Training and serving veterans – Raymond Amador Jr., Transglobal Services
Retired Sergeant First Class Raymond Amador Jr. discusses resources veterans can use during transition back into civilian life, including skills training and apprenticeship programs, which benefit both businesses and veterans. He shares how he transitioned from active service to his role with Transglobal Services, LLC as a surveyor. Watch to hear more on the Department of Defense SkillBridge Program and Department of Labor & Apprenticeship Programs, as well as more on philanthropic activities Raymond is involved in which benefit veterans and their families.
Is your company eligible for participation in these programs? Would you like to get involved in serving our veteran community? Click the links below for more information.
Workforce Programs for Veterans:
Department of Defense SkillBridge Program
Philanthropic Programs for Veterans:
Texas Veterans Outdoors – connecting veterans with nature
Love Hope Ranch – veterans meet with PTSD professionals and fellow warriors and participate in activities such as interacting with horses, walking nature trails, fishing, campfire sessions, outdoor cooking, scavenger hunts and more
The Living Legacy Center – protecting the needs of community seniors, veterans and special needs population
Texas Veterans Commission: Veterans Mental Health Department
For more information on Transglobal Services, LLC, visit https://www.transgloballlc.com/
For more information on the Economic Alliance Houston Port Region, visit https://allianceportregion.com/
Sent by Anne Dieringer, EHCMA, on behalf of:
Economic Alliance – Houston Port Region