Military Job Seeker Advice

Becoming a Franchisee

After transitioning out of the military, you may miss some of the intangible aspects of the lifestyle. For example, you may be used to working in a mission-oriented world with others who share a common work ethic as you. You don’t always find that type of culture in the civilian workplace but you can find it… Read more »

Provide Your Interviewer with a Greater Understanding of Your Value

In the upcoming issues of Military Transition News, we are reprising the A to Z list of everything a service member needs to know about transitioning. One of the “greatest hits” is the letter “S”. Click here to read more.

High Unemployment Rate for Veterans is a National Concern

James Wilburn understands firsthand the challenges of transitioning from the military to civilian employment. That’s why, as the military academic program director for Georgia Tech Professional Education, he launched the Veterans Education Training and Transition Program (VET2). Click here to read more.

The Benefits of an MBA

Bradley-Morris answers questions from transitioning military job seekers. Q: I’m transitioning out in the next six months and I’m considering going back to school to earn my MBA. What are the benefits of an MBA over a bachelor’s degree? Click here to learn more.

Apply Your Military Training to Build a Successful Dealership

Saladmaster is the premier cookware brand dedicated to helping people achieve their dreams by offering the opportunity to thrive in their own Dealership. Building a Saladmaster Dealership is an opportunity to start your own business, earn a substantial living and achieve your dreams as you transition into civilian life. Click here to read more.  

Every State is Different When It Comes to Teacher Certification

During her military career, former Army CPT Heather M. Morgan’s job titles ranged from chemical officer, to personnel management, to executive officer, to S2 intelligence officer. But Troops to Teachers gave her tools to make the leap into teaching. Click here to read more.

Military-Friendly Institutions Will Find Ways to Help You Financially

You’ve amassed experience in the military, and you’re a proven professional in your field. So is extra schooling even necessary? It depends, say student recruiters at military-friendly universities. Here is a four-step process to help you determine whether to go back to school. Click here to learn more.

Companies on Which to Set Your Sights

Bradley-Morris answers questions from transitioning military job seekers. Q: A friend of mine sent me a link to your Most Valuable Employers (MVE) for Military list and I was curious how the companies are chosen. Clearly they are committed to hiring servicemen and women, but what other advantages exist? There are some companies that I… Read more »

Capital One has a Strong Military Network

John Finneran is General Counsel and Corporate Secretary of Capital One Financial Corporation, a diversified Fortune 200 company and one of the top ten banks in the United States based on deposits, with one of the most widely recognized brands in America. To help commemorate the Most Valuable Employers (MVE) for Military® issue and Armed… Read more »

JDog Sells Franchises Exclusively to Military Veterans

JDog Junk Removal & Hauling, a rapidly growing national company, is on a mission to offer business ownership opportunities to veterans and their family members. JDog franchisees provide junk removal and hauling services to both residential and commercial customers, delivering service the military way: with respect, integrity and trust. Click here to read more.