Our Work within The Fedcap Group – Continued

Dixon Center for Military and Veterans Services is working with Civic Hall @ Union Square to assist in the integration of veterans and those touched by military service into its future programs. David Sutherland, Duncan Milne, Sam Whitehurst and Kristen Thomaselli of Breakthrough22 met with Civic Hall Founder & CEO, Andrew Rasiej to ask, listen, observe and learn. Civic Hall is also a company of our parent organization, The Fedcap Group. When construction is complete, Civic Hall will focus on learning and collaboration to advance technology and problem solving for the public good. Its mission is to also help those under-represented and under-serviced communities, including veterans and their families, get trained and find well-paying technology jobs.  Dixon Center for Military and Veterans Services is proud to be a resource for all of the 20 Fedcap Group top-tier nonprofit companies. These organizations take advantage of our influence, ideas, and actions to integrate veterans and their families into their existing programs.

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