Honoring Clay on Their Wedding Day

| Posted By: Bobbi Snethen
Honoring Clay on Their Wedding Day

Peter Saxon presented his wife Anna, a friend of Clay Hunt, with an impactful gift on their wedding day. ... Read More »

Update from the Training Shop

| Posted By: Jason Ferguson
Update from the Training Shop

When Team Rubicon isn't responding to disasters, we’re preparing for them. There’s some unrivaled passion regarding all things training brewing across TR Nation. Here’s an update to help us all march to the same cadence.... Read More »

Deploying Internationally with Team Rubicon

| Posted By: Patrick Ross III
Deploying Internationally with Team Rubicon

What do you need to know? ... Read More »

Career Opportunities with Sears

| Posted By: Bobbi Snethen
Career Opportunities with Sears

If you’re on the hunt for an employer who values service and understands your potential, tap into Sears Holdings Corporation, a Fortune 500 organization committed to pairing the unique skills of military veterans with job opportunities. For the seventh consecutive year, Sears Holdings has been recognized by G.I. Jobs on its “Top 100 Military Friendly Employers.” In 2013, they were ranked #14 and they’ve got no... Read More »

For Love of Country

| Posted By: Bobbi Snethen
For Love of Country

We’re fired up this morning. Why? Because For Love of Country, a new book co-authored by Starbucks Chairman, President, and CEO Howard Schultz and award-winning Washington Post Senior Correspondent Rajiv Chandrasekaran, is highlighting our mission and featuring members of our team. The book is a celebration of the courage, dedication, and sacrifice of post-9/11 American veterans on the battlefield and their equally valuable contributions on the home front,... Read More »

We Can Combat Suicide as a Community

| Posted By: Amanda Burke
We Can Combat Suicide as a Community

It's not just a veteran problem, it's a community problem... Read More »

Relive #TRLC2015

| Posted By: Bobbi Snethen
Relive #TRLC2015

[View the story “Team Rubicon’s Annual Leadership Conference” on Storify]... Read More »

A Note From Our Chief Operating Officer

| Posted By: Ken Harbaugh
A Note From Our Chief Operating Officer

It’s been one hell of a year, and since last week marked my anniversary at Team Rubicon, I thought I’d share a few reflections on how far we’ve come. When Will McNulty and Jake Wood first approached me about joining TR 18 months ago, there were seven full-time staff members and fewer than 1,000 volunteers. The notion of becoming a truly professionalized disaster relief organization... Read More »

Blue Screen of Death Won’t Halt Our Progress

| Posted By: Patrick Ross III
Blue Screen of Death Won’t Halt Our Progress

The other day I had an encouraging conversation over the phone (who knew that cell phones could still function as telephones?) with one of our regional leaders. She shared how even when she dedicates in excess of 40 hours a week to Team Rubicon, there is still more work to be done. She bragged about how squared away her regional team is and how if... Read More »

Four T’s of TR

| Posted By: Erica Chomsky
Four T’s of TR

Team Rubicon is a multi-faceted organization with a dual mission of helping communities affected by disasters and veterans looking for another chance to serve, so it’s no surprise there are truck loads of moving parts that keep this engine running. We broke it down into four, easy-to-digest categories: Tools We’re talkin’ chainsaws, skid-steers, gloves, shovels, safety glasses, etc. We are as effective as our equipment, which is why it’s important we use it... Read More »