WHAT WE DO
Help society understand why bridging the civilian-military divide is important.
Inform future business leaders, companies, and citizens how to build lasting relationships with veterans.
Motivate all to understand their role in bridging the civilian-military divide.
Last year alone, military personnel served a cumulative 14,000,000 hours. That’s 14,000,000 hours full of sacrifice, brotherhood, laughter, tears, and scars. In the past 5 years, over 1 million veterans have entered the civilian workforce, and brought their 14,000,000 hours of experience and expertise with them!
They are a population of dedicated, critical thinking, and diverse individuals.
While 1,000,000 have entered the work force, our society has experienced a widening of the civilian-military divide. While there are numerous organizations that assist soldiers in reintegrating back into society, we believe that there is a large need to educate the civilians, specifically future business leaders, on their role in lessening this divide. The majority of veterans lose their first civilian job within the first year for three reasons, the primary of which is a lacking sense of purpose.
Reviresco is Latin for “Renewal”, and we exist to renew the relationship between civilians and veterans in the work force.
Reviresco offers educational solutions to help current and future business leaders understand the diversity veterans bring to the work force, how to engage with their veteran employees, and how to optimize their unique skills and talents.
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P.O. Box 1195
Newark, DE 19711
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