LOCAL U.S. VETERAN, BUSINESS OWNER, NON-PROFIT FOUNDER
HELPS VETERANS FIND CIVILIAN JOBS AFTER MILITARY SERVICE
Veterans Day is this Friday, Nov. 11, but the Charlie-Mike Foundation, a local non-profit organization dedicated to connecting veterans with skilled local resources and employment opportunities, works year-round to help former military members successfully transition into civilian life.
Charlie-Mike Foundation founder Mike Del Prado, a U.S. veteran and owner of local business and consulting firm Executive Option, created the non-profit because he saw a need to help former service members translate their military experience into new careers when they exit the armed forces. Distinctive from other non-profit organizations connecting job seekers with potential employers, the Charlie-Mike Foundation takes a personalized approach with each veteran, considering every individual’s unique skill set, family needs, health and financial status and long-term goals.
Mike Del Prado serves as president and chief executive officer (CEO) at Executive Option, a Southern Nevada-based business consulting firm specializing in enterprise systems and change management. A U.S. veteran, Del Prado also founded the Charlie-Mike Foundation offering veterans access to trained career mentors, personal and family-oriented career plans driven by the veteran’s health, financial and individualized needs, as well as ongoing and long-term career support and resources.
Media interested in interviewing a representative of the Charlie-Mike Foundation are requested to email Erika Pope at email@example.com.
ABOUT THE CHARLIE-MIKE FOUNDATION
Charlie-Mike Foundation connects veterans with skilled local resources committed to creating a personalized path for the successful transition as they embark on their next mission. The organization was founded by Mike Del Prado, a U.S. veteran and chief executive officer of Las Vegas-based Executive Option, a business consulting firm specializing in enterprise project management and recovery. “Charlie-Mike” is the military code phrase for “continue mission,” or pushing through adversity no matter the difficulties. CMF offers veterans access to trained career mentors, personal and family-oriented career plans driven by the veteran’s health, financial and individualized needs, as well as ongoing and long-term career support and resources. Interested veterans can sign up for CMF’s services here.
Erika Pope/Jevaughn Williams
The Vox Agency
(702) 249-2977, (702) 334-5537
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