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      Johnson & Johnson is proud to partner with American Corporate Partners (ACP), a national nonprofit organization that addresses veterans’ career transition needs through two free programs: a nationwide veteran mentoring program that pairs veterans with business leaders, and an online network, ACP AdvisorNet, that serves as a forum for any American to share their business expertise with the men and women who have served our country. Today leaders and associates from more than 50 companies like Johnson & Johnson have signed on to mentor returning veterans entering the workforce.

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