Connecticut offering recruitment bonus for National Guard

A $500 incentive for current and retired National Guard members that leads to recruiting new guardsmen is being offered by Connecticut in an effort to bolster troops.

The Joint Enlistment Enhancement Program was announced Monday by Gov. Ned Lamont.

“The Connecticut National Guard has proven their worth time and again for this state and our communities during the pandemic and natural disasters,” Lamont said.

“In a competitive labor market such as this, every organization is vying for the best talent. We need to think outside of the box when it comes to recruiting, especially for our military that has been a vital resource to our state and country in times of need,” the governor said.

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