28 May

In an article about a new federal program aimed at helping veterans retrain for new careers, NLC student Julius Ware, II, tells his story. According to the Washington Post article:

“Julius Ware II, formerly an Army sergeant, had once run his own electrical company and had held a job in public works for a Maryland town but is currently unemployed. Ware recently signed up for the Veteran Retraining Assistance Program.”

The Post says that the program: “targets unemployed veterans between the ages of 35 and 60. The program is a key part of the VOW to Hire Heroes Act passed by Congress and signed by President Obama late last year.”

Read the full article on Washington Post’s web site: