We are proud to announce thatWorklife Institute has received a grant from the Bob Woodruff Foundation (BWF) for our Veterans Career Transition and Sustainability Program. BWF leverages its expertise and collaborative network to find, fund and shape innovative programs that help our impacted veterans, service members and their families thrive.

As a nonpartisan leader in the military-veteran community, the Bob Woodruff Foundation brings transparency and credibility to its partners and complements their efforts. Receiving a grant from BWF is an honor that recognizes the dedication, focus and effectiveness of our staff, volunteers and supporters.

You can learn more about the Bob Woodruff Foundation at bobwoodrufffoundation.org. We encourage you to follow @Stand4Heroes on Twitter or like BWF’s page on Facebook at www.facebook.com/Stand4Heroes.

WORKLIFE INSTITUTE RECEIVES A GRANT FROM THE BOB WOODRUFF FOUNDATION

Press Release

Marcus Villagran

UTRGV VBOC

Course Presenter

HELP VETERANS AND THEIR FAMILIES

Career Transition and  Support Services

Worklife Institute's table at the United Way 2018 Board Fair

AWARDS and PRESS RELEASES

2017 TEXAS VETERANS COMMISSION

VETERAN SERVICE AWARD

Our

Dr. Dale

Spring 2018 Entrepreneur Course Graduates

June 11, 2018

Tim Shatto, Texas Veterans Commission,

Director, Veterans Employment Services,

presents the Veterans Service Award to

Worklife Institute CEO, Dr. Diana Dale

Tim Shatto, TVC Director,

Veterans Employment Services;

Raymond Wilburn, TVC Regional Director

Worklife Institute CEO, Dr. Diana Dale

Worklife Institute Board Members,

Mark Dathe and Elizabeth Hughes

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worklife@worklifeinstitute.org


Transforming Houston's Work Life Since 1988

Community Activities

at Worklife Institute

ELIZABETH DOLE FOUNDATION

HIDDEN HEROES FUND

AWARDS GRANT TO WORKLIFE INSTITUTE

Press Release May 30, 2018

 Entrepreneur Course Graduates

Course presented at Worklife Institute by the

Veterans Business Outreach Center of

the Small Business Administration

located at UT Rio Grand Valley


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The Houston 5K Walk for Mental Health Awareness

Foundation adopts a comprehensive approach in its support and advocacy, working with leaders in the