Wounded Warrior Project-Warriors to Work

This Wounded Warrior Project webpage provides a link to employer downloadable resources including a description of the programs and services that Wounded Warriors and their families need, why hiring a Wounded Warrior makes business sense, how to interview a Wounded Warrior for a civilian occupation, how to translate military experience to the civilian workforce and understanding the important accommodations to help assure the Veteran’s and the company’s succe

Wounded Warrior Project- Transition Training Academy, collaboration with Cisco, Raytheon, U.S. DOL on information technology

The Transition Training Academy™ (TTA), is a best practice hands-on program conducted in collaboration with Cisco, Raytheon, and the U.S. Department of labor that helps transitioning service members explore the information-technology (IT) field as a possible career choice.

Syracuse University, Institute for Veterans and Military Families: Veteran Career Transition Program

Employers can recruit from the Veteran Career Transition Program at Syracuse University. Veterans have the option to take four professional tracks, which help them develop civilian job ready skills, including: technology, human resources, professional studies and independent study.

Operation IMPACT (Injured Military Pursing Assisted Career Transition) - Northrup Grumman

Operation IMPACT Network of Champions is partnership of companies sharing the same commitment to a mission to assist severely injured service members with their transition from the military to civilian careers.  Employers who are interested in supporting career opportunities for wounded warriors, are asked to contact Operation IMPACT at operationimpact@ngc.com.


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