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.
This is your opportunity to #ReportForDuty with The Mission Continues in Los Angeles as part of our third annual Mass Deployment, Operation Watts Is Worth It. The Mission Continues is selecting military veterans and service members from across the country to join forces and serve for the entire week of June 21-28 2018, tackling tough challenges in the L.A. community of Watts.Apply Today
The Mission Continues had planned to launch a service platoon in San Juan by the year 2020, but the devastating effects of Hurricane Maria introduced an immediate need to activate veterans to help rebuild. This call to serve struck a chord with Puerto Rican veterans like Frankie who yearn to be at the forefront of a veteran-led movement. “The hunger of the people to do good and be part of change — that’s something I’ve never seen in my life, after the military. That core is our core.”...Read More