CompTIA’s Future Leaders Donate $5,000 to Hire Heroes USA on Behalf of Continuum Veterans Foundation

Posted by Continuum Staff

Nov 10 2015

CompTIA’s Donation Helps Hire Heroes USA Assist Veterans and Spouses in Finding Civilian Jobs through Employment Training and Corporate Engagement

BOSTON – Nov. 10, 2015 – Continuum Veterans Foundation, helping returning troops find jobs in the IT industry, is pleased that Atlanta, Georgia-based Hire Heroes USA, an organization dedicated to creating job opportunities for U.S. military veterans and their spouses through employment training and corporate engagement, has received a $5,000 donation from CompTIA’s member community, Future Leaders. Nathan Teplow, a Future Leaders member and Senior Marketing Programs Manager at Continuum®, the sole donor to the Continuum Veterans Foundation, nominated Hire Heroes USA for the award. CompTIA is the IT industry’s trade association.

“The IT industry is an important employment channel for Hire Heroes USA, and since one of the goals of the Future Leaders Community is to attract new IT talent, the community’s goals and Hire Heroes’ mission coalesce,” said Nathan Teplow of Continuum. “Hire Heroes USA is doing great work and using donations very effectively to help veterans find good jobs and return to civilian life. Veterans are a great fit for IT jobs because of the skills they acquire during service – such as problem solving and teamwork. Any organization that helps bring new talent to IT and supports veterans represents a win-win.”

Hire Heroes USA helps veterans and their spouses to secure 60 confirmed new jobs each week by overcoming common barriers to employment. Services include helping veterans effectively demonstrate how military responsibilities are relevant to civilian job descriptions or market their leadership and knowledge in a resume and interviews.

CompTIA’s Future Leaders Community is focused on building best practices for embracing a multi-generational workplace, while also providing a platform for millennials to network and advance their careers in the IT channel.

Nathan Teplow was named a ChannelChanger by CompTIA in 2014, recognizing young entrepreneurs who are shaping the future of the IT channel and for early successes and relentless pursuit of excellence and originality. He was elected to CompTIA’s Future Leaders Community Executive Council earlier this year.

CompTIA’s Future Leaders also elected to give $5,000 to Humanitarian Toolbox.

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About Hire Heroes USA

Founded in 2005, Hire Heroes USA is a national nonprofit organization headquartered in Alpharetta, Ga. Hire Heroes USA is dedicated to transforming military service into civilian success for US military veterans and their spouses through personalized employment training. Hire Heroes USA has gained national recognition for its comprehensive continuum of veteran career transition assistance, resulting in more than 60 confirmed hires a week in 2015. For more information, visit and follow us on Facebook and Twitter.

About Continuum Veterans Foundation

Continuum Veterans Foundation is a nonprofit organization providing financial support to local and national charities that focus on helping veterans find jobs in IT. The Foundation was established in 2012 by Continuum®, the technology industry's only channel-exclusive provider of fully integrated managed IT services solutions, directing a portion of the revenue from its Help Desk offerings to select nonprofit veteran organizations. For more information, visit:


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About Continuum Managed IT Services

Continuum is the technology industry's only channel-exclusive provider of fully integrated managed IT services, allowing its Managed Services Provider (MSP) partners to maintain both on premise and cloud-based servers, desktops, mobile devices and other endpoints for small-and-medium-sized businesses. Continuum’s SaaS platform enables MSPs to efficiently backup, monitor, troubleshoot and maintain clients’ IT infrastructure from a single pane of glass, all backed by an industry–leading network operations center (NOC) and Help Desk. The company employs over 1,000 professionals worldwide, supports 3,500 partners servicing 50,000 SMB customers and monitors over 700,000 endpoints. In 2012, Continuum established the Continuum Veterans Foundation, a nonprofit organization providing financial support to charities focused on helping veterans find jobs in IT. For more information, visit or follow us on LinkedIn and Twitter @FollowContinuum.