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Teltech and Warriors 4 Wireless Working a Win-Win for US Veterans

Continuing program to help US veterans

  • 24 August 2015

Teltech is excited about our continuing program to help US veterans train and find solid careers in the wireless industry through Warriors 4 Wireless (W4W).

As an active training partner with W4W, many candidates undertake training at the Teltech/GrayWolves training facilities in Carrollton, Texas and at Teltech facilities located outside of Grand Junction, Colorado.

Robert McDonald, US Secretary of Veterans Affairs, speaks with Lisa Hanlon, CEO of Teltech Communications and Kelley Dunne, CEO of Warriors4Wireless as group of US veterans train at Teltech’s indoor climbing facility
Robert McDonald, US Secretary of Veterans Affairs, speaks with Lisa Hanlon, CEO of Teltech Communications and Kelley Dunne, CEO of Warriors4Wireless as group of US veterans train at Teltech’s indoor climbing facility.

 

Earlier this summer, US Secretary of Veteran Affairs, Robert McDonald attended a roundtable at Teltech’s Carrollton headquarters helping to raise awareness and excitement about the range of programs that exist to help US veterans transition from military to civilian life.

In a follow up to that story, the local NBC affiliate visited Teltech to publicize the progress around the W4W and Teltech program.

Teltech President, Danny Wade was on hand to discuss the program and the motivations behind Teltech’s support of W4W and our veterans, “We feel that they've done so much for our country”… and "It provides a great fit for us bringing disciplined, well-trained resources into this environment.”

The W4W training ends up creating a win-win for both the service companies that employ them and for the US veterans that find a stable career in a team and challenging physical environment that is both familiar and comfortable to them.

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