Veteran-owned small businesses can use this application to be certified by SBA to compete for federal contracts. Continue reading Veteran Small Business Certification – What you need to know
The mission of Charlie Mike is to save the lives of those still carrying the unseen wounds of combat, one veteran at a time.
Our vision is to help Soldiers, Marines, Airmen and Sailors help one another “Continue the Mission of Life,” in whatever form that may be. Continue reading Charlie Mike: “Continue the Mission of Life”
Your civilian resume summarizes your background and experience and it’s likely to be the first information about you that an employer will see.
With your military service, you already have impressive skills and knowledge.
These tips will help you make a resume that will stand out. Continue reading How to Write a Winning Civilian Resume
This year’s Annual Department of the Navy Gold Coast Conference, held September 6-8, 2022, focused on “Thriving as a Department of the Navy Small Business in a World of Global Challenges.”
Continue reading Navy Gold Coast Conference 2022 – Event Wrap Up
By Kristi Stolzenberg
If you ever run an internet search for the phrase “ military spouse resume tips ,” you’ll be swimming in articles offering tips for a winning military spouse resume. Now, if you are a janitor’s spouse, or a CPA’s spouse, you’ll probably come up short.
Continue reading 7 Military Spouse Resume Tips for Career Opportunities
Best Jobs for Ex Military – Law enforcement, IT management and the medical field are all career fields that you’ve been told are great for veterans. And while these jobs are fantastic for transitioning veterans in almost every way, they are far from the only options veterans can pursue in their post-military life.
Suppose you’re looking for a career different from the “veteran norm” while still providing job security and reasonable salaries. In that case, one of these unique career profiles might be for you:
Continue reading Best Jobs for Ex Military You May Not Have Considered
Many civilian employers have admitted challenges when it comes to evaluating a veteran during a job interview – this is why these veteran interview tips will give you an extra edge. Often, veterans have difficulty explaining how their military experience relates to the needs of the civilian employer. Continue reading The Dos and Don’ts of Veteran Interview Tips
Since the beginning of Secretary of Defense Lloyd J. Austin III’s tenure, he has been adamant about the importance of mental health in the military and prevention of veteran suicide. Secretary Austin has announced the establishment of a new program aimed at tackling one of the greatest issues surrounding mental health and military personnel: suicide prevention. Continue reading Veteran Suicide & Focusing on Suicide Prevention in the Military
Post Military Education – Going back to school is one of life’s big choices. And like all major decisions, it might feel a little overwhelming — particularly if you’re just starting to navigate the civilian world again after military service. Continue reading Post Military Education – 5 Questions You Should Ask Before Going Back to School
When one discharges from the military, veterans are often left with the gigantic task of reintegration. To describe this journey as “daunting” doesn’t even cover half of it. Continue reading Mindset: The Secret to Living