooting? Contact us to get involved with ASU's own shooting club
The David Berceli Trauma Release Foundation (Berceli Foundation) seeks to restore the human spirit of our nation and our world, by empowering individuals with a universal and affordable healing method called TRE - Trauma and Tension Releasing Exercises.
ASU Outdoor Club
The ASU Outdoor club offers weekly outdoor activities (from hiking to skydiving, they do it all) and offers a great way to stay in shape and discover some of the beauty Arizona has to offer. For more information check out their website.