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Military & Veteran Services

A resource for future, current, and past UNCG military-affiliated students

Military-Affiliated Services

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UNC Greensboro has a proud legacy of embracing veteran students dating as far back as the Woman’s College alumnae returning from service as WAVES, WACS and nurses in World War II. Today, we strive to create a welcoming and constructive atmosphere for one of our nation’s greatest resources: our veterans.

Military-Affiliated Services is committed to our ongoing mission of:

Coordinating services for veterans, active duty military personnel, and their dependents, serving as a liaison and advocate for military affiliated students, improving military-affiliated student success, and developing a sense of community between our military and civilian populations.

 

VRC Team:

Wrenn, BradleyBrad Wrenn

Coordinator, Military-Affiliated Services

Brad Wrenn earned his Bachelor’s Degree in International Business from UNC Greensboro and his Master’s Degree in Adult Education from East Carolina University. He began his career in education as a Business Development Project Manager for an executive education facility in Greensboro called The Center for Creative Leadership. He then went on to graduate school at ECU, and upon the completion of his studies he came back to Greensboro to work for UNCG in the School of Nursing, where he served as an Experiential Learning Technologist and as the Project Manager for the Veterans Access Program. He lives in Greensboro with his wife Rachel, and his hobbies include beekeeping, gardening, and backpacking. Brad served 6 years in the United States Air Force and is the Coordinator for Military-Affiliated Services.

 

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Administrative Support Associate, Military-Affiliated Services 

Eduardo Pinero is a 4 year Marine Corps veteran with one combat deployment. Upon leaving the Marine Corps he earned his Bachelor’s Degree in Political Science from UNC Greensboro. He began working with veterans in higher education while serving as a Veteran Affairs work-study in Military-Affiliated Services. Eduardo now services as the Administrative Assistant and is very excited to have an opportunity to serve those who have served. Outside of work he is an avid marksman, motorcycle rider, and hiker.