MSCCN Expands Career Corps to better aid our military and veteran communities!

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ccThe MSCCN Career Corps program was created in August 2010 to better aid our military spouses and veterans seeking employment or professional development.  In March 2013 Career Corps launched an addition to Career Corps, testing the pilot  with Military Musters, a veteran founded non-profit that offers programs and services that help service members, veterans, and their families through transitional times both during and after service.       This pilot, Career Corps Ambassadors, rose up out of the need to find additional opportunities for the high numbers of military spouses and veterans applying for the Career Corps program.  Through this expansion Career Corps members are trained and matched to open volunteer positions with nonprofits that have been vetted by MSCCN.  Career Corps members serve as Ambassadors to these nonprofits, volunteering in positions with the nonprofit, but still receiving training, mentorship, and assistance through MSCCN.  Nonprofits who participate in this program are mentored by the MSCCN to ensure that both the participating nonprofit and the Career Corps Ambassador are successful in this program. This is truly a win – win for all!

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