Thursday May 8, 2008
What is it?
The Army Spouse Employment Partnership (ASEP) is a self-sustaining and expanding partnership that is mutually beneficial to the Army and corporate America. The partnership provides Army spouses the opportunity to attain financial security and achieve employment goals through career mobility and enhanced employment options. Corporate partners are provided the capability to tap into a readily available, diverse, and talented pool of candidates.
What has the Army done?
In October 2003, the Army unveiled ASEP by formally signing statements of support with 13 Fortune 500 companies and two military agencies who pledged their best efforts to increase employment and career opportunities for Army spouses. Currently there are 31 ASEP Partners from the private sector and the federal government.
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"Being left behind when a loved one goes to war has got to be one of the hardest jobs in the United States military. In carrying out the burdens, you're serving our country, and it's noble service, and it's necessary service. The United States of America owes you a huge debt of gratitude. And so, on behalf of our people, thank you for what you're doing.
- President George W. Bush
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