GE's new collaborative program, Get Skills to Work, joins major manufacturers and educators to prepare and place veterans in long-term careers. With an estimated 600,000 open advanced manufacturing jobs across America, this program is committed to closing the gap and creating new futures for those who worked to make ours better.

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The Get Skills to Work coalition wouldn't be possible without the support and partnership from Alcoa, the Atlantic Council, Boeing, Futures Inc, the Gary Sinise Foundation, GE, Institute for Veterans and Military Families, LinkedIn, Lockheed Martin, the Manufacturing Institute, TechShop, and others. The Get Skills to Work Advistory Council has also played a major role in advising the coalitionfrom the veterans' perspective.

By Helping veterans qualify and get hired for new careers we can close the skills gap and enhance America's advanced manufacturing sector.
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THE GET SKILL TO WORK ADVISORY COUNCIL: John Campbell, Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense, Wounded Warrior Care & Transition Policy; Sgt. Major Bryan Battaglia, Senior Enlisted Advisor to the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs; Admiral Michael Mullen (retired), former Chairman of the Joint Chiefs; Lieutenant General Frances C. Wilson, United States Marine Corps (retired); Vice Admiral Alfred G.Harms, Jr. (retired); Major General Steve Layfield, United States Army (retired).