Employment Opportunities

At SHELTER, Inc. we offer a variety of employment opportunities, a culture that supports diversity, enthusiasm and respect with competitive compensation packages, including health and dental insurance, paid time off and retirement benefits.

  • Case Managers must be skilled working with participants who have experienced severe trauma and are struggling to improve their circumstances. Case managers are expected to adhere to the highest standards of human service delivery, professional conduct, responsibility and social service ethics in the performance of their job assignment at all times. The Case Manager must be adept at collecting, entering and using data to drive high quality performance. The Case Manager may work a flexible schedule and must be willing to accommodate participants who are available only during the evening or on weekends.

    Overview:

    Screen prospective program participants for services eligibility.
    Gather income verification and other necessary documentation for those eligible for temporary financial assistance needs and other support services, informing participants of their rent/deposit obligations and other requirements.
    Completes assessments of new clients that include the HMIS Intake, VISPDAT, and Housing Retention Assessment. Complete a Participation Contract with each applicant after service identification process is completed.
    Keep current on best practices in the socials services and housing placement fields.
    Connect and maintain liaison to internal and external service resources.
    Carry a caseload of 20-50 (as determined by service type) households in need of housing assistance, maintaining regular contact with program participants, other service partners, etc.
    Help program participants develop Service Action Plan in which they self-define attainable goals and time-specific task commitments for acquiring the skills and resources required for successful stabilization of their households.
    Share information with program participants related to personal/family budgeting and financial management, including support with filing tax returns, filing for Earned Income Tax Credit, banking and credit repair.
    Help program participants connect to public and private service resources available to assist them in attaining their stabilization, and follow-up on referrals to encourage participants’ forward momentum/progress.
    Maintain liaison to service partners via case conferences and 1-to-1 follow-up.
    Regularly report to supervisor on challenging issues that arise in participants’ progress, presenting recommendations for service transfers, discontinuances or extensions.
    Actively participates in case reviews and case conferences to seek out “best practices” and “Double Loop” learning opportunities.
    Participate in the process of preparing progress reports for internal and external customers as directed.
    Follow established procedure for opening service file.
    Keep all relevant service data up-to-date in HMIS system and maintain case files in accordance with applicable guidelines, completing data entry at the time of – or, in exceptional situations, within 24-hours of - every service interaction.
    Reviews discrepancies in data received, verifies accuracy, requests clarification or advises supervisor of issues related to data
    Complies with data integrity and security policies
    Meets data quality standards
    Uses data to drive high quality job performance
    Participate in service trainings and coordination meetings as directed.
    Coordinate with Quality Assurance Specialist on internal documentation compliance.
    EXPECTED PROFICIENCIES:

    Knowledge of social service resource systems and self-help intervention strategies.
    Knowledge and skills in handling substance abuse and mental health issues.
    Knowledge of public benefits and financial resources available in the community.
    Ability to successfully develop relationships utilizing motivational interviewing techniques.
    Crisis intervention and conflict resolution skills.
    Patience/tolerance and tact/diplomacy.
    Proven analytical and adaptability skills
    Knowledge of family budgeting and money management.
    Clear/firm-yet-flexible boundaries, consistent energy level and positive demeanor.
    Thoroughness and accuracy with data collection, entry and quality control in a web based database.
    Professionalism: high level of integrity and strong ethical values show capacity to maintain highest standards of confidentiality with all records, including organizational and individual information.
    Strong oral/written communication and listening skills.
    Self-motivated and accountable for work time and other agency resources.
    Quality control: demonstrates accuracy and thoroughness, monitors own work to ensure quality and applies feedback to improve performance.
    Well organized: able to effectively manage multiple assignments to meet project deadlines.
    MINUIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:

    AA degree in social services or related area, certification from a two year program in related area, and/or a combination of education and experience that demonstrates a capacity to help people coming from crisis situations and traumatizing circumstances to develop self-sustainability.
    Experience working with low income and/or homeless populations.
    Proficient computer skills, including Microsoft Office Suite (Outlook, Word and Excel)
    Proficient typing skills
    Ability and willingness to work flexible hours to accommodate participants available only during the evening or on weekends.
    Experience working in diverse settings with people across all socio-economic spectrums and a wide variety of personalities and roles - staff, residents, local agencies, contractors, lenders, etc.
    Access to reliable personal transportation required, including a DMV record that permits driver to be insured under SHELTER, Inc.’s automobile coverage.
    Must successfully pass a criminal background check.
    PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS:

