Stories of Impact
Army veteran Ashley Leiva’s life “dramatically” changed after winning a brand-new fully loaded Kenworth T680 truck and college scholarship.
Less than three years after its launch and eight months before the campaign’s deadline, Hiring 100,000 Military Spouses campaign surpassed its goal with more than 108,000 commitments.
With one in five adults experiencing mental illness, now is the time for employers to prioritize mental health and wellbeing in the workplace.
In total, we saw 14,914 job seekers and 3,490 employers in attendance at our events in 2019.
It’s an understatement to say 2019 was a busy year at Hiring Our Heroes. Strictly by the
Kamiko Ritchey enjoyed her job as a health educator at the Fort Leonard Wood Army Wellness Center,
Hiring Our Heroes, in collaboration with Starbucks, launched the Hiring 100,000 Military Spouses campaign a year ago.
Hiring Our Heroes launched the nation’s first Military Spouse Economic Empowerment Zone a year ago with a