Warriors4Wireless Creates Veteran Job Opportunities

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Program shares skills to gain a career in the telecom industry

Infinigy made a donation to Warriors4Wireless, a wireless industry recruiting, training and placement program.

John Stevens, P.E., Founder and CEO, Infinigy; Kelley Dunne, CEO, Warriors4Wireless; and Howard Cook, Winner of Tournament Event

When veterans graduate from our program, they are well prepared for a long term career in one of the most stable industries in our country.

Infinigy, a member of PCIA – the Wireless Infrastructure Association headquartered in Alexandria, Virginia, recently hosted a fundraising event in support of the newly launched movement for military veterans, Warriors4Wireless. The company donated $11,000 toward training for men and women leaving activity duty and learning job skills within the wireless industry.

The event was held in Hollywood, Florida during the recent Wireless Infrastructure Show raising funds to support the training of military candidates coming into the program. Infinigy is a privately held telecommunications service firm with offices in New York, Georgia, North Carolina, New Jersey, Colorado and California. The company specializes in engineering and complete service performance for the wireless industry including development, environmental, construction, DAS and small cell.

Warriors4Wireless is a wireless industry recruiting, training and placement program that provides candidates with the entry level knowledge and skills to gain a career opportunity in the wireless or telecom industry. The management team and board is honored with members from all branches of the military supporting this cause including Retired Army Command Sergeant Major Angel J. Ramos; Navy Rear Admiral James Barnett, Jr., Deputy Commander Navy Expeditionary Combat Command; and Retired Air Force Major General Hugh H. Forsythe.

“We are privileged to be recognized by Infinigy and presented a donation that will continue the national movement to help our military veterans," states Kelley Dunne, CEO, Warriors4Wireless. “When veterans graduate from our program, they are well prepared for a long term career in one of the most stable industries in our country.”

In the past 12 months, W4W has launched seven training centers across the country and established a national relationship with Texas A&M Engineering Extension Services. John Stevens, P.E., Founder and CEO, Infinigy adds, “The wireless industry is experiencing tremendous growth and needs trained workers within tower construction services. Infinigy commends Warriors4Wireless for their concern for veterans and insight into a program that will help during a time of large reductions in US military forces.”

More information for Warriors4Wireless may be found at http://www.warriors4wireless.org or Infinigy at http://www.infinigy.com.

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