Warrior Transition Technology Training (WT3)
Warrior Transition Technology Training (WT3), Southern New Hampshire University, and SoldierSocks Announce Partnership
November 11, 2014
Warrior Transition Technology Training (WT3), Southern New Hampshire University, and SoldierSocks have announced their partnership with a mission to educate, train, professionally certify, and find gainful employment for returning U.S Service Members.
WT3’s mission will focus in the Information Technology sector and has signed up four corporate partners to act as first-movers in this effort. These first-movers will provide IT jobs to our returning Veterans who have developed skills and interest in the IT sector. The first of these veterans begins employment this week.
“Our goal is to provide well-prepared, trained, and deserving Veterans with the right jobs, at the right companies, in the right industry,” said Brian Mullaney, Co-founder of WT3.
SoldierSocks educational initiative, "SoldierScholars," inspired and led to the birth of the WT3 effort in early 2014. SoldierSocks, WT3, and SNHU have a shared goal of mentoring and guiding returning Veterans through outreach, education, professional certification, and employment counseling.
This partnership anticipates its next major announcement within the next week.
Warrior Transition Technology Training (WT3) is dedicated to the cause of providing our returning US Military service member with a guided path to Information Technology education, professional certification, and job placement. www.WarriorT3.com
Southern New Hampshire University is proud to support military service members and their families. With flexible programs, tuition discounts, and a dedicated team of military advisors, we’re committed to helping you earn your degree, no matter what military life brings your way. snhu.edu/Military-College-Student.aspx
SoldierSocks. Small goods. Large impact. From this simple ethos, SoldierSocks began its journey of helping service men and women through their deployment and beyond. Along the way, we’ve developed into an organization with a national profile that now stands at the forefront of non-profits dedicated to improving the lives of our nation’s heroes. www.solidersocks.org