Quarterly Newsletter | April 2022

by | Apr 1, 2022 | 2022, News & Media, Newsletter

Message from WFW Founder & CEO Hernán Luis y Prado

Founder and CEO Hernan Luis y PradoDear Friends,

Spirits are high as gear up for our Spring 2022 class graduation and prepare to celebrate our 1000th Workshops for Warriors graduate!

The 2022 Gala has a higher purpose than merely jubilation and recognition of what you have helped us achieve in our shared mission to rebuild American manufacturing with veterans. This 2022 Gala is where we spring off of this significant milestone and bring the fourteen years of relentless dedication and commitment to bear on our next objective….creating additional opportunities for those that have served. Workshops for Warriors is the nationally viable training pipeline that America needs. Together we can solve America’s manufacturing workforce crisis by creating brighter futures for every veteran that has served.

The only challenge we face is funding. Your financial support means we can offer daily meals to students, housing for those that need it, subsidies for childcare assistance, and scholarships to train and place more veterans into advanced manufacturing careers…throughout America.

By attending our Gala, you could serve two purposes: celebrate our veteran and transitioning service member students, and help raise funds to increase student capacity. Due to space constraints at our current facilities, we cannot train all of the competent, capable, and committed veterans that apply to our school.

Help us say, “Yes,” when one of America’s heroes requests the opportunity to be trained for their new mission …to support their families, their communities, and our nation.

We hope you will join us in celebrating 1,000 and supporting 100,000 and beyond!

Very Respectfully,

Hernán Luis y Prado

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