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Launch of Hamilton-Ryker’s TalentGro military division


Franklin, TN, Aug. 30, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — TalentGro Military has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the Veterans Employment and Training Service (VETS) to support their Job Navigator and Pilot Partnership Program ( ENPP). ENPP provides one-on-one professional assistance to transitioning service members and their spouses at select military installations around the world.

“Each year, approximately 200,000 members of the United States Armed Forces, stationed at more than 140 military installations in the United States and abroad, leave active duty and re-enter the civilian workforce,” said Shari Franey, Chief Operating Officer. “We are grateful to have been tasked with providing valuable employment services to the approximately 41,000 transitioning service members and their spouses at the initial pilot installations!”

TalentGro Military has partnered with 32 other partners to provide learning opportunities, job referrals and placements, workforce training and complementary services. All transitioning service members and their spouses, regardless of pilot plant service branch, are eligible to participate. Those who are two years from retirement or 365 days from separation are eligible for ENPP assistance.

Participation in ENPP augments TalentGro Military’s existing portfolio of solutions that are already in place to help employ military members, veterans and their spouses. Through partnerships with entities such as the Department of Defense (DoD), DoL, and U.S. Army Reserves, TalentGro is among the first organizations to connect transitioning military, reservists, veterans, and their families with benefits that are only accessible through apprenticeships and certain jobs. Opportunities.

“Research in 2019 showed that 58% of veterans felt the military provided them with job skills applicable to civilian employment and helped them find their first job after transitioning.said Veteran Employment Outreach Coordinator Karl Lawrence (USMC-retired). “Our goal is to help increase the success rate of people in transition by providing them with our services.

There are two additional key programs that allow TalentGro to provide our military with exclusive access to benefits: DOD SkillBridge and the US Army Reserve (P3) Public-Private Partnership. These programs, coupled with Registered Apprenticeships and the VALOR Act, provide a win-win scenario for military members and employers who are constantly looking for talent.

TalentGro® Military strives to connect employer partners with transitioning military, reservists, veterans and their spouses, through the use of recorded apprenticeships funded by grants and other government programs. They have taken a collaborative approach to help establish and manage apprenticeship programs for employers so they can benefit from the hiring and placement of transitioning military members, reservists, veterans and their spouses. when working with federal and state Departments of Veterans Affairs, Department of Labor and Learning Offices, Transition Assistance Program offices, and other military and veteran support organizations.

About Talent Gro

TalentGro is responsible for developing and implementing solutions to address the growing skills gap in the current workforce, which is caused by several key factors, including: incoming workers who often lack the necessary skills and knowledge to employers, the cost of turnover and poor retention, and the currently aging workforce with impending retirement. Apprenticeships offered by TalentGro are a viable way to prepare the workforce for careers in a variety of professions, including manufacturing, healthcare, IT and business services. Visit www.talentgro.com for more information.