Airstreams Renewables Helping Veterans have Fulfilling Careers

Airstreams Renewables, Inc. is a vocational training solutions provider committed to delivering compliance, education, certificates, and industrial training to the energy and hazardous duty industrial sectors, with strong ties to the global wind industry.  Close to 60% of their staff are Veterans.

Following is a letter from Adrian Cervantes, USMC Veteran.                                         

To our veteran community:

Know you are not alone. We along with NVF and others are committed to you and your transition. It may feel overwhelming to transition at a time like this but we are dedicated to ensuring you have opportunities lined up as you look to the horizon. From our Vietnam era to current transitioning service members, we are out in the box ready to guide you in your next mission.

Our mission statement is as follows:
Airstreams Renewables provides career skills training, education, and mentoring that prepares our students to transition into successful careers and provides our industry partners with safety-focused graduates who share our values of Accountability, Respect, and Integrity.

Throughout the past couple of decades, we have committed a team of over 150 people strong to support your transition. To date, we have trained over 7,000 service members and veterans into life-fulfilling careers in: Wind, Solar, and Telecommunication industries (to name a few).  

Within 6 weeks (240 hours) you can receive 10 industrial safety certificates from any one of our 9 campuses nationwide (pending your Active Duty/Veteran/Civilian status). These certificates have opened doors to so many that are now in the industry providing competitive wages, an excellent chance for advancement, and outstanding opportunities for travel/relocation. Our partners in the field know what to expect with someone with the Airstreams logo on their name tape. Learn more about what that means below.

To learn more, click on the video below:

http://www.air-streams.com

I encourage you to call us today. We have veterans on staff waiting to assist you. (661) 822-3963 ext 3 for admissions. If you can’t make the phone call, join a free info session to learn more about our program. We host this every Wednesday at 14:00 Pacific/ 16:00 Central/17:00 Eastern:

Adrian Cervantes is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting.

Topic: Airstreams Info Session 2021

Every week on Wed, until Dec 15, 2021, 15 occurrence(s)

https://us02web.zoom.us/j/84449512995

Meeting ID: 844 4951 2995

Become one of a growing number of graduates who are climbing to their next career in the energy and industrial sectors including, but not limited to, Wind and Communication Towers.                                                                                                                                                       

Sincerely,
Adrian Cervantes, USMC Veteran                                         

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