- Provides Soldiers the opportunity to participate in skills training, during their transition period, in order to improve their civilian employment options. CSPs are conducted while Soldiers are still on active duty.
- Provides networking and connecting functions essential to successful employment and rewarding careers.
- Army installations develop CSP opportunities with civilian and government agencies, community leaders, and industry providers.
- Soldiers enrolled in a CSP continue to earn military pay, health care, and benefits while training with a company.
- Authorized by Department of Defense Instruction 1322.29
- DoD MOU authorizes provider to discuss programs with Services.
- Army Regulation 600-81, Chapter 8 provides guidance for Army implementation of program.
- Providers must meet additional criteria to be an approved program.
- Garrison Commander (GC) has authority to decide which programs are associated with the garrison.
- HQ IMCOM G1 has final vetting and approval authority.
Select an Option:
“The graduates have an unparalleled work ethic and dedication that shows in their work and personal interactions. We are honored to have our entire technician team come out of Pathway Home. We thank them for their service and respect the opportunity to work with them as they begin a new chapter in their careers.” - Brett Stiff, Operations Manager of Ryder Diesel Tech in Colorado Springs
- Little or no cost to the Government and Soldier
- GI Bill usage is allowed however free programs are preferred
- Soldiers continue to receive pay and benefits during training
- Industry partners gain high-quality candidates with potential to reduce onboarding costs
- High Probability of employment in the field of training
- Company must agree to an 85% training completion rate, 100% interview rate of Soldiers who completed the training, and a 90% placement rate of those interviewed
- Pay commensurate with the knowledge, skills, and abilities necessary employment.
Reasons to Hire Transitioning Soldiers
Reliable work ethic