Reese May joined the Marine Corps Reserves at 18 and turned 21 in western Iraq. When he heard about Veterans Corps at the St. Bernard Project, he felt like it had been designed just for him. He interviewed in mid-September and went to work the following Monday. “I thought I wanted to be a site supervisor, but they asked me to take a more analytical position,” he says. “I told them, ‘I want to do whatever you think will make me help best.’ May works on a computer at the St. Bernard Project headquarters, sorting and tracking information from the beginning to the end of each rebuilding project and looking for ways to make each step more efficient. He’s also in charge of filing all building permits. He has no idea what his title is. “I work with an incredible group of people who are more focused on what needs to be done than on titles”. He says being part of Veterans Corps feels fantastic.