Marine Corps veteran Gregory Lincoln was 59 when word came down that his government contract position was being eliminated. Making matters worse, a series of mix-ups caused his final paycheck to be garnished and unemployment benefits to be denied.
“My family was facing our darkest moment ever and we had no hope,” Lincoln says. “I was making $80,000 a year and my wife and I just bought a home. I didn’t know where to turn.”
That all changed when his local veterans center referred him to the America’s Job Center of California in Victorville – one of three AJCCs operated by the San Bernardino County Workforce Development Board (WDB). The support, encouragement and guidance he received from his “Angel Crew” put him on the path to success, “restored my faith in the human experience and once again proved people do make a difference.”
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