Carahsoft, a Reston-based IT company that was founded in 2004, is taking part in the state-based veteran employment program.
State Gov. Ralph Northam announced this week that the company will participate in the Virginia Values Veterans Certification Program, which aims to give veterans more employment opportunities through training and education.
The Reston-based company is the 1,000th to receive certification in the state program.
The program was created in 2012 and is describes the first state-based program dedicated to improving employment opportunities for veterans by training employers on national best practices for recruitment, hiring, and retention.
Northam plans to visit Carahsoft next week to present the certification.
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