National Purple Heart Day




The Purple Heart was created on this day back in 1782 as the Badge of Military Merit. At the time, it was given to both soldiers who had been injured during combat as well as to the eldest soldiers to commemorate their years of service. These days, the Purple Heart is presented to soldiers who have been injured in combat or to their family members posthumously if they died in battle.

NTI is proud to support both disabled veterans and Americans with disabilities. In many cases, veterans have been injured and have become disabled after their time in service, which means they aren’t eligible for disabled veteran benefits plus a disability could lead to issues with finding employment, especially if you can’t drive.

We want to help and, more important, can help. If you are a veteran who was disabled after combat, and you’re collecting SSI or SSDI, you could soon be heading on your next important mission of working from home in a new job.

NTI works with veterans with disabilities and Americans with disabilities to help mentor, train through NTI University, and guide them along the path to a new work from home job for our Fortune 500 companies. All you have to do is reach out to us at www.nticentral.org/apply to get started.

BIO: Mary E. Hart is the Digital Communications Specialist for NTI. She is also a freelance writer, editor and content strategist, specializing in writing copy that converts. Previously, she worked in Demand Generation marketing for UBM Tech and Ziff Davis Enterprise. In her spare time, Mary is working on the next great ghost novel.

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