As a reminder, if you are a Veteran with a CS background or a student Veteran studying CS and interested in learning more about Cybersecurity, then this a great opportunity to learn more about this important and emerging field.
This holiday season, we are thankful for paperless care coordination of electronic health records between the Department of Veterans Affair’ (VA) and your participating community care providers!
Over the past few years you may have heard us using phrases like, “safeguarding the integrity of GI Bill benefits” and “protecting our beneficiaries from bad actors,” – but what does this really mean?
Transitioning from the military to a civilian career can be hard. Many men and women do it each year, but some find it difficult to get into the job market, particularly those who went straight from school into training without gaining experience in other workplaces. If you want to make it work, focus on setting goals, following the steps below.
Transitioning Veterans are slowly approaching a critical point in history whereas they may no longer be directly hirable by the private sector.Over our nation’s history, Veterans traditionally transitioned seamlessly from a role within the military to a civilian career of equal pay and responsibility.
Men and veterans struggling with issues of identity, purpose and societal expectations have a hard time getting the help they need.
Earning an interview with any company requires that you have a strong understanding of the company itself, the position you’re applying for, and a top-notch resume. These three pieces come together to decide if you’re contacted for an interview or not. Finding all of this information requires a lot of legwork and searching, but there are ways to streamline this search and polish your resume to perfection.
If you’re a military veteran or you have a loved one who is, you may have experienced a frustrating couple of years trying to receive disability benefits from the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA). You’re not alone if it feels like you’ve been waiting for too damn long.
Veterans transitioning to civilian job market usually find the experience downright exasperating. Recruiters are at a loss when confronted with military resumes, which – even if impressive – don’t help veterans to find a niche for themselves on the market.
Hiring managers don’t know how to categorize this kind of experience and as a result, prefer to go with those who boast skills they’re sure will work in a given position.
Our 2015 edition of the Veterans Enterprise is out now! In this issue we cover “The Ten Best” employers currently hiring veterans, national universities with vet-friendly programs, best tips for entering the job market, and the best reasons to hire former military service personnel.
Transitioning out of the military and entering the civilian workforce is challenging. But the process will run much smoother if you show your awareness of what makes you a great candidate for the job.