Merivis Foundation supports military veterans preparing for their next mission through training, mentorship and job readiness for Salesforce cloud technology careers.
Thank you for visiting my page. My goal is to raise $1000 dollars for the Merivis foundation by Veteran's day.
My transition from the military to the civilian world was not easy. I struggled to find a job that paid a decent living wage. After attending the Merivis cohort, I obtained my Salesforce Admin Certification. I now work as a Salesforce consultant and I'm also a board member of the foundation. Learn about my journey by clicking the video above. To check out my blog, click on the link below.
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Merivis Foundation supports veterans preparing for their next missions through training, mentorship and job readiness for Salesforce cloud technology positions. With a growing need for Salesforce certified professionals and an increasing number of underemployed veterans in the country, we bridge the gap to help veterans transition to civilian life and find great careers. Since we started in 2015, Merivis has impacted the lives of nearly 100 military veterans by supporting them in their transition to civilian careers. Through our Salesforce training programs, we've put them on the path to growing, in-demand technology roles and we couldn't have done it without every member of the Merivis community.
We invite those that have been a part of Merivis as students, alumni, volunteers, coaches, sponsors, advocates and friends to join the Merivis fundraising team in spreading the word and raising funds to host additional programs in support our veterans. Our goal is to have 30 individuals raise $1,000 each before Veteran's Day and celebrate with us on Saturday, November 10th at the Accenture Memorial Walk benefitting Merivis.
You can contribute to Merivis here or choose one of our Alumni or Advocates pages below to help them reach their goal.
Thank you to KLRU for featuring Sheldon Simmons, our board member and graduate of the first Merivis cohort in their American Graduate series. To view more stories from the KLRU series "American Graduate: Getting America to Work" visit klru.org/