Our award-winning employment support services have established CASY as one the most effective and efficient nonprofit organizations across the United States.
Every job seeker’s needs are different. Because of this, our focus is not on just the resume or pushing job seekers through an automated search, but on what specific services each-individual needs to secure and maintain employment.
This job seeker journey follows our 4-step path to employment:
Every action, service, communication, plus other metrics from each job seeker, are tracked inside an IBM applicant tracking and case management system designed exclusively for CASY.
This technology allows our team to report on outcomes and track diversity and other information, while analyzing our work on a regular basis to determine how we can be more successful for those we serve!
CASY's mission is two-fold, but very straightforward. First, we must attract transitioning military, veterans, National Guard and Reserves into our program. Once our military-affiliated applicants are registered, we provide one-on-one assistance and services needed to facilitate job placement. These include gap skills training and guidance from Employment Specialists who are second to none. Our IBM technology allows us to track these candidates from registration through their first year on the job.
Corporate America Supports You (CASY) was chartered in 2010 as a private sector non-profit organization with the mission to provide no-cost employment readiness, vocational training, and one-on-one job placement services for National Guard, Reserves, transitioning service members, and veterans of all branches of service.
The organization was founded by Deb Kloeppel and her husband, Rear Admiral (RADM) Dan Kloeppel, US Navy (retired).
RADM Kloeppel, after a 36-year military career, possesses a unique perspective on the problems faced by service members when transitioning to the civilian workplace. CASY works directly with its sister organization, the Military Spouse Corporate Career Network (MSCCN) – chartered in 2004. Together they function as one Military job-placement unit serving two target audiences. Where CASY offers an outlet for the Military Service Member, MSCCN focuses on spouses of Military, family members, and Military caregivers.
CASY & MSCCN operates as an employment partner to all branches of the Armed Forces, including the National Guard and Coast Guard, through Memoranda of Understanding (MOUs).
All of our employment and training programs are supported by solid partnerships with major corporations, job-recruiters, mid-size companies, and small businesses that provide employment opportunities for our Military-affiliated job seekers. Our state-of-the-art Gateway technology, built by IBM, provides real-time, verifiable tracking and outcome reports to our employment partners, Military, and donors.
Rear Admiral Dan Kloeppel
USN (Ret.), Founder & CEO
Founder & President
Director of Finance and Administration
In all, our team is comprised of 61 military-affiliated members
representing 50 States, and all National Guard territories.
2017 October 27 Board Meeting
CASY and MSCCN held their semi-annual on-site Board meetings on Friday, October 27, 2017, generously hosted by Boeing at their Plato, TX location.
2016 February 26 Board Meeting
CASY and MSCCN held their semi-annual on-site Board meetings on Friday, February 26, 2016, kindly hosted by Swift Transportation at their Corporate Headquarters in Phoenix, AZ.
2015 September 25 Board Meeting
CASY and MSCCN held their annual on-site Board meetings on Friday, September 25, 2015, generously hosted by Boeing at their St. Louis Headquarters.
2015 March 13 Board Meeting
The CASY Board of Directors held their Meeting at USAA's San Antonio Riverwalk offices on March 13, 2015.
2014 September 12 Board Meeting
The CASY Board of Directors held their Annual Meeting at Boeing Headquarters on September 12, 2014.
2014 July 16 Board Meeting
2013 October 11 Board Meeting
2013 June 20 Board Meeting
2012 October 11 Board Meeting
2012 June 1 Board Meeting
General Corporate Information
Business Purpose: Employment placement, gap skills vocational training, and continued career development assistance for transitioning military, National Guard, Reserves, and veterans from all branches.
|Date of Formation:||May 17, 2004|
|Fiscal year end:||December 31st|
|Entity type:||501(c)(3) nonprofit|
|Formerly:||The Military Spouse Pinnacle Foundation|
Corporate Contact Information & Registered Agents
Financial & Administrative Office
5445 Murrell Rd., Suite 102-177
Viera, Florida 32955
Registered Agent Address for Missouri
Lee J. Metcalf
6551 Delor Street
St. Louis, Missouri 63109
Registered Agent Address for Florida
610 Market Street
St Augustine, Florida 32095
Registered Agent Address for Texas
Allen, Texas 75013
For over ten years, CASY, along with its sister organization MSCCN, has provided no-cost targeted employment assistance, vocational training skills assessments and validation, gap skills and training solutions, and one-on-one job placement services for all transitioning service members, National Guard, Reserves, and veterans.
During this time, and with the support of the community we’ve worked with over 100,000 military-affiliated individuals.
We love to work with the Media!
At CASY, we work with both national and local news and media outlets to share the stories of our military-affiliated job seekers. Journalists frequently contact us about employment issues as they relate to transitioning military members and veterans. We’d love to hear from you too!
Please direct any and all questions to email@example.com.
Awarded the Call of Duty Seal of Distinction for being the most effective and efficient nonprofit organization.
A Third Party Audit by Deloitte Consultants proved that CASY spends 96 cents of every dollar on the mission – only 4% of funding is spent on administrative costs.
Recognized by GreatNonprofits as a 2015 Top-Rated Nonprofit.
|CASY’s Senior Executive Vice President Stacy Bayton, a Coast Guard and Marine Corps veteran, explains that programs were adapted early on after seeing firsthand the unique barriers the veteran demographic faced – including quantifying experience in the military to the civilian sector. "Veteran underemployment issues are not going away, as some predicted. In fact, the needs are continuing to increase, creating confusion and frustration for the job seeker. Our services are customized to streamline veterans through the job search process as quickly as possible, with opportunities that not only fit their qualifications and skills, but their needs as well. This is partly why our average starting salary and retention are higher. It is also why an average of 30% of the folks in our program have a job and continue to work with us in their ongoing career progression."|