Mission43 Launches in Idaho

March 15, 2016
Boise, Idaho

Major (Retired) Scotty Smiley, who lost his eyesight in Iraq in 2005, held the 250-person ED Sessions crowd captive with his message of teamwork that exemplifies how Idaho veterans can learn, lead and inspire in our communities.

Leading, learning and inspiring are all part of how Mission43 will help veterans transition from the military to success in their communities. Mission43 provides the opportunity for Idaho to create a world-class environment for its 35,000 post-9/11 veterans and their families.

The J.A. and Kathryn Albertson Family Foundation is collaborating with Hire Heroes USA, Team Red, White & Blue, Wyakin Warrior Foundation, the Warrior Scholar Project, Operation Military Family and Team Rubicon to create the conditions for veterans to thrive.

How do you fit in?

Connect with Hire Heroes USA today to provide employment opportunities and capitalize on attributes a veteran brings to the workforce. Email: Liz Reyes ereyes@hireheroesusa.org.

Veterans and Spouses
Do you need world-class support on resumes, interview preparation, additional skills gap training and access to employment? Hire Heroes USA brings a proven track record of success to Idaho, averaging 85 confirmed hires per week nationwide in 2016. Sign up at HireHeroesUSA.org or contact Tony Torres atorres@hireheroesusa.org.

Want to use your skills and experiences from the military to respond to our nation’s natural disasters? Join Team Rubicon at TeamRubiconUSA.org. There will be a veteran wild land fire fighting red card training scheduled June 10-13 at the National Interagency Firefighting Center in Boise.

Finally, we can all “wear the eagle” and connect with our communities through fitness. Sign up for Team Red, White & Blue at TeamRWB.org.

Connect to Mission43
Twitter: @mission_43
Facebook: fb.com/Mission43Idaho
Email: info@mission43.org


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