Caregiver Fellowship Program

HOH’s fellowship programs can help military caregivers enter or re-enter the workforce in a role ideally suited to your skill set and experience level.

Program overview
This initiative provides caregivers of wounded warriors with professional training, networking, and hands-on experience in the civilian workforce. The professional development and direct connection to local employers offered through the program enable caregivers to quickly build or re-build their networks and gain localized job experience.
Fellowship Hosts
Matching with a host company
Fellowship candidates are carefully matched with participating companies based on the specific skills of the candidate and the preferences of both parties. Once matched with a host company, candidates undergo exclusive on-the-job training at their host company, gaining firsthand experience in the private sector. This real-world experience is augmented by weekly educational sessions for the cohort, held in a classroom setting.
Program Dates
Upcoming cohorts
In addition to these scheduled cohorts, individual placements will be made on an ongoing basis. Resumes of available candidates will be released to host companies monthly and upon request to allow for maximum flexibility.
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2021 - Cohort 2
May 3 – June 24, 2021
2021 - Cohort 3
August 23 – October 7, 2021
2022 - Cohort 1
January 10 – February 24, 2022

Program Locations


Dallas, TX
Program Manager: Victoria Harvey
Fort Carson, CO
Program Manager: Nicole Holling
Fort Hood, TX
Program Manager: Eric Putt

National Capital Region
Program Manager: Lauren Monnelly
San Antonio, TX
Program Manager: Victoria Harvey
San Diego, CA
Program Manager: Lauren Ramos

Seattle, WA
Program Manager: Sonia Garza
Tampa, FL
Program Manager: Debbra Hooks

frequently asked questions
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A fellow who demonstrates progress and proves to be a good fit for their host company will have the opportunity to interview for an open position. Fellows will also be able to network with other companies within the fellowship program and interviews may be offered, given the proven track record of a fellow’s success.
The education component of the program provides training for fellows in various skillsets desired by employers, such as project management, influencing without authority, and strategic communications. This specific coursework strengthens their professional knowledge, giving fellows an edge in the civilian job market. At the conclusion of each week, the Corporate Fellowship Program hosts a “Fellowship Huddle” featuring senior-level guest speakers. This engagement allows fellows the opportunity to make meaningful connections with leaders in the private sector, while also learning from corporate experts in key positions. To supplement this learning, fellows have the opportunity to complete a certification track course of their choosing through our partner Simplilearn. To view a sample of online certification courses, click here.
The 12-week program is held Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Fellows attend an initial week of corporate training followed by 11 weeks of on-the-job training with their selected organization. Corporate training takes place Monday through Thursday with a day of mandatory classroom instruction every Friday.
Once your application is received, a corporate fellowship program manager will contact you at the email address you provided. The program manager will offer further details about the program, including additional application requirements, timelines, and the necessary paperwork to obtain approval from your command. If you are not contacted within three business days of your application submission, please contact the program manager in your area to confirm receipt of your application. Contact information for the Corporate Fellowship Program Managers can be found by visiting our CFP page.
The Corporate Fellowship Program has more than 150 participating companies including Amazon, CarMax, Compass Group, Cushman & Wakefield, Dell, Hangar, Hospital Corporation of America (HCA), IBM, La Quinta Inns & Suites, Lockheed Martin, Maximus, McKinstry, Prudential, Ryder, the Schultz Family Foundation, Starbucks, UPS, and 7-Eleven Inc. Employers and companies vary depending on location. Program managers in each area can provide more information about the companies participating in that location.
No, there is no cost associated with program participation for job seekers or employers. The certification training courses offered to fellows are provided by our partner, Simplilearn, at no cost to the service member. Certification exams are not included in the program.
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