Gerri Berger and Gabe Forsberg Patriotic Awards AZ Veterans Hall of Fame Society
Members encouraging each other to ASK for What They Need to Succeed through our growing global network
NCIL (National Council for Independendent Living) Washington DC
Congressman Reuben Gallegos, Charlie Ellis , Marian appreciates the mission of White Apple Institute
DAV honored Eddie C. Applewhite Korean War Vet
Danita Applewhite PhD,CRC (aka "Professor Apple). Founder/CEO of White Apple Institute, Talk Show Host, Disability Advocate, Army Veteran, Speaker, Author, Retired Psychology Professor and Vocational Rehabilitation Counselor. Our audience is inspired by a variety of self-help topics and motivated with tips on managing pain, stress, and related disabling conditions experienced in the classroom and on the job. Since 2009, Dr. Applewhite, along with fellow veterans. volunteers and student interns have helped thousands of “nontraditional” persons with disability enhance their performance, succeed in the workforce and prevent DROPOUT from school, work, and life!
The DAN is a new community outreach program serving as the membership arm of White Apple Institute (WAI). The network is composed of Persons with Disability and a supportive group of neighbors who want to recognize those striving to help themselves succeed as contributing and productive citizens. They meet to help White Apple Institute identify the Underserved in their communities and restore HOPE by sharing their stories, information and local opportunities. Members invite “disability and veteran friendly” businesses, schools and social groups that really want to recognize and help those who are striving to help themselves.
The Differently-Abled Network meetings are a WIN-WIN for recruiters to increase their pool of potential employees and students, while sharing career tips and job opportunities. It is also a WIN_WIN opportunity for those who are willing to ASK for what they NEED to SUCCEED to finish school/college goals and SUCCEED in the WORKPLACE! rig
For a CHANGE spend your change on Veterans who are striving to help themselves!
By December 2018, the students and veterans of White Apple Institute and members of the Differently-Abled Network (DAN), anticipate launching the Place Your B.E.T.S. On Our VETS program as a segment of the ASK Dr. Applewhite Talk Show. We will feature underserved men and women veterans striving to help themselves manage stress, pain, with disability The veterans and family members featured will share their inspirational stories about overcoming chronic hopelessness and/or homelessness, and a variety of socio-cultural and psychological issues that put many At-Risk of dropping out of school, work, and life!
Most critical, is that they will ask our audience via Internet to help provide the things they need to finish higher education goals in order to succeed in the workforce.
We are seeking sponsors from small to major businesses who want their logo and materials displayed at the various sites we tape our veterans' stories and connect them to resources (i.e. college campuses, homeless shelters, food banks, community agencies, job fairs, and more). Also, they will be listed on our website and social media as a "disability and veteran friendly" company. At the top level, we invite employers to share job opportunities on the Ask Dr. Applewhite Talk Show.
Sponsorships start at $10-$300 per month, or $120- $3600 annually..
Coming December 2018! A unique program of White Apple Institute, featuring Veterans with various mental, physical, and Non-visible disability (combat or non-combat, service-connected or not) sharing their story and asking DAN members and other supporters nationwide to LISTEN to them ASK for what they NEED to SUCCEED at school and work. Student Veterans with dependents are priority.
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