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    Ford Helps Texas-Based U.S. Army Soldiers Transition to Civilian Work

    Segment Transcript

    I'm Laura Reynold's with CarProUSA.com. Ford Motor Company, Parts and Service Operations manager Dallas Region Jonathan Cuff says Ford is helping Texas based U.S. Army soldiers transition to civilian work. Cuff: "In a nutshell it gives the soldier four Ford certifications which are industry recognized credentials, give them a pre-comprehensive training plan, partner them up with a dealer who elects to sponsor them into the program, cover the cost, tuition. And they do so with an intent of hiring the soldier upon their discharge. So it's great because we offer the solider training, certifications, a job, and then through our partnership with Texas Workforce, Workforce comes in and buys the soldier a new Ford technician starter tool kit." For more info contact Command Sergeant Major Retired Anthony Waller at AWaller77@yahoo.com. With today's Auto News, I'm Laura Reynolds.


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