Troops to Trades will help train veterans Troops to Trades

Troops to Trades will help veterans learn about careers in the trades, apply for all-expense-paid training grants and scholarships and connect with service industry businesses through the Business Network.

Troops to Trades launches new web tool to help contractors recruit veterans

On Veterans Day, Troops to Trades will be launching an enhanced web tool that will help business contractors recruit veterans. Veterans will use the new website tools to learn about careers in the trades, apply for all-expense-paid training grants and scholarships and connect with service industry businesses through the Business Network.

St. Paul, Minn. – On Veterans Day,  November 11, Troops to Trades will be launching an enhanced web tool that will help business contractors recruit veterans. Troops to Trades is a non-profit scholarship and career assistance program.

“Veterans have the skills and training required by contractors in the residential PHCE service industries. Military trained workers are highly accountable and respect rules and procedures,” according to Renée Cardarelle, Executive Director of Troops to Trades. “Furthermore, they are sincere and trustworthy, qualities that are of immense value in our industries.”

Veterans will use the new website tools to learn about careers in the trades, apply for all-expense-paid training grants and scholarships and connect with service industry businesses through the Business Network. Businesses can be featured as a veteran friendly employer who is interested in helping veterans find careers.

Troops to Trade is a program of the Nexstar Legacy Foundation, the leading resource in the PHCE industry for information on careers and training, as well as a source of financial aid. In its first year, the program successfully connected more than a dozen veterans with PHCE businesses and provided over $25,000 in training grants.

 

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