Purple Heart Service Foundation Writes Hire Veterans


Dear HireVeterans.com

We are excited for 2007 here at the Veterans Business Training Center (program of the Purple Heart Service Foundation). We train combat wounded and disabled veterans virtual call center technology. It is a 15 week course where we teach Microsoft Office software, Five9 call center software, and Web Surveyor software just to name a few. Our goal is for these veterans to be able to earn a living working from home in the virtual call center market. We are looking for employment opportunities from companies like you. There are graduates available for hire RIGHT NOW. To learn more about us GO HERE and click on our Job Fair Info Pack. We thank you in advance for supporting the Purple Heart Service Foundation.

“Combat wounded American veterans are being trained online in a training program that is gaining momentum in the Contact Center-Call Center Industry” says ContactCenterWorld.com (Article).

The VBTC is doing an amazing job and the veterans who have gone through the program are in tremendous demand says Rich Tehrani President of TMC Net (Article).


Deepak Le
Workforce Development Officer
Purple Heart Service Foundation
1-800-274-5909 Option 2     


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