More veterans seeking employment will have access to a refurbished laptop computer, thanks to the generosity of Sipi Asset Recovery.
Bob Adams, Sipi Vice President of Finance and Operations, along with Eric Dorn, SVP and General Manager recently offered five laptop computers to Mitch Siegel, Job Developer, with Catholic Charities Lake County Veterans Employment Program. The laptop computers have been wiped of all previous data by Sipi Asset Recovery, and they will be refurbished with new software, by Catholic Charities Veterans Computer Project volunteers, and repurposed so that veterans seeking new employment opportunities have the technology tools they need to be successful in rejoining the workforce.
As Siegel describes, “Catholic Charities Veterans Employment Program includes skills assessment, resume writing, mock interviews, and other career development initiatives which all require the use of a computer. This very generous donation from Sipi Asset Recovery is going to go a long way toward helping our veterans advocate for themselves as they pursue their employment goals.”
Based in Elk Grove Village, Illinois, Sipi Asset Recovery helps mid-large-sized organizations overcome their surplus technology challenges. As experts in IT asset disposition and e-waste disposal, we help clients master their unique IT security, environmental, and industry compliance efforts. Our experienced service teams are above the rest in offering value recovery, web-based reporting, and logistics support. Sipi takes responsibility seriously by being certified to rigorous industry standards and requires that all environmental and regulatory processes are attended to accurately and with care. At Sipi, doing the right thing is not just good business, it’s central to our purpose and value as a company. Sipi is a Certified Woman-Owned Business.
“Sipi is dedicated to providing a meaningful and supportive employment experience for Veterans through our RISE (Responsibility, Independence, Self-Empowerment) initiative. Supporting Veterans has a special place in my heart, as I have watched my father work with a local Veterans support program for many years,” commented Dorn.
Siegel continues, “Catholic Charities is tremendously grateful to the senior management of Sipi Asset Recovery for their partnership with us, in helping veterans begin new careers. These veterans have sacrificed a great deal personally while serving the United States, and it is our privilege to now assist them.”
Additional information about Sipi Asset Recovery can be found at: sipicorp.com. To learn more about Catholic Charities Veterans Employment Program, call Mitch Siegel, 847-782-4219 (Lake County) or Bernie Gresham, 773-808-2954 (Cook County).