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Every day, 2,000 Power strong set out on a singular mission: to be better today than yesterday. Through mentorship, discipline, and service-above-self leadership, the team enables each individual to raise their standards for themselves and their future. This mindset attracts military veterans to Power and allows them to not just be successful here - but thrive.

That’s why we created the Power Veterans Initiative. Through this Initiative, we will not simply hire hundreds of veterans; we will provide them with the opportunity to be challenged, develop into leaders, and build a career founded on purpose.

"Power's Continued Success Relies On Identifying and Promoting Leaders

-those who commit themselves to honoring their team and mission. No one better embodies this notion than military veterans."

Asher Raphael, Co-CEO

Our Mission | 01 For Company

Veterans thrive at Power because of their team-first mentality, leadership skills, and commitment to a shared mission. That’s why we are actively hiring returning veterans for positions in marketing, sales, and operations throughout the country as we continue our nationwide expansion. We believe hiring veterans is not just the right ethical decision, it’s the right business decision.

Veterans thrive at Power because of their team-first mentality, leadership skills, and commitment to a shared mission. That’s why we are actively hiring returning veterans for positions in marketing, sales, and operations throughout the country as we continue our nationwide expansion. We believe hiring veterans is not just the right ethical decision, it’s the right business decision.

Our Mission | 02 For Community

Integral to a thriving civilian life is a strong community. To foster this sense of belonging, Power is working to re-energize American Legions across the country. Each of our territories is partnering with a local Legion to create an environment that engages millennial veterans by building an on-site state-of-the-art gym, providing updated computers and gaming technology, while developing and executing community service projects.

Integral to a thriving civilian life is a strong community. To foster this sense of belonging, Power is working to re-energize American Legions across the country. Each of our territories is partnering with a local Legion to create an environment that engages millennial veterans, build an on-site state-of-the-art gym, provide updated computers and gaming technology, and develop and execute community service projects.

Our Mission | 03 For Country

Power doesn’t hire veterans out of a sense of duty. Power hires vets because we believe it’s smart business. They are natural leaders, willing to go the extra mile not only for themselves, but also for the betterment of others.

Power doesn’t hire veterans out of a sense of duty. Power hires vets because we believe it’s smart business. They are natural leaders, willing to go the extra mile not only for themselves, but also for the betterment of others.

PVI Council Members

Michael Hansen
Director of Veteran Affairs
Marine Corps, 2002-2010

Michael was deployed four times with the Marine Corps, serving during Operation Iraqi Freedom and Operation Enduring Freedom in Afghanistan. In the course of his service, he earned the Navy and Marine Corps Commendation Medal and a Combat Meritorious Promotion to Sergeant.

Jim Miller
Project Manager
Marine Corps, 2004-2009

Jim deployed to Iraq with the Military Police Company, Headquarters Battalion, 1st Marine Division. He supported multiple forward operations during Operation Iraqi Freedom as an All-Source Intelligence Analyst with top-secret clearance.

Damon Gabriel
Quality Assurance Manager
Marine Corps, 2008-2012

Damon served with the 1st Light Armored Reconnaissance Battalion as a Non-Commissioned Officer during Operation Enduring Freedom. He received two Purple Hearts, a Combat Action Ribbon and Naval Unit Citation in his service.

Lillian Anderson
Purchasing Agent
Army Reserves, 1997-2005

Lillian served as an Automated Logistics Specialist, supporting both domestic and overseas operations, and was deployed to Iraq during Operation Iraqi Freedom. She was awarded the Army Achievement Medal for her service.

Power Veterans Initiative

Veterans inherently understand the value of teamwork, purpose and pure grit. We created the Power Veterans Initiative for veterans looking to apply the same values they gained during their time in the military towards a career. While some companies may view hiring veterans as charity, we see it as an essential move for our business.

Triumph Games Partnership

Our military men and women never stop striving for success, so it was a natural fit to work alongside them as they set out to reach new heights. Power employees know that when you put your heart into everything you do, you can accomplish any goal you set. It’s with that spirit that we were proud to be the title sponsor of the 2016 Triumph Games.

2016 Mid-year Kickoff Event

Why did we fly over 1,750 people in for our mid-year kick-off? Because we’re all one family, and we want our employees to see, in-person, what Power can do for everyone. We start off with a night of fun, and follow it up with a highly motivating event to kick start employees for the rest of the year, including a very special speaker who personifies true leadership.

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