In March 2020, Hiring Our Heroes faced a pressing question: How would job seekers connect with employers if they weren’t shaking hands, exchanging business cards, and delivering elevator pitches at hiring events?
We are proud of what we’ve accomplished during our first 10 years as an organization. More importantly, we are excited to see what the future holds for Hiring Our Heroes and innovative ways we can serve our military community during the next decade.
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.
In 2019, Hiring Our Heroes expanded our schedule to connect more transitioning service members, veterans, and military
It’s an understatement to say 2019 was a busy year at Hiring Our Heroes. Strictly by the
Each year, the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation’s Hiring Our Heroes initiative recognizes the tremendous contributions of
Six months after Second Lady of the United States Karen Pence celebrated San Antonio’s Military Spouse Economic
Kamiko Ritchey enjoyed her job as a health educator at the Fort Leonard Wood Army Wellness Center,