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Cybersecurity & IT

MilitaryHire positioned to help Veterans find employment in cybersecurity and IT where there is a shortage of candidates for open positions

Why MilitaryHire?

Task Force Movement: Life Cycle Pathways for Veterans and Military to Trucking and Cyber Security (TFM) announced a new partnership with Military Hire, an organization dedicated to connecting veterans with employers. Task Force Movement has already assisted hundreds of veterans, transitioning service members, and their families with obtaining training and credentials to secure employment in the civilian trucking and cybersecurity sectors.

About MilitaryHire & the TFM Program

This new partnership will help the Task Force facilitate employment on Military Hire’s website, which connects employers with veterans who have matching skills and emphasizes the value of hiring veterans. “This new partnership will help us efficiently connect even more veterans with good-paying jobs in the private sector,” said Task Force Chairman Patrick J. Murphy. “Thousands of employers rely on Military Hire’s database to find qualified and trustworthy candidates for open positions. We look forward to increasing our job placements for veterans with their help.” 

 

“MilitaryHire is excited to be a part of this initiative with the Task Force Movement and the broader team it has assembled. This partnership will initially address two of the country’s most pressing skilled-candidate needs – logistics and cyber security workers. These needs will be met with what we consider the best trained candidates in the world – Veterans of the United States military,” said Jeff Finefrock,CEO, MilitaryHire. “Our focus in this partnership will bridge the path connecting Veterans to companies which covet their skills and discipline. We will then connect Veterans and employers to the TFM team’s solutions in skills assessment, training, education, apprenticeships and a full array of Veteran services. This will be a full-circle solution for Veterans and employers”

Task Force Movement for Cybersecurity

 

Task Force Movement for Cybersecurity is a Task Force Movement Initiative developed in response to the White House Executive Order on Improving the Nation’s Cybersecurity and the US Department of Labor, Commerce Cybersecurity Apprenticeship Sprint and the cybersecurity industry’s need to successfully engage with transitioning service members and veterans and military spouses across the country. Honorable Patrick J. Murphy has served as Chairman of Task Force Movement since its launch at the White House with President Biden and Secretary Buttigieg on April 4, 2022.

 

Task Force Movement for Cybersecurity is now housing specific break-out sessions with Industry Stakeholders inclusive to Employers, Associations and Labor Union, VSO’s, Academia and Vocational Institutions and Government Agencies inclusive to Military Services. The goal and objective of TFM is to house convenings for the Industry Stakeholders and identify mainstream information/discovery from the stakeholders that are directly impacted by the supply chain crisis and to find long- and short-term solutions to remedy. TFM will be submitting a report back to the Administration upon completion of the convenings that will be inclusive to the potential long- and short-term remedies and recommendations for operationalized solutions based on discovery of the convenings.

Other members of Task Force Movement

Task Force Movement is led by Chairman Patrick J. Murphy and includes the following steering committee members: Cassie Byard (Minority Veterans of America), Elizabeth Murray-Belcaster (EMB Consultants) Daniel Kunze, (ServiceNow) Sarah Amico (Jack Cooper Transport), MaCherie Dunbar (Veterans of Foreign Wars), Joe Sharpe ( American Legion) Bill Sullivan (American Trucking Associations), Joe Sharpe (American Legion), Ryan Streblow (National Tank Truck Carriers), James Fitzgerald (NYC Vets Alliance), Joe Chenelly (AMVETS), Dean Thomas (Government Relations and Systems Expert) Jason Altmire ( Career Education Colleges and Universities) Steve Gonzalez (Career Education Colleges and Universities) Brandon McPherson ( National Infrastructure Accelerator Alliance (NIAA) Lisa Lutz (Solutions for Information Designs (SOLID) ) Sam Whitehurst (Dixon Center for Military and Veterans Services, Nikki Mc David (DOT) Kimberley Mitchell (VA) MSG Lorena Wilson (US Army Soldier for Life) Rob Sandlin (Florida Rock and Tank)