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Free resource to fill open jobs with unemployed national guard members

Categories: Top Stories | Author: Amy Volk | Posted: 9/25/2012 | Views: 2452
Members looking for qualified employees have free and direct access to thousands of unemployed National Guard members and military veterans through the American Jobs for America’s Heroes alliance. With more than 60,000 unemployed National Guard members nationally, this is a huge resource for employers looking for skilled, experienced and reliable employees. Register now for posting jobs at no cost at www.CenterForAmerica.org/register.html

Operating under an official Memorandum of Understanding with the National Guard and funded through private donations, alliance members Corporate America Supports You (CASY) and Military Spouse Corporate Career Network (MSCCN) work with employers using a case management approach to actively match National Guard members and military veterans to the specific job requirements of employers. Both nonprofit organizations have been providing free employment services to employers and military applicants since 2004 and have helped to place thousands in private sector jobs.

American Jobs for America’s Heroes is a win/win program. Small to mid-size employers looking for skilled employees now have an avenue to post job openings at no cost, and the more than 60,000 unemployed National Guard members, veterans and spouses have a well-organized place to match their skills with available jobs.  NAEDA wholeheartedly supports this effort to create jobs and encourages dealers to post applicable open positions on the National Guard job portal.

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