About

Vets2Workforce is a Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business, that specializes in project management, professional services and consulting.  We were recognized as a the 2012 Whitehouse Champion of Change for our workforce development initiatives. We engage employers in the private sector/Federal, State and Local government by identifying the very best of America’s highly talented Veterans and act as a conduit for several  career on-ramps into the growth economy.

  • Professional Services
  • Salesforce/CRM Call Center Management
  • Cybersecurity – Veterans with CISSP certifications and TS/SCI security clearances
  • Seismic Engineering Services
  • Construction Management Services
  • Solar Energy – Tech I & II
  • Human Capital Management

Vets2Workforce, with our non-profit partner, Veterans2Work, trained, certified and placed over 200 Salesforce-certified Veterans with Amazon, Dell, GM, Microsoft, SAP/Oracle, Salesforce, and Whole Foods.

With our partner Worldwide Counter-Threat Solutions, we are a sub-contractor on the VECTOR  (Veteran Enterprise Contracting for Transformation and Operational Readiness) IDIQ contract for Management Oversight, Training, Outreach, and Information Technology Staffing. VECTOR is a $25 Billion total, 5-year base, 1 x 5-year option, FFP, VA Department-wide behemoth that covers a broad range of general management and business support services and solutions.

Currently our VetMatch brand is enabling change in the way the VA hires their employees by using our Predictive Hiring Analytics tool at the VA San Francisco Medical Center sponsored Spark-Seed-Spread Innovation Funding Program. Cloning your best employee!

In addition to Salesforce as an entry into a technology career path, we offer with our strategic partners Vets2PM and the PMO SQUAD, the first ever project management career pipeline for Veterans.

Solar Energy is the fastest growing sector of our economy. Utilizing the Department of Energy’s SolarVets Program, we are poised to deliver a veteran workforce to meet the predicted demand for 70K new jobs in California.

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