Help Project HIRED Wounded Warrior Workforce program

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    Project HIRED, founded in 1978, has helped hundreds of people with disabilities get good jobs at competitive wages. They offer an array of job placement, training, and employment services designed to promote self sufficiency and independence to help persons with disabilities gain and sustain employment. The Project HIRED Wounded Warrior Workforce program supports veterans as they evolve their military training, resourcefulness, and resilience into a successful civilian career. The program also helps businesses leverage the unique advantages of the veteran workforce. The Wounded Warrior Workforce program supports disabled veterans throughout their transition to the civilian workforce and supports them and their employers throughout their entire careers by creating a community of resources to serve both.

    Click here to register

    Date/Time: Monday through Friday
    Location: 1401 Parkmoor Avenue, Suite 125
    Directions will be provided upon registration
    To Register: http://projecthired.com/volunteer_app.html
    Event max # of volunteers: 25
    Contact Email: volunteers@projecthired.org
    Phone: 408-557-0880
    Age Restrictions: 18 and over only
    Type of Work: Light office, working with disabled persons
    Waiver Required: No
    Registration Required: Yes
    Attire: Business casual
    Meals/Beverages Provided: No