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Virginia Department of Veteran Services Recognizes IntellecTechs for Hiring Women Veterans

By May 24, 2019June 18th, 2019No Comments

Virginia Beach, VA (May 20, 2019) – IntellecTechs, Inc. (pronounced In-te-LEC-Teks), is pleased to announce that they have been recognized from the Virginia Department of Veterans Services, as a Virginia Values Veterans (V3) partner company for demonstrating its outstanding commitment to promoting the hiring of women Veterans and increasing the number of  Veterans in the workforce.This is the second year for this prestigious award and recognizes the number of women Veterans hired by Virginia Values Veterans (V3) partner companies and organizations since the inception of the V3 program through December 2018. The 2019 award will reflect hires from January 2018-December 2018.  There were four categories based on the number of employees:  Enterprise (1000+), Large (301-1000), Medium (51-300), Small (1-50).

Jeri Prophet, Founder and Chief Executive Officer of IntellecTechs, accepted this award at the 2019 Virginia Women Veterans Summit.  “IntellecTechs is honored to be recognized by V3.  Our Human Resource team works tirelessly to ensure that my commitment to hiring and serving Veterans, active duty military members, and their families is met with the care it deserves.  We pledge to continue to lead the way in hiring Veterans in the Information Technology services field,” said Jeri Prophet.

The Virginia Values Veterans (V3) Program is a Commonwealth of Virginia, Department of Veterans Services Program. V3 helps employers understand, design, and implement nationally recognized best practices in recruiting, hiring and retaining Veterans that was organized under the directorate of Veterans Education, Training, and Employment, within the Virginia Department of Veterans Services.  IntellecTechs is part of more than the 600 businesses, state and local government agencies and educational institutions certified by the V3 program promoting the hiring of over 35,000 Veterans since 2013.