The Helmets to Hardhats Press Center includes press releases, press kit, press and media resources, and Helmets to Hardhats team bios.
- Press Releases
Includes press releases specifically related to Helmets to Hardhats.
- Press Kit
Includes press kit materials for the Helmets to Hardhats program.
Includes resources for use by media and other interested parties.
- Media Coverage
Includes announcements, interviews and other media events.
- H2H Videos
Includes videos from media events and other venues.
Helmets to Hardhats is a national program that connects National Guard, Reserve and transitioning active-duty military members with quality career training and employment opportunities within the construction industry.
The program is administered by the Center for Military Recruitment, Assessment, and Veterans Employment and headquartered in Washington, D.C.
Direction for management of the center comes from a board of trustees comprised of equal numbers of employer and labor trustees.
Candidates can access information about careers and apprenticeships via the Internet from anywhere in the world. The Helmets to Hardhats profile they complete helps communicate to hiring managers the transferable skills they acquired during their military service.
Helmets to Hardhats is not a placement company. We refer candidates to promising career providers and refer career providers to qualified candidates.
To apply for work or membership, candidates complete a comprehensive profile that helps the building trades hiring managers determine what transferable skills they acquired during their military service.
Prior to acceptance, candidates take an aptitude test to assess their skill level.
Demographics of U.S. Military Veterans
- 24.4 million veterans
- 2 million veterans are under age 35
- 1.7 million veterans are women
- 1 in 4 adult males is a veteran
The Center for Military Recruitment, Assessment and Veterans Employment administers Helmets to Hardhats.
It was established as a nonprofit Section 501(c)(6) organization with a funding structure set out under Section 302(c)(9) of the Taft-Hartley Act for purposes provided for under Section 6(b) of the Labor-Management Cooperation Act.
The program was created in 2002 and established in 2003.
Interested personnel are encouraged to register on www.helmetstohardhats.org or call 866-741-6210 for more information.
After completing the registration, employers can post any available careers on the Helmets to Hardhats website.
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