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Yesterday, a handful of companies in the wireless industry announced their commitment to recruiting, training, certifying and finding jobs for 5,000 veterans over the next three years through a new nonprofit organization entitled Warriors 4 Wireless (W4W). DYNIS, PCIA (the Wireless Infrastructure Association), Competitive Carriers Association, T-Mobile, MasTec, PricewaterhouseCoopers are the companies committed to launching this non-profit organization. Warriors 4 Wireless was formed to bridge the gap between the demand for trained and deployable wireless technicians and the thousands of qualified servicemen and women eager to transfer the skills they learned in the military to civilian careers. “DYNIS created W4W as a way to give back to our military veterans and revolutionize the wireless industry,” Earl Scott, CEO of DYNIS and Co-Founder of W4W said. “We are thrilled that the program has grown into an industry-wide effort, independent of us, supporting thousands of veterans as they make the transition from military to civilian careers.”
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