As Hiring Our Heroes rolls through 2016, already preparing to close out a very active February, our “Year of the Military Spouse” efforts are in full swing around the country and internationally as well.
Nearly five years ago, at the height of the veteran unemployment crisis, Hiring Our Heroes was founded on the simple concept of connecting veterans with companies that valued their skills and military service.
The U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation’s Hiring Our Heroes held its fifth annual Lee Anderson Awards Dinner on November 10, to recognize and thank the committed partners involved in finding meaningful work for veterans and military spouses.
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Hiring Our Heroes and USAA have a new set of rankings that should help veterans as they make the transition to civilian life.
The U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation’s Hiring Our Heroes program has launched the latest version of Fast Track, a digital tool that offers comprehensive guides to the fastest growing industries and job markets.
Approximately 2,000 transitioning service members and military spouses participated in the Hiring Our Heroes Transition Summits at Schofield Barracks and Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam in Hawaii on July 7-9, 2015.
While tremendous strides have been made in recent years addressing military veteran and spouse employment in the United States, the work is far from over. A new and clear path is being laid out by the public, private, and non-profit sectors in the post-9/11 veteran and military family employment
Staff Sgt. Akilah Johnson attends a hiring fair at Verizon Center, as she prepares for her transition into civilian life.