Audi Helps Those Who Have Served With 'Veterans to Technicians Program'

Back in 2011, the U.S. congress passed an act called the VOW(Veterans Opportunity to Work), which is meant to reintegrate men and women who have served into the civilian work force.  The program matched veterans with special skills such as a background in power generation, aviation, welding, electronics, hydraulic systems and others. 

This year, Audi has a goal of surpassing their U.S. sales of 139,310 new Audi vehicles by selling 200,000 cars and SUVs.  This means that they will need more resources, including talented individuals.

This is where a new program headed by Audi and the management and technology services company, CALIBRE, comes in. Audi, to meet its staffing requirements, will be working in conjunction with CALIBRE, to help place veterans who have a specific skill set into Audi service departments.

"As the Audi footprint grows in this crucial market, and as our cars become more complex, it is imperative to help our 276 U.S. dealers identify and recruit highly skilled service employees,"1 says Director of Strategy for Audi of America, Reinhard Fischer.

For more information about this program, YBH Audi recommends you to visit The new Audi Veterans to Technicians program is just another example of the German automaker's commitment to philanthropy and support of brave servicemen and women. If you'd like to learn more about what Audi is doing to help, then we encourage you to stay tuned to the YBH Audi blog or for automatic updates, to subscribe using your RSS feed.  Or you can drop by our Audi dealership located at 4940 West Chester Pike, Newton Square, PA and we would be glad to fill you in on this program.

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