Community Events


You’re Invited: Employer Networking And Learning Event
This event is a collaboration between the Maryland Department of Veterans Affairs and T. Rowe Price. 
It is a free event, but you must register by clicking the link below.

June 27, 2024, 12:30 p.m. – 5 p.m.
T. Rowe Price Corporate Campus, 4515 Painters Mill Road, Owings Mills, MD 21117, Building Four – Café Four


Is Your Organization Interested in Attracting, Retaining, and Engaging Veteran and Military Spouse Talent?

Join us for this learning and networking session featuring:

  • Keynote speakers who will share the value, benefit, and business case for hiring and retaining Veteran and Military Spouse talent.
  • Panel discussions featuring Veterans, Military Spouses, Caregivers, and other thought leaders who possess deep understanding of both the value of and barriers to successful hiring, retention, and engagement of this community.
  • Resource tables staffed by organizations who can support you as you explore Veteran and Military Spouse hiring in your organization.

The audience for this event is Human Resources professionals, Diversity Equity, and Inclusion practitioners, and Recruiting or Talent Acquisition professionals who want to learn more about how to access and activate this talent segment.

Light refreshments will be served.  Please reach out to Dana Burl, Program Director for Communications, Outreach and Advocacy at the Maryland Department of Veteran Affairs ( or Julie Lewis, Senior Manager of Diversity Equity, and Inclusion at T. Rowe Price ( with questions about this event.

Please share this invitation with your employer network!


The Maryland Department of Veterans Affairs is a State Government Executive Department with a service mission to assist veterans, active duty service members, their families and dependents, in securing benefits earned through military service.  Under the Department of Veterans Affairs are five major programs: the Veterans Cemetery and Memorial Program; Charlotte Hall Veterans Home; the Veterans Service and Benefits Program, Outreach and Advocacy Program, and the Maryland Veterans Trust. 

The Veterans SITREP radio series on 91.1 FM WHFC, Harford Community College’s radio station, provides a platform to connect veterans, their families, friends, and support networks to address veterans’ issues and provide information about resources that will help veterans in their lives.

SITREP stands for “Situation Report” – a status report that provides a quick, clear, concise understanding of the current situation.

Each week, Colonel Bill Montgomery (U.S. Army, Retired) will feature guests involved in the veteran community, plus provide health tips and military discounts.

They are always looking for people and organizations, who work with veterans and their families and help connect them in some way to resources and aid, to feature on the radio series.

If you are interested in contributing to this project editorially or financially, contact the station at or write them at

Additional information can also be found on the Harford Community College website.

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