August 2015 — Virginia Beach Virginia — Announcing Get My Vet a Job and the Virginia Beach Rescue Squads partnership for Veterans. On August 28th, 2015 the Virginia Beach Rescue Squads and Get My Vet a Job is joining forces at an Onsite Event for Veterans and Transitioning Military Members. This event is Sponsored by Intel and hosted by Bryant Stratton College.
“Virginia Beach Rescue Squads is a unique and truly innovative in emergency management, volunteerism, and career preparation. Virginia Beach Rescue Squads are one of the few organizations that will prepare a volunteer in a short period of time, certify, and provide true outplacement, job opportunities” states Michele Unangst CEO of Get My Vet a Job. “Education for Veterans and Transitioning Military often times cannot be a 4+ year process. When leaving the military, you realize quickly you must replace the pay and benefits” continues Mrs. Unangst. “Often times service members want to apply their knowledge to a trade, but don’t have years to commit. The Virginia Beach Rescue Squads have solved all of those challenges, plus allows that feeling of service to continue.”
The Virginia Beach Rescue Squads driving focus is to empower, equip, and employ its volunteers. Its volunteer program ensures the student and future employer of the readiness of the worker. Consider a future as an EMT. This is one of the most wanted skills sets across the country today. No matter where you are in the country, you become a job seeker that is in-demand.
Virginia Rescue Squads are committed to providing intensive hands-on training. “Our team of dedicated instructors has years of industry experience to pass onto our volunteers. The program represents the EMT industry’s best practices. Our instructors prepare students to be highly trained technicians for the thousands of volunteer opportunities and jobs.”
The demands for volunteers have grown over the years and the need for additional members has grown along with it. The Virginia Beach Volunteer Rescue Squads responds to more than 40,000 calls each year.
Virginia Beach Rescue Squads have two types of members: operational and support. Operational members, from EMT to paramedic, commit to the same training and certifications as professionals, and agree to serve 48 hours a month. Training is offered through the city for free, but members are then expected to volunteer with us for a minimum of two years.
Support members commit to serving 12 hours a month in different capacities, including office, facility, fund drive, and special event work.
“We have partnered with many fine educational and volunteer institutions across the country for several years. Few if any offered the immediate training, collapsed time frames, and opportunity of the Virginia Beach Rescue Squads” states Michele Unangst. “It was the innovation of education and their commitment to Veterans that made this partnership happen!”
Virginia Beach Rescue Squads will be on hand to talk with you about your post-military life and career on August 28th, 2015. To register and speak with Virginia Beach Rescue Squads do so immediately at http://www.GetMyVetaJobEvent.com. Registration and participation are 100% free.
Get My Vet a Job is known for their hiring events, featuring those companies that want and need Veterans. Companies that seek out all talent and backgrounds. Companies that are 100% committed to diversity, training, career, and growth.