Cloud Computing Career Launch Program
for Employer Partners & Sponsors
The Vets2Cloud Career Launch program prepares returning U.S. military veterans for careers as Salesforce-qualified professionals. Demand for related skills is expected to outpace supply, as 100,000 businesses worldwide vie for trained professionals to design, build, configure and manage their NAME WITHHELD-based applications.
Veterans2Work has demonstrated that "hiring for aptitude and training for skills" is a highly effective approach to re-skilling transitioning service members for jobs in high-demand technology sectors. We are committed to training, qualifying and placing into employment 1,000 more returning veterans as cloud computing professionals. We seek employer partners and corporate sponsors to provide workplace learning, employment opportunities and financial support, through any of the following programs:
Hire a Cloud-Qualified Veteran
Employer Partners provide veterans with workplace learning experience immediately following completion of the formal training phase. Employer Partners provide a modest stipend to the veteran candidate during the 90-120-day trial period at the end of which they have the option to hire the veteran as a full time employee. Among the benefits of partnering:
Sponsor a Cohort
Sponsors provide financial support for an individual training cohort (12-18 veterans) or an entire program. Our sponsors include both charitable foundations as well as (for-profit) corporations. The business benefits of a corporate sponsorship include:
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Frequently Asked Questions
How do you measure success?
Veterans2Work believes that the only true measure of the success of a training program is job placement and career longevity. As such, classroom training is but one means toward the goal of firmly establishing the veteran into a profession. As an overall measure of program success, we track aggregate increase in earned income
What are your results so Far?
72% of veterans completing the program--nearly all those determined to do so--found paid positions as Salesforce administrators. Among these veterans, average aggregate earnings more doubled within 90 days of entering the program. We expect to improve on these results as our methods become more refined.
How is your program different from veteran training programs?
- First and foremost, our aim is a successful career launch for each veteran. Training is is therefore but one of several means to achieving our goal of initial job placement and, ultimately, career longevity.
- Second, in our selection of candidates, we emphasize aptitude and desire over experience. This is so that high-potential veterans whose military assignments might otherwise limit their career options aren't excluded from the opportunity to succeed.
- Third, through our extensive employer relationships, we provide the critical workplace learning that bridges mere training to career success.
- Fourth, our support for veterans is career-long. Program alumni are increasingly involved in not only helping graduates establish their new careers but in helping one another sustain them.
How is the program funded?
The program is partially funded by charitable foundations and corporate sponsors. The remainder of our program is funded by (voluntary) Employer Partner support and income earned from related business services. This earned income allows us to apply 100% of voluntary contributions toward our free veteran programs.
How is income allocated between overhead and programs?
Thanks to sufficient earned income, Veterans2Work's goal is to allocate 100% of charitable and donated income to programs. We expect that business services will allow us to continue to fully fund infrastructure, operations and
What is your path forward?
We are committed to placing 1,000 veterans into cloud computing careers, and we aim to support the career transitions of 100,000 more, from assessment and counseling to job placement and career support, in