The Wounded Warrior Project’s TRACK Program

Rance Miles is chief operating officer and chief financial officer of several milk and dairy companies, including Select Milk Producers, Inc., and Farmers Select LLC. Outside of work, Rance Miles supports several charitable organizations and is active in the Wounded Warrior Project.

Dedicated to helping wounded service members be successful, the Wounded Warrior Project offers several programs focusing on various areas of success. The organization’s TRACK program helps individuals become economically empowered by providing them with the opportunity to meet their educational goals. A 12-month program, TRACK is designed for individuals looking to start or continue their education, develop goals, and form positive strategies for success.

During the program, TRACK students work together as a team, building a supportive environment where individuals of all skill levels can expand their abilities. The program serves as a way of preparing for the civilian workforce by promoting the creation of civilian career goals. In addition to helping its students with their educational and career goals, TRACK also focuses on health and wellness by teaching program participants about improving their overall physical health and understanding how their injuries play a role in reaching their goals.