    Bachelor’s Degree with emphasis in social services, psychology or related fields
    Experience working with people in low-income subsidized housing arrangements and/or supportive housing programs.
    Bi-Lingual (Spanish).
    SHELTER, Inc. provides an excellent benefits package including Medical, Dental, Life, Vision, LTD, AD&D, 403b retirement plan, Flexible Spending Account, EAP and AFLAC. In addition, SHELTER, Inc. provides 14 paid holidays per year, plus a floating holiday to be taken on or around your birthday and 18 days of PTO per year to start!

  • SHELTER, Inc. is an independent nonprofit organization founded in 1986 to aid East Bay area's homeless population. We are currently seeking a dynamic and compassionate sales person to work with a diverse participant profile. This full-time Housing Resource Specialist will assist in securing housing and providing training/support to our valued program participants.

    ESSENTIAL DUTIES:

    LANDLORD OUTREACH & HOUSING SEARCH SUPPORT:

    Locate and build relationships with landlords who are willing to house homeless
    Provides support for referrals to appropriate housing, identifying vacancies based on needs and availability, assisting with scheduling apartment viewings, submitting rental applications, and follow-up with property owners
    Negotiate rental agreements with landlords, conduct housing inspections, and assist participants with review of lease agreements and move-ins
    Match landlord qualifications with client needs
    Assist in assuring housing meets habitability standards
    Assure appropriate documentation is in order for facilities considered for participant placement
    Maintain collaborative working relationship with other community service providers
    Complete paperwork and obtain housing subsidies for participants as needed
    Conduct regular home visits to all participants & Provide assessments of each client and create individual housing case plans including written recommendations for housing needs
    Maintains and updates a Housing Directory which will include apartment communities, affordable housing providers, clean-and-sober housing, residential facilities, housing authority contacts, and any other housing resource to assist participants in the search for housing
    Track changes in contract law and/or regulatory requirements which may impact housing placement efforts for the population served
    TRAINING AND DEVELOPMENT:

    Provide ongoing, monthly housing retention support to clients after they are housed
    Coordinate with client and program staff to obtain and enter six-month and twelve-month housing retention information into database and reporting programs.
    Present training materials on topics such as:
    *How to complete a rental application

    *Barriers to tenant selection

    *Tenant Rights and Responsibilities

    *Fair Housing and Reasonable Accommodation

    QUALIFICATIONS:

    Two years property management experience- affordable and conventional preferred
    Knowledge of local housing market and housing resources preferred
    Strong written and verbal communication skills
    Demonstrated computer skills in a range of applications, such as MS Word, MS Excel, HMIS, PowerPoint and web based applications
    Reliable transportation and a valid CDL is required for this position.
    Training and presentation skills
    Strong customer service focus is a must
    Must be open to flexible work schedule to accommodate varied schedules of landlords and clients.

    Required experience:

    Property Management 2 years- CA Landlord tenant relations and strong grasp of Fair Housing law and policies.

    Required license or certification:

    CA Driver's License

    ***Excellent Benefits including Medical, Dental, Life, Vision, LTD, AD&D, 403b retirement plan, Flexible Spending Account, EAP and AFLAC. In addition, SHELTER, Inc. provides 14 paid holidays per year and 18 days of PTO per year!

