Identify a military veteran or family member past or present to interview. Interviews can be in person or over the phone. 1) Provide basic information about the interviewee (no name is needed) such as gender, age, military branch/connection to the military, experience

Identify a military veteran or family member past or present to interview. Interviews can be in person or over the phone.

1) Provide basic information about the interviewee (no name is needed) such as gender, age, military branch/connection to the military, experience, etc. – 1 point

2) Create your questions which should be geared towards learning more about the perceptions, experiences, values, unique challenges, and satisfaction on available resources. Be creative and use this opportunity to learn more about military members and military culture. You should have a minimum of 10 questions. List the interview questions and answers. Do not have simple, one-word answerable questions and responses! – 7 points

3) What did you learn from the interview that you feel might help work with Veterans? What stood out to you the most from this course that you feel is attractive or helpful? – 2 points