Veterans Returning to the Workplace and Animal Friends’ Pets for Vets Program
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Veterans Returning to the Workplace and Animal Friends’ Pets for Vets Program

11/12/2017

Guest(s): Ben Stahl, Veterans Leadership and Joanne Moore, Animal Friends

Veterans Returning to the Workplace and Animal Friends’ Pets for Vets Program

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We are experiencing a shortage of qualified workers both in the Pittsburgh area and nationally. Many returning military veterans possess both specific job skills and the right attitude toward work, customers and colleagues. Veterans return home prepared to enter the workforce but face some challenges.

This is why the work of the Veteran’s Leadership Program and the Pets for Vets program at Animal Friends are so important. These organizations exist to help benefit the veteran, the employer, the economy and every one of us. Tune in as we interview two leaders from these organizations.

Veterans Leadership Program and Animal Friends are not affiliated with LPL Financial.

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