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DoD SkillBridge Intern with The ARRC

Wednesday, April 29, 2020 15:23 | Albert Renteria (Administrator)

Chad, you are the 108th Learner, and I welcome you to The ARRC. Share all about the DoD SkillBridge Program and always visit the Refuse To Fail Landscape. Semper Fi, Al

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  • Thursday, April 30, 2020 16:23 | chad pearce
    Thank you Al. I will do both along the journey.
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    • Thursday, April 30, 2020 16:32 | Albert Renteria (Administrator)
      Chad, results quantify the gratitude. Learn, Unlearn and Relearn. Semper Fi Al
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      • Thursday, April 30, 2020 16:59 | Christina Zepeda
        So great to watch you through your next phase in your life!! You served our great Country Faithfully & now it’s time to see you grow as a business owner helping & serving other Veterans you team with for all you guys protected. Congrats! Win! Win! Win!! Proud of you Chad! 🇺🇸♥️🙌🏼🙌🏼
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        • Thursday, April 30, 2020 17:37 | chad pearce
          Thank you so much Christina. Growing my network and meeting awesome people like you who share their knowledge and go out of their way to lend a helping hand has been such a blessing!
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  • Friday, May 01, 2020 07:14 | Chris Kern-Garcia
    Kudos to AARC for supporting Service members! Thank you!

    Best of luck, Chad!
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    • Friday, May 01, 2020 07:50 | Albert Renteria (Administrator)
      Chris, you are a critical element of the program, serving as the BRIDGE closing the gap of an active duty service member's military SKILL to more efficiently integrate post service.

      If you click on the "outline" hyperlink you will see the template of what Chad has to follow and complete within 85 days.

      The upside of covid-19 prompted best use of this program as a unique hybrid approach and tracks the intern from where you are.

      I welcome others you want to bridge no matter where the service member's home of record is. The ARRC is well positioned to intern all of your interested and approved candidates, just let me know. Semper Fi, Al

      P.S. Welcome to our community!
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      • Tuesday, May 05, 2020 04:25 | Roger Repstien
        Chad good luck. The lines of communications are still functioning. Use them as you write your Chapter.
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        • Tuesday, May 05, 2020 09:23 | chad pearce
          Thank you Roger! Your support and experience as a fellow veteran are extremely valuable to me.
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  • Tuesday, May 26, 2020 10:59 | Albert Guzman
    Welcome aboard! Good morning Chad this Albert Guzman. I signed my Learners Articles of Agreement Dec. 9, 2009! What a great journey it has been! Albert Renteria has been a valuable asset! Helping me to persevere through tough times that I have in business. Our motto " Refuse to Fail" is the charge to never give up! My brother a Navy Veteran that pass away last month was a thorn in side of Albert Renteria and myself when he came to us after his wife died. Very bitter! He was able to use the center to help himself and other homeless Veterans! Has the quote in the back of SWVBRC.ORG said We shall Fail or Falter. We shall not Weather or Tire. Give us the tools and we will Finish The JOB! He used SWVBRC,ORG to improve his life style and get the benefits he earned by serving his country. He started a business with another Veteran doing clean ups for foreclosed homes. He also helped a family of five to get VASH program and got them off the streets! I thank Albert Renteria for his volunteering his time to help us Veterans to SUCCEED. As a 100 percent disable Veteran Albert Renteria has showed me to take off the DIS! gave me an opportunity to have the ABILITY to " Refuse To FAIL" Again Welcome aboard! Albert Guzman
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    • Tuesday, May 26, 2020 15:07 | chad pearce
      Albert,

      Great to hear from another Learner. I agree, Albert has been a tremendous asset in my transition out of the military, "Veterans cross the finish line together!"

      I'm sorry to hear about your brother. My brother was also a Veteran and he passed away 2 years ago. Thank you for sharing your story and thank you for your support!

      Chad
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