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The National Notary Association Offers Free Notary Training For U.S. Veterans At NNA 2014 Conference In Phoenix

Los Angeles, California - April 07, 2014

VeteranVocational Training Will Help Unemployed Veterans Enter The Workforce And Answer The ‘Consumer Protection’ Call Of Duty

LOS ANGELES, April 7, 2014 – To support our troops as they face the difficult task of establishing civilian career paths, the National Notary Association (NNA) is offering complimentary Notary training to veterans during the NNA 2014 Conference on Monday, June 2, 2014 in Phoenix, Arizona.

The complimentary Notary training — fully funded by the NNA’s philanthropic arm, the National Notary Foundation (NNF) — is being offered to further the NNA’s commitment to help military veterans return to civilian life. Veterans face unique career challenges as they transition out of active duty, which is underscored by the fact that half of the military veteran population is currently out of work.

“This contribution is a small token of our gratitude for their service. We’re proud to participate with other industry leaders in providing a warm welcome home for our servicemen and women,” said NNA President and CEO Thomas Heymann. “We believe veterans bring an inherent level of trust, loyalty, honesty and safety to the table, which makes them a natural fit for serving as a Notary Public.”

Veterans will have complimentary access toa variety of workshops that demonstrate how serving the country as a Notary Public is an important role for consumer protection. Training includes Notary basics, preventing financial exploitation of the elderly, current trends for electronic notarizations and Notary Signing Agent training for mortgage loan signings. In addition to educational workshops, veterans will have the opportunity to build business relationships at exclusive networking events. The full conference agenda is available at NationalNotary.org/Conference.

By becoming a Notary Public, or by improving their Notary skills, veterans will gain valuable vocational training for their resume as they apply for work in corporate America. Notaries serve an essential consumer protection role in many industries, including real estate finance, healthcare, and the legal profession to name a few.Veterans with an entrepreneurial spirit can also become small business owners as a mobile Notary or a full-time Notary Signing Agent.

Seating is limited so Veterans are encouraged to register early through the NNA 2014 Conference website, directly through etouches.com/NNA2014 or email questions about the program to our customer service team at Veterans@NationalNotary.org.

About the National Notary Foundation

The National Notary Foundation (NNF) is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit corporation established in 1997 by the National Notary Association (NNA). The NNF supports scholarship, education, research, personal achievement, humanitarian and philanthropic projects for less fortunate Americans and others in need around the globe. All of the NNF’s operating costs are donated by the NNA and 100 percent of NNF contributions go directly to the worthy programs it supports.

About the National Notary Association

Established in 1957, the National Notary Association (NNA) is the leading professional authority on the American Notary office and is dedicated to educating, serving and advocating for the nation’s 4.4 million Notaries. It published the Model Notary Act to help lawmakers enact effective legislation and created The Notary Public Code of Professional Responsibility — a standard for best practices and professional conduct. To learn more, visit NationalNotary.org.