Dallas Morning News feat. Retired Air Force Officer’s V.E.T.S. Program Expansion Ideas

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Friday afternoon the Dallas Morning News wrote a wonderful story on how the head of our newly formed V.E.T.S. Program Advisory Board plans to move forward to grow the program to new heights.

Recently retired Air Force General John Michel has been a strong advocate for our V.E.T.S. Program since its inception in March 2013. Upon his retirement from the military in January, he was appointed the head of our advisory board. His goal with V.E.T.S. is to help our CEO, Karen Ross, to create a sustainable model by bring in more veterans and forming partnerships with companies and organizations that have committed to hiring veterans to expand the program.

Read the full story in the Dallas Morning News here.


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