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Project: Return To Work Inc. (R2W) hosts classes at MVEE

R2W Classroom

Free classes improve employment odds for veterans and their spouses –

March 23, 2015 March 24, 2015

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R2W is offering two days of job placement training to veterans and their families in conjunction with the Military and Veteran Employment Expo (MVEE) at Metropolitan Srate University in Denver.Camp Williams - Rob Brazell, R2W Founder, Sergeant Logan Jubeck and Sergeant "Bulldog" Dellinger

R2W’s class, offered from 8am-10am on March 23rd or 24th, pair job seekers with mentors who help them communicate their career skills. Participants then interview with companies that are actively hiring. Those who attend the first two days of the Expo are given interview preference on March 25th.

“For many of today’s jobs, it’s not enough to have the right education, years of experience and skills,” notes R2W President and Co-Chairman Rob Brazell. “An applicant’s personality score can make or break a job offer. We’ll teach participants how to use online tools to rapidly evaluate themselves and improve their scores so their resumes rise to the top and they land both the interview and the job offer.”




Felix LopezFelix Lopez is the Corporate Human Resources Field Recruiter at Safeway Inc.   Felix’s region covers multiple states and he is currently recruiting for multiple positions. “Safeway is proud to support our veterans who are returning to the workforce after serving our country.  Safeway has hired thousands of veterans and we know the unique skills they bring to businesses.  Safeway Foundation gave a grant to Project: Return To Work Inc. from funds raised in our stores locally this past Veteran’s Day Weekend and we thank our customers for stepping up to help those who helped us by serving in the military.”
Traci Vansant, Webinar Host

Traci Vansant, Webinar Host

Traci VanSant, a licensed CPA with a Masters degree in Taxation, is presently employed as a Solution Architect with CCH, a Wolters Kluwer business.  In this role she serves as the product technical expert for sales of the ProSystem fx Suite solutions to corporations.  Previously she’s held several hands on roles from that of senior accountant to director of income taxes for either public accounting firms or large multinational manufacturing or banking corporations.  Traci volunteered as a webinar host in February, 2015 and provides meaningful training to veterans returning to civilian workforce.  She says, “Being able to give back to those that sacrifice so much for us and our country is rewarding.”

Ed Fenwick, STEM InternEdward Fenwick, STEM Intern is a Senior at the Kalamazoo Area Math and Science Center. He moved from the United Kingdom in 2009 and has lived in Kalamazoo since then. He is a member of the Gull Lake Area Robotics team and does research at Western Michigan University. Ed is an Assistant Job Developer, Assistant Employment Specialist and Assistant Technical Support Specialist at R2W.
CameronCameron Taleaghni, 2014 STEM Intern of the Year is a high school student in Colorado.  He is taking college level classes and navigates R2W’s technologies with ease. He teaching volunteers how to utilize R2W’s technologies to achieve unprecedented positive outcomes.  He presents in-person and online classes to veterans transitioning to the civilian workforce.  Cameron is also a member of the US Department of Defense Employer Support for the Guard and Reserve (ESGR), one of the core sponsors of Military and Veterans Employment Expos (MVEE).



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