Veterans’ transition liaison to find local jobs for veterans


Every month, the West Kentucky Workforce Board (WKWB) sees 350 to 600 soldiers leave Fort Campbell as veterans.

WKWB reports about 40 percent of those want to stay in west Kentucky, but they need jobs.

A new hire for the board is helping our veterans do just that —stay local.

Marc Quesenberry, a U.S. Marine Corps veteran, is the veterans’ transition liaison. “That will be my permanent focus… that partnership between our businesses and our industries and with our veterans, the military, and their spouses,” said Quesenberry.

As a veteran himself, he’s had to go through that transition. He understands some of the things veterans go through when leaving the military and entering the civilian world.

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