The Bush Cares Project Hosts Financial Literacy Conference for Veterans

The Bush Cares Project is Hosting the 1st Annual Basic Civilian Training Conference on Saturday, November 1, 2008 at the United Way CRC (50 Waugh Drive, Houston, TX 77007). The Goal of the Conference is to Support the Transition of Veterans from the Military to Civilian Life. Every Veteran Underwent Basic Combat Training When They Volunteered for Military Service. The Bush Cares Project is offering them Basic Civilian Training; the Training They Should Receive When They Depart From the Military.

Houston, TX, October 17, 2008 --( The Bush Cares Project, a 501(c) organization, is hosting the 1st Annual Basic Civilian Training Conference. The nonprofit organization welcomes all Veterans, Reservists and Family Members to attend the Conference. Veterans will receive an appointment with a Financial Consultant to help them create a budget, manage their debit and create a savings plan.

The Bush Cares Project has a goal of offering personal financial advice to over 300 Veterans. The Basic Civilian Training Conference will include six workshops to provide military transition education. The workshops include homeownership, veteran benefits; pursue your passion, entrepreneurship, Life Skills to Successfully Transition and Making a Great First Impression on an interview.

The Bush Cares Project is soliciting volunteers to offer personal financial counseling and spread the word to Veterans in the Houston Metro Area. Online Registration for the event:

About The Bush Cares Project – The nonprofit’s mission is to ease the transition of Veterans from Military to Civilian Life. The Bush Cares Project is taking an innovative approach to solving the problems that Veterans encounter. Our organization is developing a horticulture, art, and mediation therapy program to manage Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. The organization was founded by civilians that are keeping their promise to support our Troops by leaving No Vet Behind.

The Bush Cares Project
Olivia Christina Bush