A U.S. Military Veteran is said to be a man or woman, who put on our nation’s uniform, made a commitment and in fact, signed a blank check payable to our country for an amount up to and including their very lives. They chose to be a part of something larger than themselves, putting their nation’s needs above their own. Every single U.S. Military Veteran, no matter their age, race, gender, political stance or preference takes an oath. An oath to defend the people of the United States against all enemies both foreign and domestic. That includes you and me, our children, our parents, our friends and neighbors. The United States Veteran did not discriminate on who they defended while they served us and our nation.
Veteran Transition Redeployment and Outreach Cohort (VTROC) is a 501(c)(3) recognized Non-Profit organization. Initiated and led by veterans, VTROC offers an immediate solution to the “now what” moment commiserated upon discharge from military service. VTROC is committed to, organically and through strategic alliances, providing housing opportunities, education assistance, and additional resources that are required to satisfy the challenges impacting veterans’ post military service.
With the dedication to maximize successful veteran re-entry into their communities, and enhancing their ability to continue their service to those same communities and the nation as a whole, VTROC is changing the conversation about military service members and enabling their contributions to our collective economy and society. Veterans possess a comprehensive skill set of leadership intangibles such as discipline, adaptability, and problem solving that simply are too expensive to teach. Utilizing this skill set, veterans have the ability to energize the economy by opening small businesses, create structure and discipline or even using their organic talent in creating the next silicon valley.