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SCTE Launches Vet-Net Program

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EXTON, Pa. -- The Society of Cable Telecommunications Engineers (SCTE) today announced that it is creating the SCTE Veterans Network (Vet-Net), a program that is designed to assist veterans of United States armed forces to make the transition to careers in the cable telecommunications industry.

SCTE Vet-Net will leverage the collective resources of the cable technology community and other organizations to identify discharged members of the military with an interest in becoming part of cable’s next-generation workforce. SCTE Vet-Net will provide industry-specific tools, training and certifications, as well as support infrastructures that can link military veterans directly with established industry personnel and resources.

“We’ve positioned SCTE Vet-Net squarely at the intersection of public and private sector needs,” said Mark Dzuban, president and CEO of SCTE and a veteran of the U.S. Army. “The program will enable cable to play an important role in transitioning our servicemen and women to positions in the private sector, and at the same time will meet the industry’s needs for highly skilled candidates for the next-generation cable workforce.”

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