The Call of Duty Talent, Activision’s effort to help unemployed veterans return to work, found “meaningful employment” for 16,138 veterans in 2021, the organization said. announced today.
That number moves the Endowment closer to its goal of 100,000 veterans employed by 2024. The nonprofit co-founded by Bobby Kotick in 2009 has been working behind the scenes to help returnees. after the war in a very important way.
“As we look back at 2021, many of us will no doubt say that it has been a challenging year with the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic and many changes to the way we work and the way we do business. we live,” said Mike Lavigne of Activision. “However, Call of Duty Our genius has risen to the challenge and has not let them negatively impact the work we are doing for the men and women who have served in the armed forces of the United States and the United Kingdom. . ”
The Endowment says their partnership with CoD as a “tool”, thanks to many campaigns such as a digital item pack in Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War was sold to help raise funds for the organization. Battlefield there’s also a respawn challenge in the game and take over the game’s connect screen by CoD Gifted.
“Every veteran matters, and Endowment is proud to support traditionally underrepresented populations as part of our work,” Lavigne said. “Last year, 20% of the veterans we put in meaningful work were Black, compared with 12% of the veteran population. Women are also successful – 19 percent of our positions are women, compared to 10 percent of the total veteran population.”
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