Mentors, Here Are 5 Things You Must Do to Help Your Mentee Grow Their Career after the Military

By Sarah Landrum Making the transition from military to civilian life is far from easy, and it’s not something that most veterans are prepared for. After all the work and challenges they’ve faced, it may seem easy to assume that Continue reading

Advice for a Positive Video Interview Experience

The use of video interviews is growing rapidly as more employers are taking advantage of the technology. The video job interview offers the convenience of a phone interview with the added benefit of a face-to-face conversation. What’s not to like? Continue reading

Tips for Maximizing Your Participation in a Virtual Job Fair

The Virtual Military Job Fairs co-hosted by Corporate Gray and MOAA enable military-experienced job seekers and company recruiters the opportunity to discover a possible fit by engaging in one-on-one text chat sessions.  By participating in these quarterly events, you can: Continue reading

Top 10 Job Fair Tips for Recruiters

If you’ve ever worked a job fair, you know it can be a fast-paced, demanding experience. As with most things, the more you prepare for it, the more you will get out of it. Here are some tips to follow Continue reading

An Interview with the Son of a Soldier

Son of a Soldier is a gripping new book written by author Eddie Williams, a West Point graduate and former U.S. Army Airborne Ranger and Green Beret. This book is about his amazing life and family secrets, describing his struggle Continue reading

6 Military Traits that Transfer to Business Leadership

By James R. Lint  Many of the leadership traits learned in the military are as applicable in the business world as they are in one’s personal life. While no single one could be considered the best, all contribute to a well-rounded Continue reading

Best Practices for Supporting Veterans in the Workplace

What are companies doing to successfully support their Veteran employees, as well as those in the National Guard or Reserve? This was the focus of a recent project by the Department of Veterans Affairs’ National Center for PTSD – to Continue reading

Police Work a Natural Fit for Some Veterans

by Bradley Hood Contributor, InMilitaryEducation On September 1st Gary Peterson wrote an article for the Contra Costa Times on the natural fit many veterans find police work to be after their service. His article addressed a trend which is far Continue reading

Focus on the Retention of Veterans

While considerable focus over the last few years has been on the recruitment of veterans, less has been given to the retention of veterans once they come on-board. The operative question becomes, “What can companies do to ensure they optimize Continue reading