  • JOB POSTING: Program Manager
    Applicants are requested to provide a cover letter along with a resume.
    SHELTER, Inc. is an independent, community-based, not-for-profit organization established in 1986 to lead Contra Costa County’s effort to eliminate homelessness. Since then, we have helped over 80,000 people to avoid losing their housing or make the transition from homelessness to self-sustainability.
    SHELTER, Inc.’s mission is to prevent and end homelessness for low-income, homeless, and disadvantaged families and individuals by providing housing, services, support, and resources that lead to self-sufficiency. We do this by focusing on three essential areas: 1) preventing homelessness (furnishing immediate short-term rental assistance and financial planning guidance); 2) ending homelessness (making available emergency shelter, permanent housing, education, counseling and employment services); and 3) providing affordable housing (SHELTER Inc. owns or leases hundreds of units to house those most vulnerable in our community). Our programs encompass multiple strategies including low-income affordable housing, permanent supportive housing, rapid re-housing, emergency family shelter, rental assistance, and employment services. We serve all populations including the disabled, veterans, and domestic violence victims. Every year we assist over 500 families with more than 1,000 children and an additional 500 individuals, totaling over 2,500 lives.
    SHELTER, Inc. is expanding its services and programs so we are currently recruiting for a number of Program Managers. Successful candidates will:
    • Be innovative, flexible, and able to establish strong internal and external working partnerships
    • Value a learning environment and have experience developing staff
    • Thrive in a fast paced work environment
    • Have an urgency and commitment to help individuals and families retain, regain and maintain housing stability and greater self-determination
    • Be able to balance multiple, and sometimes conflicting, staff, client, management, and strategic priorities
    • Have experience managing staff, contracts, and budgets
    • Be comfortable interacting directly with program participants that could include individuals and families experiencing homelessness who may also be veterans, have a history of incarceration, be survivors of interpersonal violence, and/or challenged by physical, or substance abuse disabilities homeless families, and or cognitive, mental health patients.
    Overview:
    • Manage program and staff to achieve all program and contractual deliverables, including reporting and meeting deadlines.
    • Conduct periodic case reviews with case managers to monitor applicant’s needs assessment, eligibility confirmation processes, monitor progress, and fine-tune intervention strategies and techniques.
    • Continually evaluate the overall quality and effectiveness of program design and services; recommend adjustments to improve outcomes and contractual obligations; prepare for and present program reviews.
    • Provide top quality external and internal customer service with an emphasis on responsiveness, confidentiality, consistency, and non-discrimination.
    • Establish and monitor caseloads and work activities of direct reports to ensure service delivery and contract outcomes.
    • Model and promote agency values, customer service, professional standards and Code of Conduct.
    EXPECTED PROFICIENCIES:
    • Extensive knowledge of best practices in the homeless intervention field, i.e. housing first/rapid re-housing, strength-based resiliency model, trauma-informed care, motivational interviewing, etc.
    • Thorough knowledge of social services network and experience developing collaborative partner relationships with community allies
    • Leadership skills including managing budgets, capacity to set and achieve goals, plan and facilitate meetings and group processes, negotiation and mediation skills, maintain patience and tolerance, tact/diplomacy in stressful situations, integrity and cultural competence, commitment to support diversity, equity, and inclusion, and ability to provide and receive constructive feedback, ethics
    • Professionalism and leadership in maintaining confidentiality with all records, including organizational and individual information, setting appropriate boundaries, knowledge of, and adherence to, applicable laws and regulations.
    MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:
    • Bachelor’s degree in social work, social sciences or a closely related field of study (significant related work experience in lieu of a credential will be considered).
    • At least three years of experience working with low income and/or homeless individuals and families.
    • At least two years of experience in supervising three or more staff.
    • Typing skills and computer proficiency (Microsoft Word, Outlook, PowerPoint and Excel).
    • Experience with HMIS systems, databases and administrative/office management responsibilities.
    • Ability to add, subtract, multiply and divide, using whole numbers, fractions, and decimals, including ability to compute rate, ratio, and percent, and use skills to analyze budgets and program outcomes.
    • Ability/willingness to work flexible hours.
    • Personal experiences or empathy that demonstrates the ability to relate to those experiencing homelessness and making the transition to housing stability and greater self-sufficiency.
    • Experience working in diverse settings with people across all socio-economic spectrums and a wide variety of personalities and roles - staff, residents, local agencies, contractors, lenders, etc.
    • Current valid drivers’ license and proof of insurance.
    • Must successfully pass a criminal background check.
    PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS:
    • Master’s degree in social work, social sciences, or an applicable field of study
    • Experience and current professional credential or licensure equivalent to MSW, LCSW, MFT, etc.
    • Five years of direct experience working in housing or service programs working directly with low-income, homeless, and disadvantaged persons.
    • Three years of experience in providing supervision to five or more direct service staff.
    • Access to reliable personal transportation, including a DMV record that permits driver to be insured.
    • Bilingual.
    PHYSICAL DEMANDS:
    The physical demands described below are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
    While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to talk and hear. The employee is often required to sit and use their hands and fingers to handle or feel objects. The employee is occasionally required to stand, walk, reach with hands and arms, climb or balance, and stoop, kneel, crouch or crawl. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision.
    The employee is expected to be able to drive within Northern California around 30% of the time.
    The employee must frequently lift and/or move up to 10 pounds and occasionally lift and/or move up to 25 pounds.
    There are no unusual environmental conditions. Typically, the noise level in the work environment is quiet.
    Excellent benefits including Medical, Dental, Life, Vision, LTD, AD&D, 403b retirement plan, Flexible Spending Account, EAP and AFLAC. In addition, SHELTER, Inc. provides 14 paid holidays per year, plus a floating holiday to be taken on or around your birthday and 18 days of PTO per year!

