<li><a href="https://www.bliss.army.mil/garrison/sites/local/">Visit Fort Bliss</a></li>

<h3 class="dark">Community Programs and Services</h3>
<h4>Freedom Fiesta</h4>
<p>The Freedom Fiesta is a month long series of recreational events for Soldiers and their Families, sponsored by AUSA and the civilian community at minimal cost to participants. The Fiesta begins in May with a free picnic for all Soldiers and their Families and ends with a July 4th celebration, Viva el Paso performances, a night at the Speedway car races, and a charity golf tournament.</p>

<h4>El Paso Community College Scholarship Programs</h4>
<p>The El Paso Community College has Scholarship Programs that establish endowments for $100,000 for military spouses. For more information visit <a href="http://www.epcc.edu">www.epcc.edu.</a></p>

<h4>Job Center online</h4>
<p>The Greater El Paso Chamber of Commerce hosts a job center online where spouses of military members can seek employment and post their resumes, enabling clients to match to the resume qualifications.</p>

<h4>Job Center for Spouses</h4>
<p>The Job Center for Spouses, provided thru a grant from the Rio Grande Workforce Commission, teaches resume writing, interview techniques, and how to prepare for the job market. For more information visit <a href="http://www.urgjobs.com/index.php'option=com_content&task=blogcategory&id=0&Itemid=57">http://www.urgjobs.com.</a></p>

<p>The AUSA Adopt-a-Unit program allows local businesses to adopt a battalion or brigade and have programs which include interaction, recreational activities, and exchange programs. For more information visit <a href="http://www3.ausa.org/chapweb/obc/programs.htm">www3.ausa.org.</a></p>

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