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Vets Continue Service Through Local Water and Wastewater Utilities
Date:11/12/2013

sp;Veterans can adapt to discontinuous environments
  •     Veterans exhibit high levels of resilience
  •     Veterans exhibit advanced team-building skills
  •     Veterans exhibit strong organizational commitment
  •     Veterans leverage cross-cultural experiences
  •     Veterans have experience in diverse work-settings
  • Like other employers, however, water and wastewater utilities may have questions and concerns about hiring veterans. Research was recently conducted by the Society of Human Resource Management revealed three key obstacles impacting veteran employment. In 2012, the Army unveiled its “Hire a Veteran” education campaign, in conjunction with the Society of Human Resource Management, to debunk these roadblocks, providing a 10-minute informational video and online employer toolkit that can be found at http://www.wtc.army.mil/employers/.

    Vets Step Up to Serve on Water Boards

    Veterans have often stepped up to serve on their local water and wastewater utility boards, including Selma's Reverend Lee Goodwin (shown) and former DC Water Board Member Adam Clampitt, who also heads a veteran-owned communications firm.

    "Vetrepreneurs" Provide Services to Water and Wastewater Utility

    Working with water and wastewater utilities can provide tremendous opportunities for entrepreneurs to build businesses with a reliable customer providing steady business. Regardless of the ups and downs of the economy, water and wastewater utilities stick around - and continue to require the services of contractors, with disabled veteran owned businesses getting an edge in those contracts.

    How do veterans make the transition to become "vetrepreneurs"?

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