The Mission Continues empowers veterans who are adjusting to life at home to find purpose through community impact. We deploy veterans on new missions in their communities, so that their actions will inspire future generations to serve.Learn more
Are you a current service member or veteran of the United States Military? Learn more about opportunities to report for duty in your community with The Mission Continues.
Veterans are reporting for duty through The Mission Continues Fellowship and Service Platoon Programs.
of Alumni reported that they felt comfortable and included within The Mission Continues culture, compared with 19% in civilian culture as a whole.
reported that they formed bonds with civilians through The Mission Continues, compared with 30% who said the same about their reintegration.
of Mission Continues Fellows report their service experience improved their chance of finding a job.
of Mission Continues Fellows employed full-time, enrolled in higher education or retired after completing their six-month service commitment.
of Mission Continues Fellows felt they had the ability to make a difference in their community after completing their six month service commitment.
communities served by Mission Continues since 2007.
Report for duty in your community this November in honor of Veterans Day. Mission Continues Service Platoons will be in action across the country by leading service projects, hosting social events and taking part in community celebrations. Join us to make a difference, swap stories, and meet other veterans, service members and supporters in your community.Learn More
On June 21-28 2018, we’re deploying 85 veteran leaders to Watts in Los Angeles for our third Mass Deployment, Operation Watts Is Worth It (OWW). For the veterans who attend, Mass Deployment is a week of personal growth and community impact. They forge new connections that become lifelong bonds of friendship and support. And June is just the beginning of their impact...Read More