NS2 Serves Certifies New Group of SAP Software-Trained Veterans; Mark Testoni Comments

SAP NS2NS2 Serves has graduated the newest group of veterans who underwent training on SAP software at the Army Navy Country Club in Arlington, Virginia.

This fifth class of post-9/11 military veterans completed NS2 Serves' three-month, in- residence technology training and employment program and received the Certified SAP Associate certification in information technology, NS2 Serves said Wednesday.

Participants also undergo training in communication and presentation skills and receive mentoring from business executives.

The training program aims to help veterans land a job with an average starting salary of at least $60,000.

“The true marker of this program's success is when each graduate is hired and begins a new career,“ said Mark Testoni, CEO of SAP NS2 and founder of NS2 Serves.

“We’ll be working hard in the next few weeks to realize this goal for each of the 23 graduates honored today,“ Testoni added.

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