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Camo 2 Commerce

Camo 2 Commerce

Career Development & Jobs For Transitioning Service Members

For our orientation schedule
253-967-0319
c2c@pacmtn.org

JBLM ‘Bud’ Hawk Transition Center
Bldg 11577 41st Division








 
Businesses Looking to Hire

In Thurston County
Sytease Geib
VP. Workforce Development
Thurston county chamber
360–357–3362
sgeib@thrustonchamber.com

In Pierce County
Linda Helenberg
Business Services
Workforce Central
253-254-7651
Lhelenberg@workforce-central.org

 

Camo2Commerce is a commitment from the US Department of Labor

Through Congress and the State of Washington to ensure transitioning service members from Joint Base McChord are supported by training and career development services to ensure them a civilian job.

C2C Vision

Through one-on-one career coaching and job placement services, we will enable the transitioning service member to seamlessly shift into the civilian workforce and specifically into high demand career opportunities.

Partners in this Effort

The public workforce development system has joined with employers,

Military, government and the community to assist transitioning JBLM

service members with short-term training and placement in full-time,

permanent employment.

Education and Training Resources Available

One-on-one career counseling and support services

On the job training program

Hiring an apprenticeship fairs

Short-term academies and industry recognized certifications

Math boot camp

Entrepreneurship training

Business outreach

Need is now

Washington State is home to over 607,000 veterans, with the Pierce and Thruston county region ranked as the third largest veterans’ population in the country--- the largest on the west coast.

Joint Base Lewis McChord is expected to transition approximately 9000 service members out of the military each year for the next four years.

In addition, an estimated 13,000 veterans per year leaving the service have indicated a desire to locate or relocate to Washington through 2016.


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