Workshops & Webinars

Swords to Plowshares has developed partnerships with foundations and agencies to deliver services to clients. Our experience in building these relationships and providing supportive services to veterans is an asset that we share through workshops and webinars. We believe that we can further our reach by educating the community to more effectively assist veterans through technical assistance, legal training, and deeper understanding of issues that affect veterans.


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Technical Assistance

Legal and Pro Bono Training


Grantee Training Conference for Dual-State Veteran Employment Collaborative
The Veteran Employment Collaborative is funded by the Walmart Foundation and consists of organizations in California and Texas that provide employment and job training services for veterans, wrap-around care to remove barriers to successful employment, and increase veterans’ overall health and economic stability.
October 13 – 14, 2016

Moral Injury and Veterans Symposium
The symposium offers presentations, panels, and discussions to improve understanding of moral injury and its effects on veterans.
September 15, 2015

Military Sexual Trauma Online Training: Treatment Considerations, and Access to Care + Benefits
This training provided information and training to professionals who interact with and serve survivors of military sexual assault to educate to issues unique to veterans  and assist them more effectively.
April 30, 2015

Women Veterans Professional Network
This networking event, in collaboration with Women Veterans Connect, provided workshops to women veterans to improve career and personal development.
May 30, 2015

Forum to Focus on Underrepresented Veterans
This forum presented behavioral health providers, advocates, and others to learn about the unique experiences of underrepresented veterans: women, LGBT, racial and ethnic minorities, male survivors of military sexual trauma and inter-partner violence, and veterans with less-than-honorable discharges.
April 15, 2015