The WARTAC-Europe saw its first graduates last month, over forty transitioning service members received their certificates and some received career opportunities with the VA, itself.

Two garrisons, USAG Rheinland-Pfalz and USAG Bavaria house the classrooms for the Department of Veteran Affairs' overseas Warrior Transition Advancement Course, which hopes to arm its students with the skills necessary to become VSRs (Veterans Service Representatives) or RVSRs (Rating Veterans Service Representatives). During the courses, students are given the chance to interview for job openings within the 56 Regional Veteran Service Centers across the U.S., in Puerto Rico and the Phillipines.

WARTAC-Europe program manager, Jesse Rector was mentioned by Army Public Affairs for saying the following during the graduation ceremony on December 21st: "Working for the VA means you will be joining more than 10,000 of your fellow veterans who work for us...veterans serving veterans."

To learn more about WARTAC-Europe, the enrollment requirements and the VA hiring process, follow this link to the original article.

Cover image is of the USAG Rheinland-Pfalz graduates.

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