Jeremy and Rose recently had the honor of meeting Country Music Legend Charlie Daniels where they discussed a number of issues facing our nation's combat Veterans today. Learn more about The Journey Home Project and how Charlie Daniels supports Veterans.
Jeremy spent 8 days at Texas A&M's Mays Business School McFerrin Center for Entrepreneurship learning from leaders in the business community. Learn more about EBV.
Charlie Five's founder, Jeremy Svejcar, was accepted to the Semper Fi Fund Apprenticeship Program. The program assists qualifying post-9/11 service members in the development of training and education plans, goals, timelines in an effort to establish meaningful trades, careers or small business opportunities.
The apprenticeship provided Charlie Five with the capital to complete a majority of the training facilities to get going.
By working with the Jinx McCain Horsemanship program, Jeremy attends beneficial clinics to help him build his skills as a trainer.
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Whether doing groundwork or riding, training starts in the round pen. We are grateful for the hard work that Boy Scout Troop 166 put in building ours for a Scout's Eagle Badge! Thanks to these young men, their parents and all the donors that made this essential piece of equipment possible!