Veteran Program Partners

Moro Performanc

Moro Performance is pleased to announce a new partnership with CUW Veteran Services. The first 25 CUW Veterans to become members at Moro Performance will receive a 50% discount on a yearly membership. Veterans and their spouse are eligible for a couples discount as well. Additionally, any CUW Veteran looking for an internship in the areas of Marketing, Exercise Physiology, Sports Management, or any other area in Sports Entertainment are welcome to apply. Moro Performance is Veteran and CUW Alumni owned and located conveniently in Mequon, Wisconsin 10 minutes from campus!

For more information on Moro Performance, please visit: moroperformance.com or call (414) 514-MORO


American Legion Post 1881

Concordia is the home of the first American Legion post on a college campus in the state of Wisconsin, post 1881.

Learn more here.


Take a Vet Fishing

Take a Vet Fishing has partnered with CUW and their Veteran Services Department in 2015 to help provide Veterans an opportunity to learn the latest in fishing techniques from dedicated fishermen in Wisconsin, Illinois and Minnesota.

Learn more at www.takeavetfishing.com
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TakeaVetFishingNFP


Ms. Cheryle Rebholz

Ms. Cheryle Rebholz of Mequon, WI is a new partner of our CUW Veterans Services Department and American Legion Post 1881. Ms. Rebholz graciously donated new Red, White and Blue Graduation Chords to help establish a new graduation tradition for Veterans. Every graduating Veteran will proudly wear our nation’s colors with their cap and gown.


Take a Vet Fishing

Villani Landshapers has partnered with CUW to offer an apprenticeship program called the Villani “Patriot” Scholarship to CUW Military Veteran/ Students who are working towards degrees in Management. The Veterans will have an opportunity to utilize their leadership skills during their paid internship and with the dual goal of completing their degree at Concordia and promoting into a management position within Landshapers.

Learn more at www.villani-landshapers.com