Patriot Boot Camp will host its technology entrepreneurship education program for the military community at Geekdom from Feb. 3-5.
On the same day as the annual Point-In-Time count, USAA announced that it will contribute $1.3 million to help fight homelessness in San Antonio.
USAA has partnered with Geekdom to underwrite 50% of fees for military veterans, active duty military, and military spouses who sign up as new members.
From the moment Sonia Alvarado saw her son, Luis, in a hospital bed in Landstuhl, Germany, she knew that her family’s life would never be the same.
The images are well known – wounded service members with severe injuries, confined to beds or wheelchairs – no longer able to serve their country.
The selection process for this fall’s TEDxSanAntonio was a summer-long deliberation that has produced a stellar and thought-provoking lineup for the event in November, said Kelly Strait, chair of the TEDxSanAntonio programming committee.
USAA, the San Antonio-based financial services giant that serves military members and their families, is embarking on a new corporate philanthropic journey.
USAA named Wayne Peacock President of USAA’s Property and Casualty Insurance Group and Heather Cox as USAA’s Chief Technology and Digital Officer on Friday.
San Antonio-based insurance, banking and investment giant USAA is moving more than 100 workers downtown to its One Riverwalk Place tower in the central business district, and establishing a 100-person design studio in downtown Austin, a company spokesman confirmed Thursday.
Active duty military, veterans, employees and visitors gazed solemnly at 640,000 red poppies as they passed though “D Courtyard” in USAA’s headquarters in San Antonio Tuesday morning.