FlexTrades ReTool was created to address the growing skills gap in America. We partner with post-secondary training institutions
and military reintegration programs across the country to build our bench of ReTool Technicians. These individuals have completed
a technical, post-secondary program, and / or they are transitioning out of the military, are mechanically inclined and have undergone
a rigorous screening process in order to prove themselves as the next generation of Technicians!
We partner with post-secondary training institutions nationwide and help educate students, faculty and alumni on industry trends, resume and interview tips as well as employment opportunities at FlexTrades.
The FlexTrades’ team appreciates the skills military veterans acquire and understands how those skills translate into civilian life. We’re committed to helping transitioning service members navigate the opportunities they have after their service careers have ended.
Do you lack professional experience? At FlexTrades ReTool, we recognize the value gained from technical and / or military training, and our team offers entry-level positions to get you working in the industry you’re trained to work in.
Manufacturing today is different than our fathers’ factories. FlexTrades addresses those myths and misconceptions in our monthly webinars and presentations by sharing what’s going on in manufacturing right now and what experts can expect tomorrow.
Did you recently graduate? FlexTrades’ ReTool team provides entry-level talent the chance to get manufacturing experience and develop your craft. Check out our online jobs board, and apply with ReTool today!
Are you a Veteran or Transitioning Service Member? Our team appreciates the skills you’ve gained in the military and understands how they translate into civilian life. Connect with our team today to see how we can help!
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FlexTrades ReTool has several years of experience virtually presenting to technical college programs and military TAP programs across the country. Our goal is to increase awareness about what we do, the job opportunities we have, and the growing demand for technical skills in manufacturing. We also want to position ourselves as a resource for students and transitioning service members who have questions about the industry.