Making the transition to civilian life and work comes with several factors worthy of consideration: to what extent does military service matter to a prospective employer? Is there a culture of veteran hiring?
By Leischen Stelter
Who is more qualified than a police officer to write crime fiction? Learn about the challenges Bob Martin, a 32-year veteran of the NYPD, faced on his journey to become a published author and what advice he has for other officers who want to become writers.
By Leischen Stelter
One of the greatest challenges for service members is making the leap from a career in the military to one in the civilian work force. This Veterans Day, learn key pieces of advice from elite veterans and find out what organizations are available to assist you in your career transition.
By Dr. James Burch
How do individuals working in the intelligence community become a leader when they are not necessarily “in charge” and what’s the best way for them to operate as part of a complex and stressful crisis-response environment? Learn what skills and core competencies will be required for the next generation of intelligence leaders.
By Jennifer Bourgeois
Once you’ve had your “aha moment,” the work has only just begun to turn that dream into reality. Jennifer Bourgeois, an AMU criminal justice professor, shares her experience and advice on how you can get started.
This month, the School of Business at American Military University (AMU) introduced seven new degree and certificate programs. These new undergraduate and graduate programs are designed to enhance your skills in business analytics, technical management and accounting.
Are you looking for a career in intelligence or national security? AMU is hosting a national security virtual career fair on August 25. Check out the list of employers who are looking to hire qualified graduates and alumni.
By Matthew Loux
Are you considering retiring from law enforcement? Before you do, be sure you fully understand these elements of your financial situation.
The Wounded Warrior Project’s board picked Retired Maj. Gen. Charles Fletcher to step in as interim chief operating officer so he would – in the words of the board chairman – “restore trust” in the Jacksonville-based charity.