Preparing Veterans for a New Life

A podcast came to my attention about HirePatriots.com, an organization geared toward preparing veterans for a new life. This is a little off the beaten path of the usual topics related to preparedness, but I know many vets are into preparedness and survival.

And there is another preparedness connection I’ll mention below.

Transitioning to the civilian way of life can be difficult for vets. It calls for a different way of thinking from that which has been learned in the military.

As if that weren’t enough, exposure to the horrors of war can leave a person altered for life. There could be mental changes, physical wounds, or both.

Enter HirePatriots.com. They provide helpful programs for vets and their families, such as:

  • One day jobs board–Veterans are connected with businesses or individuals for temporary employment to help make ends meet.
  • Full time employment–Veterans get help with resume writing and other aspects of finding employment.
  • Business Startup–Veterans get help with developing a business plan, setting up a Website, marketing, and other skills involved with starting their own business.
Hire Patriots believes in the hard working, self disciplined character of veterans because vets are not only good team players, but they know a thing or two about self reliance. If you are one, you know about that already.

There is also a specific preparedness angle to what they do. One of the projects they’d like to bring to fruition is the creation of sustainable communities throughout America.

In the podcast I mentioned above, Steve the underground prepper–a veteran himself–interviews Mark and Tori Baird, founders of HirePatriots.com. I encourage you to listen to the interview with HirePatriots.com.

If you can help Hire Patriots with a tax deductible financial contribution, or if you or someone you know could use their help, check out their site at HirePatriots.com.

 

Author: John Wesley Smith

John Wesley Smith writes and podcasts from his home in Central Missouri. His goal is to help preppers as he continues along his own preparedness journey.