Help spread the word about the industry-wide initiative to hire more veterans.
The Business Technology Association (BTA) VETech Career Center site is live. The purpose of the VETech Career Center is to provide veterans with opportunities to transfer their military training to gainful employment in the office technology industry.
The association along with members of the VETech board, including Frank G. Cannata, founder and editor-at-large, The Cannata Report; Bob Goldberg, BTA General Counsel; Adam Gregory, president, Advanced Business Solutions; Don Risser, document management consultant, DCS Technologies Corp.; Jeremiah Shepard, general manager of technical services, Dove Print Solutions; Mike Stramaglio, president and CEO, Stramaglio Consulting, and Andrew Zwerner, CEO, Chassi, are encouraging dealers and organizations serving the office technology industry to submit job postings.
It’s also important to spread the word about this important initiative to veterans and veterans’ organizations. The more people who are aware of the VETech Career Center, the better its chance of success.
To post a job opening or for veterans to submit a résumé, visit www.bta.org/VETech.
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