Hire Heroes USA veteran Gary Hoff has been hired by the state of New Jersey Division of Children and Families as a Family Support Specialist Trainee. Gary registered with Hire Heroes in April of 2012 and receive assistance with his cover letter and resume, interview skills, and job searching from the Hire Heroes staff.
Without Joelle DiMicele I would not be working for the State of New Jersey today. If it was not for her determination and guidance I would not have been prepared for job interviews, nor would I have had a solid resume that highlighted why I was the right candidate for the job. Through her countless hours working with me and motivating me Joelle helped me find that perfect job that matched my personality and life goals. Joelle was always enthusiastic, despite any difficulties, and also served as a mentor as I went through the difficult claims process with the VA. Joelle’s love of helping others, as well as her ability to know where to find opportunities made a huge difference in my life. Because of Joelle’s relentless love to help others, it has helped me become a successful transitioning Disabled Veteran, and I will never forget what she has done for me.
WEATHERFORD, Texas (September 18, 2012) – Independent Texas recording artist Jack Doyle (Jack County Music), in association with Winners Circle Country Music Publishing, announced that he will be donating a significant percentage of gross proceeds from the sale of his song “Love Isn’t All You Need” to Hire Heroes USA. Continue reading “Recording Artist Jack Doyle Donates Proceeds from His Song to Hire Heroes USA” »
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Meyer supporting military placement program
By CHUCK DELSMAN
Posted: July 1, 2012
Carl Meyer of Hartland will once again conduct his 100 Holes for Heroes program.
When it comes to raising money for Hire Heroes USA, there’s no stopping Carl Meyer of Hartland. Meyer has been relentless in his journey to provide working opportunities for all military veterans.
Armed Forces Insurance will be launching an email campaign with information regarding its services. For every inquiry that comes into AFI as a result of the email, a donation will be made to one of three charities. Hire Heroes USA is honored to be one of those three. Continue reading “Armed Forces Insurance to Launch Email Campaign in Support of Hire Heroes USA” »
ALPHARETTA, GA (June 29, 2012) —Longtime golfer Carl Meyer will spend July 4th attempting to play 100 holes of golf in a single day in order to raise awareness of and funds for Hire Heroes USA, an organization that helps unemployed veterans find jobs. Carl will be assisted by Staff Sergeant John Matter, the recipient of three Purple Hearts, Jerry Welsh from Hire Heroes USA and his brother, Chris Meyer. This is the 5th annual fundraiser to support America’s veterans and he has already raised over $53,000 in contributions for this year’s event. Carl’s goal is to raise $70,000+ this year. Continue reading “Carl Meyer to Attempt 5th Annual “100 Holes for Our Heroes”” »
Amanda Weber, News 14 Carolina
FAYETTEVILLE — Veteran Rose Wattenbarger said she hopes Wednesday’s event on Fort Bragg will bring her one step closer to a job.
“I got out last year, in February of last year, and applied for 155 jobs since, so I am either over qualified or under qualified,” said Wattenbarger. Continue reading “Fort Bragg Career Fair Brings New Opportunities for Veterans” »
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