Wounded Warrior Project Connects Veterans With Tampa Employers

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By crossroadstoday.com
Making the transition from the military to a civilian career can be challenging. Skills honed during service to our country do not immediately translate to skills sought out by many employers. But they should. Wounded Warrior Project® (WWP) works with veterans directly to ensure what they learned in the military extends to a meaningful career.
Marine Corps veteran Stephen Pearson attended a recent WWP program event in Tampa to connect with potential employers.
“Wounded Warrior Project had so many companies available to answer our questions, including some we never thought to ask,” Stephen said. “Each and every company representative shared insight on what to do and what not to do while pursuing employment.”
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