The Wyakin Warrior Foundation™ Mission Statement: To capture the courageous and indomitable spirit of wounded warriors through adoption into a prestigious fraternal organization with national-level mentorship, education and corporate connections that will propel an ever increasing number of highly motivated veterans into positions of civic, business or government leadership, fostering a spirit of service to other wounded warriors throughout the nation.
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James Donaldson (photo by Adam Eschbach/IPT) The Idaho Press Tribune highlighted two Wyakin Warriors who have attended College of Western Idaho – one just graduated with an AA degree in Cyber Security and the other just completed his first semester. Read the article here.
Successful completion of the Wyakin Warrior program brings with it a commitment for life. For the rest of his or her life, the veteran will always be a Wyakin Warrior, and will never be alone. The Wyakin Warrior Foundation™ will maintain contact with each graduate through a proactive “reach out and touch” philosophy to check [...]
Men and women join the military for several reasons, but they all share – and have demonstrated – a willingness to serve. That spirit of service doesn’t go away when a warrior is wounded or injured, and we continue that commitment in the Wyakin Warrior program. Each student veteran will be required to complete a [...]