CIO Magazine Features V.E.T.S. Program’s Work Giving IT Careers to Veterans

[vc_row css=”.vc_custom_1568408670120{padding-bottom: 50px !important;}”][vc_column][vc_column_text]The transition from military life to civilian is not always an easy one. Many of the veterans of our V.E.T.S. Program™ Program have said as much, but that a sustainable career with great potential for upward movement makes the transition infinitely easier because it immediately gives them something to look forward to. Our program has found that hiring veterans and putting them to work in teams is more successful than the alternative.

CIO Magazine recently recognized as much, as detailed in their most recent story featuring our CEO Karen Ross and the details of how our V.E.T.S. Program works.

“The military is technologically complex, so these veterans have amazing skills; they also have leadership skills, they work exceptionally well as part of a team, they understand and value communication, teamwork, leadership and chain of command. They can adapt quickly to changing conditions, they have great accountability — it’s a perfect match for an IT career. These young men and women should have every advantage when it comes to a job search that their peers do coming out of college — and it’s not just good business sense, it’s the right thing to do,” says Ross.

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