MCFA is Committed to Supporting Veterans Transitioning from Uniform Service.

“For, in the end, it is impossible to have a great life unless it is a meaningful life. And it is very difficult to have a meaningful life without meaningful work.” -Jim Collins

Hanging up the uniform is a huge milestone in our (veteran) lives. It comes with a mix of excitement and enthusiasm, but also of confusion and fear. Sometimes there are too many opportunities, and we get overwhelmed with the decision-making process. Others struggle with a lack of opportunity and don’t know where to start. MCFA is here to help. We want you to feel like you have a partner in this process. Our network of colleges, nonprofits, veterans and civilians alike are available to help get you on a path to building a fulfilling career where you can maximize your talent, find meaning in your work and make an impact in a new way. 

We have been in your shoes, and we understand the decisions you are navigating. Perhaps more importantly, we know the frustrations you may feel and/or experience along this journey, and we have gathered resources to help you navigate the process. If we can help with the first step or the next thirty years of your career, we want to be a partner in helping you continue to serve and lead in a new career field.

We work in the Architect, Engineering, Construction and Development Industry. We serve clients ranging from DoD Installations and Missions to State Infrastructure and Transportation Agencies, Institutional Health Care to Entrepreneurial Resort Developers, and everywhere in between. We are a growing firm with new opportunities popping up on a monthly basis.  

Our Mission at MCFA is to Inspire People & Places. Our vision is to build a culture and environment that challenges you to become the best version of yourself professionally and to reach success, however you define it.  

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MCFA Transitioned Veterans

Tom Kraemer, U.S. Coast Guard (Project Manager, 5 Years with MCFA)

“What attracted me to MCFA was the culture. Visiting the team and meeting with employees helped me learn that the culture was open to creative thinking, open thinking, open responsibility and giving you the chance to learn and succeed.”

Sam Cubberley, U.S. Army (Senior Project Manager, 10 Years with MCFA)

“The biggest thing in a company was culture for me. Strong leadership was also something I looked for as a veteran. I wanted to make sure that the company took care of its people. I think that is something I found with MCFA.”

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