About

Vets Helping Vets TV is produced as a Public, Educational and Government, PEG TV community access program at the Mid Peninsula Media Center in Palo Alto, CA. Media Center.

The Mission of VHVtv is to inform, educate and motivate veterans to learn about and apply for potential benefits. We present persons of interest in the veteran community and groups that work on behalf of veterans. The Call to Action is to encourage veterans to join any of the Veteran Service Organizations like AMVETS, American Legion, VFW and the Disabled American Veterans.

The VHVtv episode “What is TBI?” won a 2014 WAVE, Western Access Video Excellence Award for excellence in community educational access television. drMayaTBI

VHVtv Interview with Dr. Maya V. Yutsis of the Polytrauma Center at the VA in Palo Alto.

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in April 2015, VHVtv returned to the newly renovated, state of the art HD studio at the MidPen Media Center and filmed “NPower SF Bay Area.” Free training in IT for Post 9/11 Veterans.
NPower is providing Veterans with the tech skills to achieve their potential. Interviews are with Jeanine Cowan, the N Power TSC Program Manager at the College of San Mateo and veteran students Katie Rogers and James Roe.

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In April 2016, VHVtv filmed interviews with Katherine Webster and Chris Galy, the Co-Founders of “Vetsin Tech.” VetsinTech assists Veterans in developing their dream tech career through partnerships with leading Silicon Valley companies. ViT is committed to bringing together a tech-specific network, resources, and programs for veterans interested in Education, Entrepreneurship, and Employment – the 3E’s!
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VHVtv is a network and is available as a historical digital collection on the Internet Archives. https://archive.org/details/veteranshelpingveterans

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