Digital photography is one on the many skill veterans will  acquire when they are sponsored through the VAM. Photo courtesy of the VCP.

Digital photography is one on the many skill veterans will acquire when they are sponsored through the VAM. Photo courtesy of the VCP.

On this Veteran’s Day, all of us at the CAA would like to thank our military veterans for their service to our country. There are many exceptional programs in the greater St. Louis area helping our veterans transition to civilian life. The Veterans Curation Program (VCP) is one of these great programs, helping both veterans and the archeological record. The VCP teaches veterans a number of skills while they learn to identify, manage, and curate archeological collections. These skills, including digital photography, database development and management, and document handling, translate to valued skills for potential employers.

The CAA, as a not-for-profit 501(c)3, is currently raising funds to sponsor military veterans to participate in the VCP as part of our new Veterans Archeological Mission Program. Please help us help our service men and women returning from their deployments.

Honor veterans and their sacrifices today by contributing to the Veterans Archeological Mission and help support veterans and archeology.

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