  • Under the direction of the Director of Development, the Grants Manager has primary responsibility for the identification, cultivation and stewardship of foundation and corporate funders. The Grants Manager is responsible for maintaining current relationships with foundation and corporate funders. In addition, the Grants Manager assists in the identification and cultivation of government funders as it relates to funding opportunities. In addition, the Grants Manager is responsible for researching and seeking new sources of funding from foundation, corporate and government funders. The Grants Manager is also responsible for managing the grants process, from research to implementation and insuring that all nongovernmental contract requirements are fulfilled by responsible parties.

    Develop annual Private Grants Strategy that identifies targets and task timetable for renewal and new applications.
    Research and track existing and emerging public grant opportunities relevant to service areas.
    Provide earliest possible notice and assessment of emerging private grant opportunities and facilitate a clear, orderly decision-making process regarding their response.
    Coordinate with Director of Development, Director of Program Operations, Chief Executive Officer and others in developing responses to those funding opportunities being pursued.
    Research and develop profiles needed to evaluate/prioritize prospective foundation and corporate supporters.
    Engage the Executive Director, Director of Development, Director of Programs and other staff as appropriate in developing strong relationships with institutional investors.
    Develop and maintain systems for tracking status and deadlines of all funding applications, renewals, and, for nongovernmental funders, grant reports.
    Monitor progress toward foundation/corporate grant income goal and regularly report progress to Director of Development.
    Coordinate with Department Directors during assembly of program narrative, budget/financial data, and other information involved in preparation of new and renewal private funding applications.
    Prepare and submit funding proposals for general operating, program support and capital programs as appropriate.
    Manage grant writer(s), providing supervision, project oversight and feedback, as necessary.
    Facilitate interdepartmental cooperation to ensure the nongovernment and government grant application process is managed for the benefit of the organization.
    Provide outstanding stewardship for foundation and corporate funders, ensuring reports, other updates and requests are completed on time or early.
    Special projects as assigned.
    You are:

    Excellent communicator, both written and verbal, with a strong attention to detail.
    Excellent interpersonal relationship skills, with a professional demeanor and ability to build rapport and credibility with a variety of stakeholders.
    Excellent ability to organize, prioritize and, as appropriate, delegate tasks to balance responsibilities in a fast-paced, deadline-oriented environment.
    Excellent analytical and research skills with ability to innovate and think strategically.
    Excellent ability to present program information and financial reports to funders in compelling terms.
    Excellent ability to write clear, structured, articulate and persuasive materials.
    Strong ability to collaborate and work effectively in a team setting.
    Strong ability to take initiative and be self-motivated.
    Strong ability to exercise good and independent judgment and to act tactfully.
    High level of computer literacy required, including Microsoft (Word, Excel, Outlook), internet research and donor data base management programs.
    Strong interpersonal skills, with analytical skills, positive demeanor, and strong desire to provide a quality customer service to internal teams and external stakeholders.
    Effective problem solver who is results oriented, adaptable and willing to contribute when needed.
    A high level of professionalism, strong ethical values and clear/strong-yet-flexible.
    Proven capacity to maintain patience/tolerance and tact/diplomacy in challenging situations.
    MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS

