First WARTAC-Europe graduates offered jobs with VA; next classes begin in February



More than 40 transitioning service members from throughout Europe graduated last month from the Department of Veterans Affairs’ first overseas Warrior Transition Advancement Course. Along with certificates came well-earned job offers with the VA.
Forty-four Soldiers, Airmen and Sailors attended classes, held at two garrisons in Germany, that provide skills needed to become Veterans Service Representatives or Rating Veterans Service Representatives. In addition to the skills training, WARTAC includes the opportunity to interview for open positions.
Overall, the WARTAC program aims to provide graduates who, after leaving the military, are ready to join one of the 56 Regional Veteran Service Centers throughout the United States, Puerto Rico and the Philippines.
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