SOSi to Participate in Army Employment Program for Soldiers

TYSONS CORNER, VA, April 4, 2018 — SOS International is set to sign a partnership agreement with the U.S. Army to provide job opportunities to soldiers under the service branch’s Partnership for Youth Success program, GovCon Executive reported Tuesday.

SOSi said Monday the PaYS program, which has more than 600 partners across industry, academia and state and local governments as potential employers, seeks to help soldiers land job interviews for employment after they retire from the service.

The program is part of the Army’s long-term initiative to bridge the gap between job-seeking service members and companies that aim to hire skilled personnel.

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