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Questions about Military to Civilian Transition

Veteran

Steven Shepherd Sumter, SC

With little more than a year left of service. How can i best prepare myself for entering into another career?

I am interested in Information Technology. As a Veteran, I am not opposed to doing thing in a defense/aviations role.

7 months ago Military to Civilian Transition 10 answers

Veteran

Angel Diaz Troy, NY

Can civilian employers find out that I served in the military? What happens if I don’t mention it at all?

This question is being asked out of curiosity

7 months ago Military to Civilian Transition 3 answers

Veteran

Hendrik Schoeman Honolulu, HI

Can someone provide some advice on how to best market 20 years of US Navy Civil Engineer Corps officer experience to the private engineering and construction sectors?

Since all my experience has been in the government sector I know things are done a little different in the private sector. My challenge at...

7 months ago Military to Civilian Transition 4 answers

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RT McClain III Fresno, CA

What are some great resources to help with translating military skills to civiian employment.

I have more than 20 years of military experience in Human Resource Management, Project Management, Program Management, Training and Instruction Design, Strategic Management, Conflict Resolution, Team...

7 months ago Military to Civilian Transition 3 answers

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KARA GORMONT Honolulu, HI

What recommendations do you have to translate military roles and responsibilities to our civilian counterparts?

We often here when discussing what we do with civilian organizations that our roles of flight commander, squadron commander, group commander, division director, do not...

7 months ago Military to Civilian Transition 3 answers

Veteran

James Hendrickson Jacksonville, FL

What is the biggest key to making the military to civillian transition as smooth as possible?

By this I mean, networking, resume, face to face interaction? I seem to be struggling finding a job with little to no responses to my...

7 months ago Military to Civilian Transition 4 answers

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Domonick Stewart Copperas Cove, TX

Passion Finding in the Information Technology Field

The background of my question comes from my 19+ years of Active Duty Army service and being that the IT world is very broad. I will...

7 months ago Military to Civilian Transition 1 answer

Veteran

david white Fort Worth, TX

Help finding employment/apprenticeship opportunities at/around Rancho Cordova, CA.

Staring transitional (retirement) leave on March 02, 2019. I will relocate to Camino, CA in March 2019, meanwhile, looking for employment before my family (wife & son) comes over...

8 months ago Military to Civilian Transition 1 answer

Veteran

Dontay Glover Gastonia, NC

From my background in Human Resources and being a Recruiter for the Army, how well will these skills be in the civilian organization?

In terms of recruiting for the Army and having a background in Human Resources, how much does it differ from a civilian organization?

8 months ago Military to Civilian Transition 13 answers

Veteran

RICHARD SHOPE Las Vegas, NV

Not so much a question but looking to connect with local motivated entrepreneurs

I am an entrepreneur myself and want to connect with others. Share knowledge and see how we can connect to empower. Pretty simple CoFounder of...

8 months ago Military to Civilian Transition 2 answers

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