The transition from military to civilian life can be a difficult one for servicemen and women.

Gone are the regular paychecks, the structure, the camaraderie and the shared sense of mission. That first step after military discharge often feels like a leap into the unknown.

But for soldiers, sailors, airmen or Marines looking for a career in the trades, the Veterans Electrical Entry Program (VEEP) can solve a lot of those problems.

Lonnie Stephenson, International President of the IBEW, shares a message of the benefits and opportunities that VEEP can bring to veterans, offering them a way to find their purpose and passion.


Rhiannon Manzi

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