New Wisconsin veterans recruiting program helps local employers fill the skills gap

By Terry Kovarik


Returning veterans can learn about career openings in Wisconsin and help local employers looking for skilled workers. “Mission Wisconsin Talent Pipeline” is part of a nearly $2-million dollar national marketing campaign. Private companies that register with the program submit information about their job opportunities. Resumes from interested veterans or their spouses are returned to those companies. Jim Golembeski, with the Department of Workforce Development, says it’s an opportunity for employers to find employees with the skills the companies need.



“Mission Wisconsin Talent Pipeline” is a joint effort of the Department of Workforce Development, the Wisconsin Department of Veterans Affairs and the Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation.

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