Oracle Leadership & Get Connected Event for Veterans
Thursday, November 21, 2013 from 2:30 PM to 6:30 PM (EST)
In keeping with our history of supporting those who serve our country
Welcomes Veterans to join us at our
Leadership and Get Connected Event for Veterans
- Meet Oracle leaders and learn about employment opportunities and the Oracle veterans program.
- Get connected with our Oracle veteran partners and resource organizations!
- Join the panel discussion on transitioning from military to corporate life, hear what hiring managers are looking for now!
- Meet Oracle reps at the reception. Enjoy light snacks and refreshments!
- Admission & Parking are Free!
Enjoy a special screening of the award-winning documentary
An unforgettable story of 11 wounded warriors and 1 Gold Star Mom who climb Mt Lobuche in the Himalayas
Meet Oracle Senior Producer & High Ground cinematographer
John Von Seeburg
and SSgt Cody Miranda, USMC, Retired
Thursday, November 21, 2013
2:30 - 6:30 PM, at the Oracle Campus in Reston, VA
Doors open at 2:30
Introduction, panel discussion on hiring, & film at 3:00
Followed by a Film Q&A
Get Connected with Oracle Reps at the Reception! 5:30-6:30
Light snacks and refreshments included
Free. Please make your reservations now!
One ticket per order.
Business attire suggested, or if you're active duty, a uniform is fine
We look forward to seeing you on November 21!
This event is closed to the media.
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We're looking forward to an awesome event. You'll find out about employment opportunities to enhance professional and personal development for veterans! We still have tickets left, so tell your friends & colleagues!
We're looking forward to welcoming you to our event in Reston! Space is still available, so please share with your friends and colleagues! Did you know Oracle has a long history of helping veterans? Find out the many ways we help veterans here.
Tickets are going fast! Be sure to reserve yours! Just wanted to mention that business attire or if you are active duty, uniform, are fine. Filming the expedition --from Colorado to Nepal, proved to be a real challenge. The film crew had to go first, establishing a line of cameras & crew who would be there to capture the veterans during their ascent.
The enthusiasm continues, thank you for reserving your spot. If you'd like to come as a group (larger than 4), just let us know. Here's a photo of the veterans, led by US Army Vet Ashley Crandall, through the Khumbu Valley in Nepal.
The expedition that became the High Ground documentary, had 11 wounded warriors and 1 Gold star mother. In addition, there were guides who trained the veterans in Colorado, and came with them to Nepal. Add to this the film crew, and later, the sherpas, and there were over 50 people on the trip to Mt Lobuche. Accompanying them was US Army Veteran, and journalist Brian Mockenhaupt, pictured here with some of the children in Nepal. Brian would go on to chronicle the expedition, in Outside Magazine.Thanks for signing up! Remember, we have plenty of room if you want to bring a group! Just let us know!
Thank you so much for reserving your tickets! If you have more than four, just let us know and we will arrange group reservations. Here's a photo of three of the veterans at the top of Mt Lobuche. The expedition was organized by Soldiers 2 Summits, and World TEAM Sports, and involved guides, filmmakers, the veterans, sherpas ans other strategists to get the group from training in Colorado, to Nepal!
We're off to a great start! Reserve your spot, and share this event with your peers! Aaron "Ike" Isaacson of the Kansas Army National Guard, was one of the soldiers who climbed with Soldiers 2 Summits to the top of Mt Lobuche in Nepal. Ike is still on active duty. Last year, with four other High Ground veterans, he climbed Mt. Elbrus, in Russia.