Workshops for Warriors – Honor a Veteran this Military Appreciation Month

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Workshops for Warriors – Honor a Veteran this Military Appreciation Month

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Workshops for Warriors works with companies, government entities, and other organizations to provide military veterans with meaningful career paths while addressing America’s dire need to rebuild its manufacturing capabilities.

WFW partners contribute more than money – but donations are always greatly appreciated!
Some contribute their ideas, volunteer power, in-kind support and more to help give promising futures to our veterans and our nation.

Our Veterans have given so much to us protecting our freedoms, they deserve whatever we can do to give back. Not least of all is hiring a WFW graduate.  Check the website for Career Day events.

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First and foremost, you can make a tax-deductible donation today!

They are calling on YOU, veterans supporters and friends, to support the futures of veterans and American manufacturing by donating to the Inaugural Fund the Future Drive.

Did you know that 87% of every dollar donated to Workshops for Warriors goes toward training our veteran and transitioning service member students? Your donation helps pay for instructors, equipment, consumables, safety gear, resumé building workshops, and more.

Impact at a Glance

  • 94% of WFW graduates are working full-time in the industry
  • 916 WFW graduates and veteran lives impacted to date
  • 9,221 nationally-recognized certifications earned (and counting…)
  • WFW graduates are working in all 50 U.S. states

But there are many other ways you can help.

Check the WFW website for all the ways you can help our warriors. 

Every year, approximately 200,000 Americans transition from the military to civilian life. For many, leaving active duty and finding a fulfilling, well-paying career is not always easy.

Workshops for Warriors is changing that.

Since 2008, Workshops for Warriors (WFW) has provided veterans and transitioning service members with training and credentials in finishing, welding and CNC machining, arming them with skills to continue serving our nation as America’s newest manufacturing force.Workshops for Warriors works with companies, government entities, and other organizations to provide military veterans with meaningful career paths while addressing America’s dire need to rebuild its manufacturing capabilities.

Our partners contribute more than money. Their ideas, volunteer power, in-kind support and more give promising futures to our veterans and our nation.

THERE ARE MANY WAYS YOUR COMPANY CAN SUPPORT WFW.
BECOME A PARTNER.
EMAIL INFO@WFW.ORG

 

You can do something, too.

Workshops for Warriors is a is a state-licensed, board governed, fully audited 501(c)(3) nonprofit school that trains, certifies, and helps veterans, wounded warriors, and transition service members into advanced manufacturing careers. Students earn nationally recognized portable and stackable credentials.

 

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About Workshops for Warriors

Workshops for Warriors is a State-licensed, board governed, fully audited, 501 (c) (3) nonprofit school founded in 2008. The mission of WFW is to provide quality training, accredited STEM educational programs, and opportunities to earn third party nationally recognized credentials to enable veterans, transitioning service members, and other students to be successfully trained and placed in their chosen advanced manufacturing career field.

Read more about the organization at wfw.org.