A first of its kind non-profit that aims to train disabled veterans in the long-lost art of watchmaking is now offering employment to graduate…
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You can 'watch' a concert this weekend in Middletown either in person, or online, benefitting local veterans.
"It was a match made in heaven."
Even as we rely more on our cellphones, there is still a growing demand for watchmaking and repair. Four military veterans are now the first graduates of a Delaware program that teaches them the skill - and a lot more.
Over time, veterans are able to overcome their issues and get training for job opportunities through a growing program in southern New Castle …
A dream built on donations received its largest gift to date that's catapulted Delaware's Veterans Watchmaker Initiative (VWI) into a new realm.
Jim Gardiner, 58, has been out the Coast Guard since the eighties, but described the transition back into civilian life as "difficult."