A Veterans Career Path Program


PO Box 71, Board Camp, Arkansas 71932

110 Hickory Ridge Road, Mena, Arkansas 71953


News: Allowing veterans to try different fields before making a lifetime decision.
December 16, 2017, 03:03:57 AM


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We are a non-profit for Veterans and we can prove it.


What is the "VOICE" program?

Mountain Morning Ministries, a non-profit, faith-based organization, has partnered with Homeland America, LLC, to proudly present the VOICE program.  VOICE stands for “Veterans Opportunities in Career Employment”.  VOICE is a one-year, on-site, residency training program, offered at absolutely NO charge to our Veterans.  VOICE was developed to serve honorably-discharged Veterans who have returned home from active duty and assist them in transitioning from the military back to civilian life.  Part of that transition is to assist them in identifying a career path of their choosing that will help them find gainful employment to achieve their goals and dreams.  VOICE is conducted at an established “base camp” in the community of Board Camp, Arkansas, where program-participants will reside during their one year with VOICE.  Veterans who participate in the VOICE program will build positive relationships with professional people and each other, in a structured setting similar to the military experience they are used to.  VOICE offers training and on-the-job work-experience opportunities, in a variety of occupational fields, so Veterans are able to sample different fields to assist them in choosing their career path.  Our Veterans risked their lives to protect us so we can live in the land of the free. VOICE is our way of saying “Thank You” and giving back to the men and women who gave of themselves.


Career path advisors will meet with program participants to provide an overview of each hands-on career training program available, and will help them identify the career path that best meets their goals.  The following programs are just a sampling of those being offered through Mountain Morning Ministries' sponsorship and Homeland America's facilitation of the "VOICE" program.  All program-participating Veterans will also receive “Life Skills” training in areas such as first aid, firefighting and prevention, personal management skills, etc.


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Stage Production 


Crystal Mining 




Website Monitoring 


Animal Welfare 


Fire Fighting 


Remote Mitigation 






Logistics & Support 






Sports Administrator 


Composition Writer


Food Service

What is the cost of VOICE

To help get a Veteran off the street at a homeless shelter costs about $3,200 a month. To send a Veteran to trade school could cost over $4,500 a month. VOICE cost only $980 a month to house, feed and train a Veteran. Out of that $980 we give $200 a month to each Veteran to help them meet personal expenses. This is the least we can do for our Veterans who have already paid the price. 

Veterans Helping Veterans

“Value ourselves, value others” is a way to measure our ability to learn from one another. If we value who we are as individuals, we will value others and draw from their knowledge, skills and abilities, as well as share from our own. Veterans have a wealth of knowledge to share with each other and the world. Orville Murphy, a Vietnam-era Veteran, is Founder of the VOICE program, and VOICE is his way of valuing, reaching out and sharing with other Veterans. “Veterans helping Veterans builds self-esteem, self-worth and confidence to prepare for a better tomorrow.” In 2002, Orville was awarded a congressional honor for volunteerism in his community. He is known for his excellent fiscal responsibility and ethical business practices. 

Orville Murphy 1972

Founder of VOICE

Orville Murphy, Army 1972

Jobs vs Careers

A job is a job is a job.  Jobs come and go.  A career is more than a job... it's an investment in often lengthy and complete training, and a person's self-worth and self-identity are tied to a career.  A job is what you do and a career is who you are. Straightforwardly – the VOICE program offers training and short-term work-experiences in jobs of choice to help Veterans identify, in a hands-on manner, a career path that will enhance their interest and purpose, as they transition back into civilian life.


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The VOICE program’s purpose is to serve honorably-discharged Veterans, at no charge to them, by assisting them in identifying a meaningful and gainful career path, through their participation in job site work experience opportunities and other learning projects designed especially to assist them in making a positive and productive transition back into the civilian workforce.


The VOICE program’s mission is to assist and ensure that all program-participating Veterans, are given the best opportunities possible to identify their career path through various learning and job site work experience programs, and, to promote their self-esteem and value of self-worth, through avenues of networking and building meaningful relationships from their experiences.


The VOICE program’s vision is that all program-participating Veterans, will realize value, dignity and respect, through those assisting them in identifying their career pathway, as a way of thanking them for their service to their country, and, for every Veteran to find their individual niche of productivity, so they might achieve their goals and dreams.


Tax-deductible Support for VOICE

Tax-deductible opportunities for support of the VOICE program, are now available!  They are many and varied, as our Veterans' needs are many and varied.  Cash donations will pay the bills, but there are many other ways to help, such as with donations of materials, training assistance, job placement opportunities, and more!  Please call one of our staff members today at 479-243-0871 to see how your offerings can assist in making this program grow better and stronger for our Veterans! 


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