    Bachelor’s degree required.
    5 years development or fundraising experience, with proven success in developing proposals (researching, writing, budgeting) for submission to institutional funders.
    5 years of supervision or successful project management skills.
    Experience working in diverse settings with people across all socio-economic spectrums and a wide variety of personalities and roles - staff, residents, local agencies, contractors, lenders, etc.
    Required to drive personal car on behalf of agency business and have a DMV record that permits driver to be insured under SHELTER, Inc.’s automobile coverage.
    Must successfully pass a criminal background check.
    It would be nice if you have these:

    Master’s Degree in business administration, public or non-profit administration, or related fields or certification in the fundraising field.
    Experience with non-profits working with poverty and/or homeless issues.
    Experience in business development, strategic partnerships or corporate giving.
    Benefits:

    SHELTER, Inc. provides an excellent benefits package including Medical, Dental, Life, Vision, LTD, AD&D, 403b retirement plan, Flexible Spending Account, EAP and AFLAC. In addition, SHELTER, Inc. provides 14 paid holidays per year, including a floating holiday to be taken on or around your birthday and 18 days of PTO per year to start!

  • What you will do: Under the direction of the Development Director and Grants Manager, the Grant Writer assists in the identification, cultivation and stewardship of foundation and corporate funders. The Grant Writer researches and seeks new and renewal funding from foundation, corporate and government funders. The Grant Writer will also assist in the development of reports and/or proposals for corporations, foundations, individual donors, and other development activities in coordination with the Grants Manager.

    You will:

    Raise financial support from foundation, corporate and government funders.
    Perform research and develop donor profiles to identify, evaluate and prioritize prospects.
    Prepare and submit funding proposals for general operating, program support and capital programs as appropriate.
    Provide outstanding stewardship for nongovernmental funders, ensuring reports, other updates and requests are completed on time or early.
    Facilitate interdepartmental cooperation to ensure the grant application process is managed for the benefit of the organization
    Assist in maintaining the system for tracking status and deadlines of all funding applications, renewals, and, for nongovernmental funders, grant reports.
    Special projects as assigned.
    Who are you?

    Excellent communicator, both written and verbal, with a strong attention to detail.
    Excellent ability to organize, prioritize and, as appropriate, delegate tasks to balance responsibilities in a fast-paced, deadline-oriented environment.
    Excellent analytical, research and writing skills.
    Strong interpersonal relationship skills, with a professional demeanor and ability to build rapport and credibility with a variety of stakeholders.
    Strong ability to collaborate and work effectively in a team setting.
    Strong ability to interpret and communicate program information and financial reports to funders.
    Strong ability to take initiative and be self-motivated.
    Strong ability to exercise good and independent judgment and to act tactfully.
    Self-reliant, good problem solver, results oriented.
    Professionalism, including maintaining confidentiality.
    Minimum Qualifications:

    A minimum of five years of experience working in the nonprofit sector or equivalent experience is required.
    Proven track record of success as a grant writer.
    Bachelor’s degree required.
    At least two years of successful project management skills is required.
    Strong computer skills including proficiency in Microsoft (Word, Excel, and Outlook), on-line research and general familiarity with databases.
    Writing and editing experience. Ability to write clear, structured, articulate and persuasive materials.
    Required to drive personal car on behalf of agency business and have a DMV record that permits driver to be insured under SHELTER, Inc.’s automobile coverage.
    Must successfully pass a criminal background check.
    Benefits:
    SHELTER, Inc. provides an excellent benefits package including Medical, Dental, Life, Vision, LTD, AD&D, 403b retirement plan, Flexible Spending Account, EAP and AFLAC. In addition, SHELTER, Inc. provides 14 paid holidays per year, including a floating holiday to be taken on or around your birthday and 18 days of PTO per year to start!

    Please submit a cover letter with your resume outlining your qualifications and experience.

  • What you will do: Facilitate grant documentation and contracts between teams for funding management.

