ATR’s Military Commitment:

Veteran’s Employment Program


Employing veterans across the country


If you’ve served in the U.S. military, you’ve sacrificed a lot during your life. Parades, awards, and handshakes are great ways to show gratitude, but they’re not enough. The amount of courage and dedication you’ve displayed shouldn’t just be celebratedit should be rewarded. 

Reenter the workforce


That’s why we created ATR’s Military Commitment, a program focused on placing veterans in contract and internal positions across America. Those who return to the workforce after their military service face unique barriers to employment, and ATR provides the additional support and career counseling necessary for reacclimating to civilian working life. 


Careers are our specialty


Many military candidates have been employed through ATR over the years, proving that the traits that helped you serve this country are the same that can lead to a successful career. Our specialty is harnessing your skills and finding the right role to apply them to. It’s the least we can do to say  thank you for all that you’ve already done for us. 

Take the next step in your career.
Get in touch with us today.

When Heroes Speak, ATR Listens

ATR Military Spotlight

Say Thank You” by Hiring Veterans”

The Memorial Day weekend serves as a time to honor our country’s veterans as well as marking the unofficial start of summer for everyone. Therefore, I want to thank all the men and women serving in the military currently as well as those who are veterans: your service, hard work and sacrifice is noted and […]

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A Rewarding Leadership Summit: Growing with Other Executives at Historic West Point

The United States Military Academy. Better known as West Point, it’s a legendary institution that I had the pleasure of visiting recently for a rewarding leadership summit. This event was the first time an all-female executive summit was held at West Point, and it was put on by the Thayer Leadership Development Group. Their mission […]

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3 Lessons I Learned From Former Navy Seal Henry Guevara

We have a host of reasons to be grateful for and respect our military veterans, but my recent conversation with Retired Senior Chief Petty Officer Henry Guevara on Parent Boss Leader (PBL) reminded me once again of a few realities: veterans are talented, well-trained, and have many important skills civilians don’t initially recognize. When I […]

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