MSCCN

AcronymDefinition
MSCCNMilitary Spouse Corporate Career Network
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Regarding his new role, Chun remarked, "I continue to be inspired by the MSCCN mission and the organization's success achieved.
We are pleased to support MSCCN in assisting military spouses to build their careers," said Daniel Pitasky, executive director of the Schultz Family Foundation.
Through this grant, MSCCN will increase the number of military spouses placed into meaningful jobs which match their skills, qualifications, and needs.
the MSCCN is a not-for-profit corporation dedicated to providing career opportunities and job portability for military spouses through a nationwide network of employers.
Captain Michael Riley of the National Guard Bureau, "We have been working with CASY and MSCCN for five plus years to develop the National Guard Employment Network (NGEN) which provides resources, tools, and technologies that support the development or sustainability of employment placement and assistance programs for state National Guard Commands in all 54 states and U.
Guard members and their families face unique employment challenges, and we at CASY & MSCCN will continue to partner with NGB and the state National Guard Commands to provide employment placement support of our Soldiers and their family members into meaningful careers that are a match for their skills, abilities, and needs.
Executive Vice President of CASY & MSCCN, "IBM has been a big supporter of the military and veteran communities for years; we are most appreciative of the support they provide our organizations and the opportunities to collaborate and find new and better ways to increase successful outcomes for those we serve.
Through their partnership with CASY & MSCCN, IBM has donated their Smarter Workforce solutions, including IBM[R] Kenexa[R] BrassRing on Cloud, which provides applicant tracking, case management, and communications capabilities to Employment Specialists as they assist their military-affiliated job seekers with training and placement.
CASY and MSCCN placed more than 5,000 military-affiliated hires in 2014.
The increase is directly attributed to CASY and MSCCN team member expansion.
The key promotions to the leadership team within CASY & MSCCN include:
Erin Voirol, Chief Operating Officer, CASY & MSCCN