At Accenture Federal Services, our people are committed to supporting military veterans and their families.
Our people’s passion for making everyday life better for veterans drives the work we do with and for the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs, our investment in programs to reskill and hire veterans, and the many talents contributed by our people to serve the community.
Veterans making a difference for veterans
Through the work he does to recruit, train and hire veterans, Quincy D. Harper Sr. is making a difference in the lives of veterans and their families every day.
Helping veterans find employment is a personal passion for Quincy, who is former military. He connects servicepeople to reskilling programs that help veterans gain in-demand skills, creating new employment opportunities and a smoother transition to life outside the military.
In addition, Quincy mentors veterans on translating their military experience to the civilian workforce, because skills like leadership, resourcefulness and the ability to work under pressure are highly valuable assets in finding employment.
Powering a path to veteran wellness
Ted Adair is passionate about helping veterans seek wellness and live a fulfilled life following service. He gives his time to Boulder Crest Retreat, a non-profit aimed at improving the overall well-being of our nation’s military, veterans, first responders and their family members.
In addition to volunteering on the ground, Accenture Federal Services developed myPATHH, a web-based application to support the Warrior PATHH program. The application helps veterans stay connected and on track from anywhere with the PATHH program, which stands for “Progressive and Alternative Training for Healing Heroes.” PATHH’S intensive seven-day program is now a full, 180-day experience thanks to myPATHH.