There is a serious challenge affecting the workforce today - the inability to easily identify, understand, and translate the job skills of our nation’s veterans. As a result, many organizations lose the opportunity to hire great candidates, and veterans feel disconnected from “the system”.
At LockLeed our mission is to develop partnerships with world-class organizations and assist with the process of placing talented candidates into great positions.
Our goal is to facilitate communication between companies and veterans; helping both sides understand the language of the other so that both sides win.
At LockLeed we are building bridges between employers and veterans.
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Congratulations to Brian Kerkow our Veteran of The Month for June. Brian served in the U.S. Marine Corps where he learned the values of integrity and honest hard work. Today, you can find him caring for his family as well as selflessly raising awareness for Veterans and the struggles they face in the transition back[…]
Congratulations Eric Stensvold Eric is a 20 year honorably retired veteran of the Minnesota Army National Guard. He is looking to secure a position to utilize the proven skills he’s gained through his years at the National Guard.
Congrats to Matt Zeiszler, our Veteran of the Month for April. Matt is an honorably discharged veteran of the United States Marine Corp. He brings 20 years of experience in leadership and progressive responsibility. #HireAVet View more on our Facebook page – www.facebook.com/lockleed
View our attached flyer to see what jobs LockLeed International could offer you. JobListings April 13 2016
We are proud to announce that we will be hosting a Corporate Roll out event September 25th at Minneapolis Marriott Northwest. Look for your invite via US Postal Service, email or hand delivered by our President John Henka himself. We appreciate your support!
We have officially launched our facebook page where we will be regularly updating with events, jobs, employment articles, & much much more!
Click the link below to learn some valuable tips on transitioning from military life to the civilian workforce. Veteran Offers Advice for Transitioning into Civilian Life