Metro introduced its Veterans’ Hiring Initiative in April 2012 to help address the agency’s long-term staffing needs and assist veterans with their transition into civilian careers. As Metro’s transit system expands and its current workforce cycles into retirement age, the agency faces challenges filling technical positions in management, maintenance and operations. Veterans are a pool of job seekers who have received exceptional leadership and technical skill training that make them uniquely qualified to help fill Metro’s future hiring needs.
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Veterans Hiring Initiative Program Staff
Dennis Tucker, US Army, Retired
Veterans Program Manager
- Transportation for Veterans - VetsGo511.com
- Community Career Development, Inc. / America’s Job Center of California
- Department of Navy Credentialing Opportunities Online (DON COOL)
- Bob Hope Patriotic Hall
- USC Veterans Collaborative
- Veteran Resource Centers
Metro started tracking its progress in hiring Veterans in 2012 and reports performance to the Board of Directors on a quarterly basis. For a more personal look at the program’s accomplishments, check out some of our success stories .
Veterans Hiring Initiative and Succession Planning Updates