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Project HIRED Collaborates with Businesses to Employ Veterans

Like PCSI, Project HIRED, San Jose, Calif., also recruits veterans to work on its AbilityOne contact center contracts. Additionally, through its Wounded Warrior Workforce Program, Project HIRED helps businesses leverage the unique advantages of veterans with disabilities in the workforce. The NPA's endeavors have led to substantial collaboration with organizations such as Yahoo!, Lockheed-Martin, NASA and Cisco to leverage the unique advantages of veterans with disabilities in the work force.

Project HIRED's success stories are commonplace, and the success of the program has caught the attention of both ABC and NBC. Additionally, Project HIRED partners with K9 Coach Plus for its Service Dog Program to match veterans with disabilities with command-trained service animals.

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