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Congressman Huffman Looking to Hire Military Veteran for the Wounded Warrior Fellowship in Local District Office


The following is a press release issued by the Office of Congressman Jared Huffman:

Today, Representative Jared Huffman (D-San Rafael), in partnership with the Office of the Chief Administrative Officer (CAO), has an opening for a Wounded Warrior Fellow in one of his District Offices (San Rafael, Petaluma, Ukiah, or Eureka). This is the first time Rep. Huffman’s office has been accepted in the program and is offering a position of this nature.

“The Wounded Warrior fellowship Program has provided veterans with an opportunity to apply and hone their unique skillsets from service while opening doors for fulfilling careers in Congress and beyond. I’m incredibly honored to be able to participate in this program and welcome a former servicemember to our district team,” said Rep. Huffman. 

The Wounded Warrior Program was established to create employment opportunities for veterans within the House of Representatives. These two-year fellowships provide veterans with experience and exposure to broaden career opportunities. Positions are available in congressional Member District Offices nationwide.

Additional Position Details

Duties may include, but are not limited to: working as a constituent services representative helping local constituents resolve issues with federal agencies; serving as a liaison to local Veterans Service Organizations (VSO); attending local events and meetings on behalf of your Member of Congress; and performing casework.

To apply, please visit here.



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    Uncle Sam don’t want you once his dirty work is through
    The history of war is to build the rich mans store
    Cannon fodders always been a kingdoms cheapest fuel
    They’re quick to sweep away those who protected us yesterday
    Homeless hero’s sleeping in the bushes is just cruel
    So many times they have lied to talk us into suicide
    I even wonder who is buried in Grants Tomb
    It’s a terrible price to pay for a parade Memorial Day
    Watching it from a wheelchair soaked in drool
    It’s more lucrative to beg with a missing arm and leg
    Is a nickel in my cup really all I’m due
    Whilly Peter burned off my skin now I’m uglier than sin
    Some people wish I’d stay out of their view
    In combat zones we bleed while a nation ignores our need
    Coming home messed up just seems to be the rule
    When traumatic stress settles in they lock me in a psycho bin
    Cause they fear the damage they taught me how to do
    Marines are first to fight we’re often first to die
    How quickly we’re forgotten is sadly true
    40 acres and a mule 40 acres and a mule
    Uncle Sam don’t want you once his dirty work is through


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