How CSU Pueblo Does it Better for Veterans and the Community


Ryan Kendall, the Associate Director for Recruitment and Outreach at Colorado State University-Pueblo, recently joined the Veteran Voice Pueblo podcast to discuss his role and how the university is committed to supporting veterans and their families.

----more----During the podcast, Kendall emphasized the importance of outreach to the veteran community and highlighted the many resources available to veterans at Colorado State University-Pueblo. He discussed the university's commitment to providing personalized support to veterans, including dedicated staff who understand the unique challenges that veterans may face in pursuing their education.

Kendall also discussed the various programs and initiatives that the university has in place to support veterans, such as the Student Veterans Association, which provides a sense of community and support for veterans on campus. Additionally, he discussed the university's participation in the Yellow Ribbon Program, which helps cover tuition costs for eligible veterans.

Overall, Kendall's interview with the Veteran Voice Pueblo podcast highlights the commitment that Colorado State University-Pueblo has to support veterans and their families. By providing dedicated resources and support, the university is helping to ensure that veterans can successfully pursue their educational and career goals.


Veterans Voice Pueblo is a service of Mt. Carmel Veterans Service Center Pueblo, produced by Rev 89 Productions and distributed via the Rev 89 Productions Podcast Channel powered by CSU Pueblo. 



The Veterans Voice Project presented by USAA is an Mt. Carmel Veterans Service Center service.  Veterans Voice Colorado Springs is produced in the OPTUM Podcast Studio, distributed via the Medicare Mentors Veterans Voice Podcast Channel, powered by Technology Partner Colorado Computer Support, and made possible in part by Supporting Partner, The WireNut Home Service





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