Alexandra Myers was craving smoothies. Rich Anthony had too many mosquitos in his back yard. The light dawned: If those things were important to them, other people probably felt the same way, too. Both now have flourishing veteran owned franchises that have grown so exponentially, even they didn’t foresee their resounding success Click here to… Read more »
Military to Civilian Career Coaching
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.
America’s veterans deserve our gratitude when they return home from their time in the service and hang up their uniform. But more than that, they also deserve an opportunity to demonstrate what a valuable resource they can be to employers. Click here to read more.
So you’re thinking about going to college but you have some concerns. Maybe the last time you sat in a classroom was during your senior year of high school. Still, you have questions. Here are the answers. Click here to read more.
In this issue of Military Transition News, we are coming to the end of our A to Z list of everything a service member needs to know about transitioning. We now tackle the final letters of the alphabet, “Y” and “Z”. Click here to learn more.
Pictures don’t lie. And professional networking sites, such as LinkedIn, are filled with profile photos gone horribly wrong. Don’t let that happen to you! Click here to learn more.
Bradley-Morris answers questions from transitioning military job seekers. Q: I read that Zappos doesn’t even post jobs. Instead they use their employees and social networks to attract potential employees. How many businesses do this and how do I get into a company like Zappos if I don’t know anyone? Click here to read more.
There are numerous benefits and programs available to transitioning military looking to start their own business or purchase a franchise. Here are some programs that can help you get started. Read full article here.
Interviewing is about discovery. Although there is much you should do in advance of interviewing, much of what you learn about a job occurs during the interviewing process. Although the job description and your resume might appear to mesh nicely, the interview allows both parties to validate the fit. Click here to read full article.
ANNOUNCING THE 2014 Most Valuable Employers (MVE) for Military® One word universally comes up when military veterans discuss the 2014 Most Valuable Employers for Military: Family. For these veterans, their civilian workplaces have that special quality that conjures a familial sense of belonging. Companies that made this year’s list at Military Transition News ensure that military service… Read more »