Veterans Voice Pueblo host, Cassime Joseph, introduces you you to Josh Wills, a key member of Mt. Carmel Veterans Service Center Pueblo. Josh was born in California, but his parents owned land in Huerfano County, Colorado, so they moved their family there in 1990. He followed family customs and served in the United States Navy.
Josh returned to school after serving in the military and earned an associate's degree in criminology at Bellevue College in Washington State. Afterward, he returned to Colorado and started working as a prison officer where he was later elevated to the case manager position. At Colorado State University-Pueblo, Josh pursued his study and earned a bachelor's degree in sociology and criminology with a minor in psychology (CSU-P). Subsequently, he worked as an investigator in Colorado Springs and Pueblo for The Resource Exchange (TRE).
Then the Covid-19 epidemic arrived, and everything changed. Josh assists veterans as a Peer Navigator in the Mt. Carmel Veterans Service Center in Pueblo's Transition and Employment division of Pueblo's Mt. Carmel.
Veterans Voice Pueblo is a service of Mt. Carmel Veterans Service Center Pueblo, produced by Rev 89 Productions and distributed via the Rev 89 Productions Podcast Channel powered by CSU Pueblo.
The Veterans Voice Project presented by USAA is an Mt. Carmel Veterans Service Center service. Veterans Voice Colorado Springs is produced in the OPTUM Podcast Studio, distributed via the Medicare Mentors Veterans Voice Podcast Channel, powered by Technology Partner Colorado Computer Support, and made possible in part by Supporting Partner, The WireNut Home Services.
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