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Employers interested in applying for the 2020 program may now create accounts in preparation of the program’s launch on January 31. The HIRE Vets Medallion Award Program is the only federal award program that recognizes employers who recruit, retain, and employ veterans. Over 400 employers were recognized in 2019 for their commitment to recruiting, employing, and retaining America’s veterans, and you could join them in 2020!
The HIRE Vets Medallion Award is based on a number of criteria, ranging from veteran hiring and retention to providing veteran-specific resources, leadership programming, dedicated human resources, and compensation and tuition assistance programs – with requirements varying for large, medium, and small employers.
To learn more, and to create an account for the HIRE Vets Medallion Award Program, please visit HIREVets.gov.
If you are an employer seeking a candidate with a specific skills-set, a seasoned job seeker looking for your next career opportunity or a young person seeking the skills to land your first job, we can help.
JOB SEEKER SERVICES
We understand that transitioning to a new job can be a difficult process. Our team of experienced staff can assist you in all aspects of finding a job, getting the training you need, and pursuing your passions.
MassHire-Cape and Islands Career Center serves youth ages 16 – 24 and adults of all ages who are seeking employment and employers who are looking to hire talent.
Most of the services provided are prepaid by our tax dollars. As a result, it costs job seekers and employers nothing to take advantage of these services. To benefit from these services, all a job seeker or employer needs do is become a member of MassHire-Cape and Islands Career Center.
MassHire-Cape and Islands Career Center Helps Displaced Workers
Cape Media News interviews MassHire-Cape and Islands Career Center. MassHire-Cape and Islands Career Center talks about all the services offered to job seekers at the career center, including the wide range of people they serve.
Video Credit: Gabriel Rosson of Cape Cod Community Media