Disabled Vets Get Chance To Become Entrepreneurs Six universities around the country now offer an all-expense paid course aimed at turning disabled soldiers into entrepreneurs. The program taps into skills learned while at war and allows these vets to create businesses they can run even with their disability.

Disabled Vets Get Chance To Become Entrepreneurs

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