Be All You Can Be: A Solder’s Success Story

By Kenneth Bracewell My name is Kenneth Bracewell, and I am twenty-seven years old and from a small town in Texas. After graduating from high school in 2005, I decided to go to school for one year at a local Continue reading

Do You Have the Right Credentials for the Civilian Job You Seek?

During your transition from the military, you need to take stock of what skills you have and what skills you need for the civilian career you are targeting. It may make sense for you to pursue a certificate or earn Continue reading

Translate Your Military Skills into Civilian Language in 6 Easy Steps

How do you accurately and honestly portray your military skills and experience into language which civilian hiring managers will understand? This is a difficult hurdle for military job seekers to overcome in their civilian job search. It is the job Continue reading

Education is a Key to Success!

It’s true — education is an important key to success! Be sure to take advantage of your hard-earned educational benefits, such as the GI Bill. Advanced education and training will make you more competitive in the job market, and can also payoff Continue reading

Considering a Career in Education?

Are you thinking about a career in Education? Teaching can be a rewarding second career and a great way to use your military skills and expertise to help others. And there are programs and resources available to help you take Continue reading

Bridging the Military to Civilian Hiring Gap

What can job seekers and employers do to bridge the gap between the military and civilian work worlds? A recent survey by Monster Insights called Veterans Talent Index shows that 70% of employers are hiring veterans because they are the Continue reading

MyCAA Program Helps Military Spouses Pursue Education

The Military Spouse Career Advancement Accounts (MyCAA) Program is a career development and employment assistance program that provides up to $4,000 of financial assistance to eligible military spouses who are pursuing a license, certification or Associate’s degree in a portable Continue reading

New Training Assistance Available to Unemployed Veterans – VRAP

Included in the VOW to Hire Heroes Act of 2011 is the new Veterans Retraining Assistance Program (VRAP) that rolls out on July 1, 2012. This new program, sponsored by the Department of Veterans Affairs (DVA) and Department of Defense Continue reading

Do You Have the Right Credentials for the Civilian Job You Seek?

During your transition from the military, you need to take stock of what skills you have and what skills you need for the civilian career you are targeting. It may make sense for you to pursue a certificate or earn Continue reading