The 25th annual White House Correspondents Garden Brunch brought together Washington politicos and Hollywood A-listers to recognize veterans and their contributions to our democracy including SAP NS2 Serves, a non-profit dedicated to helping veterans by providing valuable IT training and employment assistance at absolutely no cost to the veterans.
“At NS2 Serves, we are all about Boots to Suits,” said NS2 president and CEO Mark Testoni. “These veterans and their families have sacrificed so much for their country — they deserve our support.”
Congressman Don Beyer (D-VA) joined Testoni on stage at the Garden Brunch to present this year’s NS2 Serves graduates with the Garden Brunch Champions of Freedom Award.
“I’m so proud to be here with you to honor the contributions of these veterans and military families,” said Beyer, whose father is a Korean War veteran. “My district is home to over 50,000 veterans and active duty men and women, and I’m proud to represent a district with such a strong ethic of service, the same devotion shown by all these individuals before you today.”
In just four years, NS2 Serves has celebrated ten graduating classes totaling over 200 students, giving graduates and their families the benefits of quality, skilled-based employment in technology fields. Every graduate from this year’s class has been hired by Deloitte.
The Garden Brunch is proud to support NS2 Serves and its commitment to providing skills training and high-tech jobs to veterans.