The DoD’s SkillBridge program is an opportunity for military members to gain valuable work experience through specific industry training, apprenticeships and internships.
Military experience is a great advantage for servicemembers seeking a second career on the police force. There are several ways military members can prepare and put themselves in the best position for the transition.
Supporting organizations like WMCAT is the jump-start we need to keep our nation economically competitive in a world that is constantly changing.
These men and women are the best-kept secret in business and why companies recognize the extreme value of hiring veterans.
All across America, people are celebrating a renaissance in speech economy and plain language. Even law schools, once a bastion of pretentious, unintelligible gobbledygook, are advocating for lawyers that speak in plain language.
In many ways, the United States military is one of the most successful middle-class jobs programs ever created. No matter what someone’s background is, they can join the military, learn a new skill while working, and leave with years of experience and education under their belt.
In this episode, Dr. Gary Deel talks to Joel Beam about his career as a Navy SEAL and the challenges he faced when applying his unique skillset to the corporate world.
By Dr. Chuck Russo and D.C. Rand
Officers are accustomed to making quick decisions based on limited information. Learn how such skills can translate to a second career, especially when working for companies that operate on tight timelines or in rapidly changing environments.