EY Partners With the United Service Organizations To Expand Career Opportunities for Military Members

Originally published at ey.com. EY is a DiversityInc Hall of Fame company.

 

“The USO and EY share a commitment to helping others become the best versions of themselves. This relationship will allow thousands of our brave troops and their spouses to plan rewarding professional lives that leverage their unique skillsets,” said USO CEO and President J.D. Crouch II. “EY representatives already sit on nine USO advisory boards throughout the United States, and we are looking forward to even more cross-organization engagement in the future.”

The strategic relationship will also strengthen our hiring initiatives while raising awareness of the USO’s important role in career development. EY employees will have a chance to meaningfully engage with service members through mentorship, board positions and storytelling. Each interaction will help bridge the military-civilian divide and give more than thanks to those in uniform.

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