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Help a veteran through Hire Patriots site

Help a veteran through Hire Patriots site

Do you own a business? Are you starting a business? Are you looking for employment? Are you interested in hiring veterans? 

One site helps address all these needs: HirePatriots.com, which oversees projects in more than 45 states, with the help of about 20 regional leaders across the country.

The mission of HirePatriots is to create a nationwide employment safety net for US veterans. So wherever a veteran lives in the US, they can find work every day, with either a One Day, Temporary or Full Time job from the HirePatriots website.

Mark Baird originally created the website HireMarines in 2005 to serve Marines at Camp Pendleton. By its third month, the site had thousands of visitors, so Baird took the site national.

Entrepreneurs and job seekers can post capability statements, résumés, pictures, logos and other information about themselves or their companies. The site also features links to blogs that offer insights veteran employment, business opportunities and other related topics.

 

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John MC

July 29, 2014 - 1:10am

Are you serious? I will only say that I know Mark and Tori Baird and believe me, they do not abuse the mission they attempt to achieve FOR veterans. I can say I know they are not the kind of people who would consider what you are suggesting. I find them to be the real deal and quite genuine. It is disheartening to hear such a post. Givers such as the Baird couple deserve much more positive than questioning of possible misuse of funds. I dont know how well you know them, I will only say that to accuse or imply this is simply not fair. I think you should ask them directly instead of just posting such a post. I wish you the best and only ask to be aware of the seriousness of such a statement. Bless you, John

Kelly Morgan, retired First Sergeant

May 28, 2014 - 7:13pm

How bona fide is the non-profit HirePatriots that doesn't employ any veterans. Where does their $5000 a year sponsor fee go? Are veterans paying for the Baird lifestyle?

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