In an effort to help San Mateo County veterans bridge military and civilian life, local agencies and organizations are focusing on how their programs can provide career advancement and connections with their local peers.
Guadalupe Piña, who likes to go by “Lupe,” has an impressive resume. A stint in the National Guard, the Army Reserves and the Marine Corps. He worked in banking for a while, processing mortgages. Then he was laid off. He figured the job search would go much more smoothly after grad school.Continue reading
Machine data firm Splunk expands its Splunk4Good pledge to help military veterans and young people train for tech careers and end human traffickingContinue reading
Attending were 33 graduates, along with teachers, administrators, parents, members of the board and sponsors who hire NPower students as interns. NPower educates two kinds of students, veterans and young adults, and both were well represented at the ceremony. Michael K. Gray, director of constituent services for Congressman Donald M. Payne Jr., also attended. Michael Rasmussen, program manager at NPower, MC’ed the event.