Veterans Imagination Project
Futures Thinking and Storytelling for Military Transition
Each year, two hundred thousand service members separate from the military and begin their reintegration to the civilian world. But leaving military service isn’t just a job change or relocation; it’s a fundamental personal transformation made even more challenging by rapid shifts in science, technology, society, and the needs of the 21st century workforce.
The Veterans Imagination Project (VIP) builds on traditional and proven transition services like career counseling and art therapy and infuses them with future-oriented insights to create a holistic intervention for career readiness.
Veterans across Arizona are invited to participate in this program at no cost. Learn more and apply below.
For more information, contact Bob Beard.
Veterans Imagination Project Community Workshops
Learn new skills to navigate your transition and define your post-service success.
Hear From Past Participants
How VIP Can Change Your Trajectory
Helping veterans transition to civilian careers
Program Director Bob Beard and former participant Erik Villegas appear on Arizona PBS to explain more about the methods used and why thinking about the future can be a helpful tool in military to civilian transition.
Imagination project helps student veterans see their future more clearly
Scott Bordow, ASU News
ASU’s Veterans Imagination Project Aims To Help Veterans Envision New Career Paths
By Steve Goldstein