KBR Launches Craft Training Program for Veterans

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By kbr.com

March 22, 2016 – KBR, Inc. (NYSE: KBR) announced today it is creating a program to train active duty military in the pipefitting trade to assist service members who desire to pursue an industrial civilian career following their military service. The initiative is in partnership with Central Louisiana Technical Community College (CLTCC) and Fort Polk, located in Vernon Parish, Louisiana.
The Veteran Pipefitting Training Program was created for active duty military at Fort Polk and applicants will be selected for the sixteen week program by Fort Polk’s Soldier for Life Transition Assistance Program (SFL-TAP) and KBR. Trainees will receive training credentials for both academic and hands-on practice by the National Center for Construction Education and Research upon the successful completion of the course.
“KBR is proud to help provide this great opportunity for soldiers to continue their education and build upon the foundation of their military training,” said David Zelinski, President of KBR’s Onshore Americas business division. “This generation’s post-9/11 veterans represent an extraordinary pool of talent and leadership that the craft industry needs. Our training partnership with Fort Polk provides a vehicle for veterans to translate their skills into the craft professions while supporting their transition to the civilian world,” continued Zelinski.
KBR is making a significant investment in CLTCC’s facilities for this training program as well as covering fees associated with the instructors who will be key contributors to the overall success of this program.
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