A growing number of people are realizing their own business dreams by buying small to midsize companies and helping…
If it’s time for a career change, start by researching careers that pique your curiosity, however, be sure not reject a career because you lack familiarity. AMU’s Dr. Valerie Davis offers helpful tips to help you find your next career including including examining the job market and looking for areas that are expanding, developing, or changing.
One of the dirty secrets of public speaking is that audiences don’t remember much of what you say. I’ve…
By Chuck Russo
What do you want to do after your career in law enforcement? If you haven’t started planning for your career transition, there are many tools and services available to help you. Here are the steps you should take now to determine what career is a good fit for you and what experience and education you will need to successfully transition to a new career after law enforcement.
By Chris Davis
An AMU criminal justice professor shares how he transitioned from a career in the military to law enforcement and then again to a career as a teacher. Here’s what he recommends for other police officers who are considering pursuing a career in academics.
*This article is part of In Public Safety’s September focus on career transitions* See original article HERE! By Kristen…
Working as an intelligence analyst is an exciting and challenging career. AMU professor Dr. Valerie E. Davis writes about how aspiring analysts must develop and perfect these four core abilities.
Whether you are retiring from the military, transitioning from the classroom, or simply looking to move into the public service field, identifying and communicating your military service and other skills to potential employers is essential. However, translating your skills can be a daunting task. While you may possess the necessary experience, not properly communicating what you have to offer can be detrimental to your job search. Here are some tips and advice on how to communicate your skills to employers.