    Manage staff fund allocations to ensure appropriate fund management
    Review and manage fund budgets
    Provide detailed analysis on fund spending
    Coordinate with program staff during assembly of program narrative, budget/financial data, and other information involved in preparation of new and renewal public funding applications for timely submission.
    Manage compilation of program and fiscal performance data
    Provide outstanding stewardship for current government grants/contracts, ensuring that reports and other requests/updates are submitted in advance of requested deadline.
    Maintain the contract database file hierarchy
    Assist with month-end closing activities
    Improve process efficiencies where possible
    Coordinate with program managers to track donor and foundation inflows and outflows
    Who you are:

    Expert at Excel
    Excellent communicator, both written and verbal, with a strong attention to detail.
    Excellent interpersonal relationship skills, with a professional demeanor and ability to build rapport and credibility with a variety of stakeholders.
    Excellent ability to organize, prioritize and, when appropriate, delegate tasks to coordinate responsibilities for timely project completion in a fast-paced, deadline-oriented environment.
    Excellent analytical and research skills that demonstrates ability to innovate and think strategically.
    Strong ability to collaborate and work effectively in a team setting.
    Strong ability to take initiative and remain self-motivated.
    Effective problem-solver who is result-oriented, adaptable and willing to contribute when needed.
    MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS

    Bachelor’s degree is social sciences, business administration or related fields.
    5 years of experience developing successful proposals for submission to governmental sources.
    Experience in data compilation/analysis and concise, compelling written/audiovisual presentations.
    Experience in team-oriented project management working in deadline-driven environments.
    Experience working in diverse settings with people across the socio-economic spectrums and a wide variety roles – program participants and staff, local service partner agencies, etc.
    Ability and willingness to work evenings and weekends as project deadlines require.
    Required to drive personal car on behalf of agency business and have a DMV record that permits driver to be insured under SHELTER, Inc.’s automobile coverage.
    Benefits:

    SHELTER, Inc. provides an excellent benefits package including Medical, Dental, Life, Vision, LTD, AD&D, 403b retirement plan, Flexible Spending Account, EAP and AFLAC. In addition, SHELTER, Inc. provides 14 paid holidays per year, including a floating holiday to be taken on or around your birthday and 18 days of PTO per year to start!

  • Who we are: SHELTER, Inc. is an independent, community-based non-profit organization created in 1986 to lead Contra Costa County's effort to eliminate homelessness.

    Our Mission: To prevent and end homelessness among low-income, homeless, and disadvantaged families and individuals by providing housing services, support and resources that lead to self-sufficiency.

    What you will do: The Community Relations Manager secures and organizes vital community resources and coordinates volunteer activities for program participants. Working within a team management framework, this position requires self-motivation and the ability to work independently to accomplish multiple tasks with varied deadlines. This individual reports to the Director of Development.

    You will:

    Develop projects that address agency and client needs, while providing meaningful volunteer opportunities.
    Identify, develop and organize resources for clients.
    Manage Food Drive, Adopt-a-Family, Back-Pack Drive and other drives as requested.
    Recruit, train, and manage volunteers
    Organize and oversee volunteer activities for clients.
    Track and report volunteer participation.
    Track and report in-kind donations.
    Develop and maintain an inventory of volunteer opportunities to meet client needs.
    Develop and maintain an inventory of in-kind donations at program sites and administrative office.
    Act as liaison between program and development department staff.
    Conducts monthly resource coordination meetings with staff and volunteers.
    Performs other duties as assigned.
    Who you are:

    You are a pro at interpersonal relationships in managing volunteers
    Planning and organizational skills
    Initiative
    Excellent written and verbal communication skills
    Ability to oversee and manage a large number of volunteers
    Excellent professionalism
    Accurate and timely reporting
    Adaptability
    Computer skills – Word, Excel, Outlook
    Collaboration – work with other departments to determine needs.
    You should have:

    A./B.S. Degree preferred
    Volunteer management experience
    Experience working with homeless or related client services.
    Computer skills required. Prefer proficiency in Word, Excel and Internet savvy.
    Bilingual Spanish speaking, preferred.
    Benefits:

    SHELTER, Inc. provides an excellent benefits package including Medical, Dental, Vision, Life, LTD, AD&D, 403b retirement plan, Flexible Spending Account, EAP and AFLAC. In addition, SHELTER, Inc. provides 14 paid holidays per year including a floating holiday to be taken on or around your birthday and 18 days of PTO per year to start!

    Job Type: Full-time

    Salary: $19.00 to $22.50 /hour


SHELTER, Inc. is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
All applicants will be afforded equal opportunity without discrimination because of race, religion, sex, marital status or sexual orientation, national origin or ancestry, age, physical or mental handicap unrelated to ability, or an unfavorable discharge from military status.

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