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What resource tools are in your tool bag?


Jai Salt Hanover, MD

In my experience, finding good resources for transitioning always seems like a case of happenstance, in most cases through word of mouth. Are there any programs or websites that you would recommend to other Service Members that could help prepare them or their family to transition from the military?

Thank you in advance for your help

12 March 2019 2 replies General



Lex Levin Ellicott City, MD


If you are considering Federal civilian jobs, I'm definitely a resource - Vets to Feds is my specialty as a full-time professional resume writer with 10 years of experience. Veterans and transitioning Service Members are most of my client portfolio these days. I offer free resume reviews and proposals. My website is



Erik S. Schlacter Jersey City, NJ

Jai - first and foremost; thank you for your service. This is a great question and I'll list just a couple that come to mind: - Helps with taking advantage of the DoD Skillsbridge Program.

Hiring Our Heroes and their corporate fellowship program is a must enroll.

American Corporate Partners - Everyone needs a mentor.

Centurion Military Alliance -

Hire Heroes USA


LinkedIn - Make sure you have a solid LinkedIn page (see Michael Quinn's for reference).

USO Pathfinder

Beyond the Uniform - An awesome podcast for those who like that kind of stuff.

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