A Company in Charleston Helping Military Veterans Find Work
CHARLESTON, SC (FOX 24 NEWS NOW) — For many military veterans, transitioning from their military positions to civilian life can be difficult.
They have to endure the transition moving from the front lines to the back of the unemployment line.
Kyle Coker, owner of Charleston DoodyCalls Pet Waste Removal, has made an effort to sympathize with veterans in Charleston.
Coker has helped Nick Gallo, Navy veteran, transition into civilian life by giving Gallo employment and a furry best friend.
“[Nick] was looking for something that was a low stress position — something to ease into. He answered my calling and I really couldn’t turn him down. He had dog training, background in the military, and was really just the best applicant I could’ve ever asked for,” stated Coker about Gallo.
For fellow veterans, Gallo encourages those looking for employment to ask others how to find jobs friendly towards veterans.
Finding support is vital to a healthy, smooth transition.