The Department of Labor Veterans’ Employment and Training Service works daily to make sure that those who serve have the employment support they need when they transition back into civilian life. Continue reading How We’re Helping Our Heroes Get Hired
In honor of Veteran’s Day, November 11th, 2017, Anchor Media Services donated $45,000 to the USO of Metropolitan New York in partnership with Sailor Jerry Spiced Rum. Both Anchor and Sailor Jerry Spiced Rum have deep ties to military service members and Veterans and this donation marks the newest milestone in the companies’ ongoing support.
Continue reading Anchor Media Services Donates $45,000 To The USO Of Metropolitan New York In Partnership With Sailor Jerry Spiced Rum For Veteran’s Day
Moving from active duty to Veteran status is a significant change. You may have a lot on your mind as you reunite with family and reintegrate into your community.
Continue reading 10 “Did You Know” Tips for Veterans Entering the Job Market
By ShaDonna “Mo” McPhaul
Veteran homelessness and employment is an epidemic facing almost every city and state in the United States. Although the “Mayor’s Challenge” in some states such as Virginia has ended homelessness amongst our Veterans, this is an issue everyone must be proactive and engaged about because homelessness and unemployment can happen to any of us.
Continue reading Act Like a Veteran, Think Like A Civilian
Big boys love their big toys. This is what people are learning as ToyMakerz begins its new season. The second season will feature eight parts that are one hour each, and will begin on November 10, 2017 on Velocity at 8 p.m. and 11 p.m. with re-airs on Saturdays at 10 a.m. EST.
Continue reading ToyMakerz Season Two Set to Air on Velocity
Edgewater Park resident Laura Tolver has been named a Tillman Scholar by the Pat Tillman Foundation. A student in the doctor of nursing practice (DNP) program at Rutgers University–Camden in New Jersey, she is one of only five nursing students, and only 61 students overall, to earn this highly competitive scholarship.
Continue reading Marine, Mechanic, Nurse and Scholar—Laura Tolver receives Pat Tillman Foundation scholarship
At age 5, Bianca de Leon emigrated from the Philippines to start a new life with her family in the United States. Seventeen years later, she graduated from Penn State with a bachelor of science in nursing degree and embarked on a military nursing career. Continue reading Nursing alumna overcame hardship to pursue military nursing career
The University of Nebraska’s (NU) campuses have expanded their online program selection by adding new fully online programs in the areas of public relations and social media, social work and German language teaching.
Continue reading New Online Programs Offered by University of Nebraska Campuses
You may think that initiating a conversation at a network event is the difficult part, however ending a conversation can be equally as tough, as it’s easy to get “stuck” in a discussion with somebody, out of fear of appearing rude.
Continue reading How to Politely End a Conversation at a Networking Event
Your resume and cover letter impressed the hiring manager enough that you’ve landed an interview. Naturally, you do all the right things to prepare.
Continue reading Saying This in an Interview Takes Guts, But Could Sway the Hiring Manager in Your Favor