Welcome to the New England Veterans Chamber of Commerce (NEVCC)
Welcome to the home of the New England Veterans Chamber of Commerce (NEVCC). We are a a group of professionals dedicated to putting veterans. The NEVCC provides training, resources, and opportunities for the successful social and professional transitioning of veterans and their families. Our specific aim is to support veteran entrepreneurs, businesses owners, and employees to utilize resources available to them as well to promote their business to the general public. The NEVCC also connects veterans with major companies from all industries and provides leadership and transitioning training to leverage military experience in the business world.
Through this broad range of services for veteran entrepreneurs, business owners, and their families, the NEVCC maintains a broad and deep-seated mission to support veterans. The NEVCC collaborates with corporate and individual businesses representing a range of industries at a variety of stages, from launching a start-up to scale an existing business. We put our professional expertise to work by connecting veterans and their business to their communities.
The NEVCC features 2 veteran-owned businesses a month. Check out this great business!
Hector Navarro, Founder and CEO Brass City Gamers. To educate our local community in STEM learning including Digital Media, Gaming, Coding, and Information Technology. Our aim is to foster strong computer competency skills to prepare for the developing new collar jobs of the 21st Century. We believe that every person, regardless of age or socioeconomic status, can learn advanced computer science and digital media skills.
Who We Are
The New England Veterans Chamber of Commerce assists military and veteran-owned businesses throughout New England, including Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, Vermont.
What We Do
The NEVCC accepts donations from individuals and corporations, as well as gift donations in the name of another party. You can donate online using our convenient form.
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