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

The Importance of Transition Goals, Timelines, and Deadlines

By Jeffrey Phillipy One important step in starting your military transition is goal setting. Many people have dreams and aspirations which they call mistakenly call goals. A goal is measurable, with a defined timeline and ending. Planning and goal setting Continue reading

Making the Most of the Job Fair Experience

As with any job search avenue, there are pros and cons to attending job fairs. Attending a job fair can be one of the most effective job search tools you employ, depending on the effort you exert to make the Continue reading

Key Points to Learn from a Panel of Recruiters

By James Dittbrenner Recently I participated in a quality panel with VSE Corporation’s top recruiters discussing the key features recruiters look for in qualified candidates to fit specific, immediate positions. Here are some of the key points that came out Continue reading

How to Handle the Salary Question

Salary is an important consideration in the job search, but many individuals leaving the military are initially unprepared to properly handle the salary question, believing it is predetermined. Most employers, however, have some flexibility to negotiate salary. This article will Continue reading

Wow Recruiters with a Beefed-up LinkedIn Profile

Help recruiters not only find you but be wowed by what they see! Here are some LinkedIn profile tips to BEEF IT UP and give recruiters more to sink their teeth into… 1. Add links and files to your profile Continue reading

Cover Letter 101

By Lisa Carroll As a recruiter in the private club industry, I’m amazed by the number of cover letters I receive that are poorly written and not compelling. The cover letter is the only way to truly “connect” with the Continue reading

Silence the Bird, and Other Video Interviewing Tips

Virtual video interviews are becoming an increasingly important part of the job search process. Using this technology, companies can more easily screen candidates regardless of their geographic location, which is especially useful for military personnel who are stationed around the 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