The Three Ps to Job Interviewing Success

By Dr. Jerusalem Howard There are very few adult conversations more important than a job interview.  One’s career and employee trajectory can be changed based on the interactions during an interview.  Being a Human Resources recruiter for over 15 years, Continue reading

Job Search Networking – Part 1: Types and Tips

Networking is essential to a successful job search. It is estimated that 70% of jobs are found through networking. Growing your network and connecting to those who can help will increase the opportunities for job leads, advice, and support in Continue reading

Job Search Networking – Part 2: Connect with Fellow Veterans

As a military veteran, one of your greatest resources is your fellow veterans. They are a nationwide network that has a common interest and that looks out for one another. Make it a priority to connect with other veterans through Continue reading

Job Fairs and the Speed Interview

By Scott Kee Attending a job fair can be a very efficient way in which to interact with several recruiters at one location. It allows you to speak to many potential employers and get your face and name out there Continue reading

Job Search Tips for Veterans and Transitioning Military

By Jo Weech Last week, I was interviewed by Karen Hunter on SiriusXM Urban View about tips for veteran job seekers, in honor of Military Appreciation Month. Afterward, the responses from veterans in all corners of CONUS was overwhelming! That response has Continue reading

Transition Infographic & Survey

Military-Transition.org’s infographic provides some unique insights about the transition process. Visit their website for more statistics and insights and to be part of their ongoing transition survey – www.Military-Transition.org Reposted with permission from the Military-Transition.org website: http://www.military-transition.org/infographic.html The Military-Transition.org Survey Continue reading

What Does it Take to “Grow Where You are Planted?”

By Lt Col Steve Johnson, Commander, 97th Operations Support Squadron A good friend of mine’s favorite bit of professional advice is always, “Grow where you are planted.” I heard him speak at a recent function and right on cue, there Continue reading

A Job Seeker’s Toolkit

By Jim Dittbrenner As an individual in the job search mode, you have been thinking about what you need to do.  Friends have been pushing you for your resume.  You have purchased, borrowed, or checked out from a library a Continue reading

How to Write a Strong Professional Summary for Your Resume

By Sarah Landrum If you’re a military veteran who is now making the transition into the civilian workforce, there’s a good chance you’ve already experienced a few bumps in the road. Whereas you’re probably used to constant communications and instant Continue reading