Technical Support Specialist   

Categories: HFOT Careers

TITLE: Technical Support Specialist REPORTS TO: Director of IT Services STATUS: Full-time, Non-exempt SUMMARY:  The Technical Support Specialist will provide Tier 1 and Tier 2 support, training and technology consultation to Homes For Our Troops relating to effective use of technologies. Areas of service and expertise include, but are not limited to, computer (PC/Mac), audiovisual, …

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Homes For Our Troops and the NFL team up to celebrate Marine SSgt Omar Milan’s Groundbreaking

Categories: Blog, Home, Uncategorized
  Homes For Our Troops (HFOT), in collaboration with the NFL, will celebrate the start of construction on a new specially adapted custom home for retired Marine SSgt Omar Milan, who was injured in Afghanistan. The public is welcome to attend this special Groundbreaking Ceremony, which will take place on Saturday, April 28 at at 10 a.m. …

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Meet HFOT Volunteer Jim Gray

Categories: Blog, Home, Uncategorized
  Several days a week, Jim Gray can be found volunteering at HFOT’s headquarters office in Taunton, Massachusetts. A proud Navy Veteran, Gray is usually sporting a baseball cap adorned with an array of military insignias and HFOT pins. Gray has helped the organization since its early days in 2004, most recently assisting the Development …

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HFOT Veteran creates youth strength and conditioning camps

Categories: Blog, Home, Uncategorized
  As someone who has recovered from a severe injury, Army Staff Sergeant Frank Wasson knows fitness is vital to overall wellness. After losing his left leg while serving in Afghanistan in 2010, Frank spent years enduring rigorous rehabilitation. His hard work has certainly paid off – he is now a member of the Wounded …

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HFOT honors Vietnam Veterans

Categories: Blog, Home, Uncategorized, Veteran topic
  Forty-five years ago, on March 29, 1973, the last U.S. troops withdrew from Vietnam, ending America’s longest conflict to date. There were no Welcome Home parades to greet these brave men and women when they arrived back to the United States, nor had there been many warm receptions from their countrymen. We at Homes …

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