SkillBridge

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Be part of a team that is re-defining an industry

The SkillBridge program at Crawford helps members of the military community—veterans and their spouses—transition to careers in loss adjustment. No previous experience required! Our apprentices will gain valuable skills through a paid training course coupled with on-the-job training to best prepare them for careers at Crawford. As part of this program, you’ll work alongside some of the best and brightest minds in the industry, gaining knowledge, certification, and placement at one of the largest and most innovative companies in the world.

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Restoring and enhancing lives, businesses and communities

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We believe in leading by example –at work and in our communities. We hail from more than 70 countries and speak dozens of languages, reflecting the global fabric of the audience we serve. At Crawford, employees are empowered to grow, emboldened to act, and inspired to innovate. Our industry-leading team pioneers new solutions for the industries and customers we serve. We’re looking for the next generation of leaders to take this journey with us.

When companies hire military veterans, we all benefit. This is especially true for Crawford & Company. Offering veterans an opportunity to be hired at Crawford upholds a greater commitment to those who have faithfully served our great country.

Rohit Verma | CEO | Crawford & Company

Frequently asked questions

What is the SkillBridge (SKB) Program? Is it the same as the Career Skills Program (CSP)?
Both terms, “SkillBridge” and “Career Skills Program”, are used interchangeably under the Department of Defense (DoD) SKB Program. SKB provides eligible Military members an opportunity to develop their skills through civilian-on-the-job training, employment skills training, apprenticeships and internships to help them prepare to transition from the military to civilian employment. SKB training leads to a high probability of civilian employment.

When am I eligible to participate in a SkillBridge training program?
Service Members can participate in SKB training no earlier than 180 days prior to their separation or retirement date. The exact time frame depends on the length of their approved training programs.

Still, have questions? Email CrawfordSkillBridge@us.crawco.com.

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