William & Mary’s Veteran-to-Executive (W&M VET) certificate program — Flourishing Through Life Transitions — emphasizes a holistic approach centered on wellness and self-discovery. Our certificate trains veterans and members of the intelligence community to transition to high-level civilian management positions, while flourishing in their careers and personal lives.
For more information on applying, please contact [[flourishing]]. Program dates may be subject to COVID-related changes.
|Tentative Dates||Coming soon.|
Center for Military Transition,
|Housing, parking, course materials, program events and some meals may be included free of charge to participants.|
|This custom program will enroll approximately 40 transitioning veterans and intelligence officers.|
Learn More & Apply
The COMMIT Foundation, W&M VET, Raymond A. Mason School of Business, Center for Military Transition, Center for Mindfulness & Authentic Excellence, Whole of Government Center of Excellence, Office of Student Veteran Engagement and more.
The COMMIT Foundation
Founded in 2012, The COMMIT Foundation transitions high-performing service-members back into our communities and the civilian workforce in a purposeful way. In 2019, COMMIT served 685 transitioning service members and veterans, and provided 2,150 services, including 1:1 personalized assistance, coaching, and mentoring workshops.
Hampton Roads Military and Federal Facilities Alliance
The Hampton Roads Military and Federal Facilities Alliance (HRMFFA) is an initiative of the Hampton Roads Mayors and Chairs Caucus. The Alliance seeks to attract, retain, and grow military and federal facilities across the region for the common good and welfare of the residents of Hampton Roads. The Alliance has generously supported the inaugural class of Flourishing Through Life’s Transitions Scholars as a foundational partner.
Sponsorship & Support
Individuals wishing to support the most pressing needs of the Flourishing program may do so at this link. For information on corporate sponsorship and giving opportunities, please contact Suzie Armstrong, Assistant Vice President for Development for Campus Initiatives, at [[smarmstrong]].