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Troops to Trades, a non-profit scholarship and career assistance program, will be launching a web tool that will help business contractors recruit veterans.

Troops to Trades Looks to Help Contractors Recruit Veterans

Nov. 10, 2014
Troops to Trades, a non-profit scholarship and career assistance program, will be launching a web tool that will help business contractors recruit veterans. Renée Cardarelle, Executive Director of Troops to Trades, said veterans are sincere and trustworthy, two attributes that will make for a great contracting professional.

Veterans Day is coming up quickly and one organization wants to help contracting businesses find some fantastic veteran employees. Troops to Trades, a non-profit scholarship and career assistance program, will be launching a web tool that will help business contractors recruit veterans. 

On Contracting Magazine’s website, Renée Cardarelle, Executive Director of Troops to Trades, said veterans are sincere and trustworthy, two attributes that will make for a great contracting professional.

“Veterans have the skills and training required by contractors in the residential PHCE service industries. Military trained workers are highly accountable and respect rules and procedures,” Cardarelle said.

Read more on Contractor or visit the Troops to Trades website.