Operation MCP Partners with Wounded Paw Project

02/24/2017 09:48 pm ET

OPERATION MCP PARTNERS WITH WOUNDED PAW PROJECT

WASHINGTON, DC — February 6, 2017, Operation Making Careers Possible (Operation MCP) will partner with Wounded Paw Project to help veterans as they transition into civilian life. Wounded Paw Project will refer those seeking assistance with résumé and interview preparation to Operation MCP. Operation MCP will refer those seeking service animals to Wounded Paw Project.

Ernesto Hernandez, Founder of Wounded Paw Project stated “We are looking forward to working with Operation MCP in providing services to those who have served. Through this partnership, veterans will receive one-on-one guidance with résumé writing and interview preparation. As the Founder & President of Operation MCP stated "Our goal for the partnership is ultimately, to show veterans that as they transition into civilian life, they have support in their life goals and aspirations.”

Operation MCP is an organization whose goal is to assist veterans and service members with résumé writing and interview preparation to transition them from the military to civilian workforce. By partnering with Operation MCP and having a common goal in mind, we believe our members will benefit from a wider range of services.

Wounded Paw Project is dispelling the notion that shelter dogs are NOT service dog candidates. WPP provides service dogs to individuals and veterans who suffered trauma such Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, Traumatic Brain Injuries, Military Sexual Trauma/Sexual Assault Victims – “Saving a Paw, to Save a Life” TM.

To learn more about Operation MCP and Wounded Paw Project or how you can become involved, please contact:

Daniela Petrilli, Founder

Operation MCP

Ernesto Hernandez, President

Wounded Paw Project

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