Orion Talent Podcasts
From Military to Millionaire, with David Pere
David Pere, Active Duty Marine and CEO of From Military To Millionaire, joins the show to share his passion for educating military service members and veterans on achieve financial freedom.
Best-Selling Author Shares “Signs of a Great Resume”
As a transitioning service member or veteran, you have a broad skill set that can translate into a variety of corporate jobs. Your resume is often your chance to make a first impression on a Recruiter or Hiring Manager, so you need it to accurately represent your unique experiences, career progression, as well as the value you will bring to their company.
Scott Vedder, author of the best-selling book “Signs of a Great Resume” and “Signs of a Great Resume: Veterans Edition,” joins the podcast to offer advice on writing a resume that stands out.
“Where is Yours Made?” Ft. Army Veteran and CEO
Dean Wegner, Army veteran and CEO/Founder of Authentically American, joins this episode of the podcast to discuss his military background and vision for his apparel company. Dean launched Authentically American in 2017, with the goal of selling premium, competitively priced apparel, all made in the USA. Dean has been featured in many major news outlets highlighting his business, including Yahoo finance, Fox and Friends, Forbes, and more.
Closing the Skills Gap, with Army Veteran and Founder of STRAC Institute
STRAC institute’s award-winning Electronics Assemblers and Technician Program is an alternative to traditional two and four-year institutions, with the goal of closing the skills gap, one graduate at a time. John Shepard, U.S. Army Veteran and Founder of STRAC institute, joins the show to discuss his experience working in the technology field after leaving the military, and what led him to founding STRAC Institute.
From Day One Conferences
From Day One explores how companies can build well-grounded values into their business-diversity, responsibility, transparency-and stick with them in an economy driven by disruption.
Diverse Suppliers in the Emergency Chain
On November 17th at 10:00am PST, the National Utilities Diversity Council (NUDC) will be holding a follow-up to their October 14th event, “Diverse Suppliers in the Emergency Chain”
For this second part in looking at diverse suppliers in the emergency supply chain, we’ll hear from suppliers themselves. What kinds of products and services can we add to the emergency chain from diverse suppliers? How should we best identify suppliers and manage the relationship? In a session led by supplier diversity veteran Erica Patterson of Philadelphia Gas Works, we’ll hear from three women whose companies are key components of emergency spend.