For veterans who have experienced the military teamwork, and the sense of contribution to our Country’s freedom, Wounded Warrior Corps represents an extreme focus on veterans creating jobs/opportunities for veterans combining this sense of contribution to our country (opportunities with high focus on National Defense) within sense of unification of the military (hard work as a team … one team one fight).


The summarized paradigm of Wounded Warrior Corps is entrepreneurial-centric Economic Development and Business Development. The Founders and Directors of WWC represent decades of expertise in growing companies calibrated to opportunities within economic shifts.

Wounded Warrior Corp’s paradigm shift in leveraging a 501(C)(3) nonprofit is to think like ENTEPRENEURS, build business, and use donations to cover the life transitions, training and time required to teach wounded veterans the skills. The goal being to yield an offspring family (owned and partial owned by Wounded Warrior Corps) of businesses built with wounded veterans included in created ownership opportunities (veteran vesting plans), that self-propagates profits back into the incubator styled eco-system, helping not only wounded veterans but contributing to other veteran focused nonprofits.  


Wounded Warrior Corps, a Public Charity, is to find and create both direct employment opportunities, as well as job sourcing (provide out-source manpower) utilizing highly established network of former military and government working within both the Defense and Commercial Industries. 

To further enable placement provide both direct job training, and partnered job training including technical training to individuals with disabilities who have served the U.S. in any capacity, with an emphasis on Wounded Warriors and all disabled veterans affected by physical disabilities, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), and Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI). 

Wounded Warrior Corps is committed to the development of varied Centers of Excellence Consortiums) fostering the environments for the care, rehabilitation and job transition needs of Veterans who are referred by the Wounded Warriors Program and are in need of services to support transition to community life.

  • On-the-Job Training Programs (20%)
  • Yellow Ribbon Reintegration Program Based Jobs (20%)
  • Ability One Based Jobs (20%)
  • Direct (FAR and non-FAR) Contracting to the U.S. Government and Commercial Industries (40%)