Military Transition News:
November / December 2014
On the battlefield, they were an illustrious cadre of military leaders that set themselves apart with acts of valor, leadership, perseverance and ingenuity.
And now in the worlds of business, politics, non-profit organizations and educational institutions, these service members and veterans continue to excel, bringing a high level of professionalism and can-do attitudes to their new careers.
They are the Top 40 Under 40 Military, an annual selection of 40 Soldiers, Airmen, Marines and Sailors who are under the age of 40 and have distinguished themselves above their peers in both their military and civilian environments.
J.W. Marriott, Jr. is Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Marriott International, Inc., one of the world’s largest lodging companies. To help commemorate the Top 40 Under 40 Military issue and Veterans Day, MTN caught up with Mr. Marriott and asked him for his advice for transitioning military and veterans.
You’re making the military transition and searching for a civilian job. Whether you’ve been waiting for this moment for years or have had it unceremoniously thrust upon you for one reason or another, the basic hopes are the same.
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The transition to civilian life is fraught with change. Here are the top five things you should do the minute you transition to set yourself up for financial security.
JDog Junk Removal is a full-service junk removal franchise offered exclusively to veterans, active-duty members of the United States Military and their family members. The company is the only U.S. franchise business devoted solely to military veterans and their families.
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A 2002 graduate of the United States Naval Academy, Eric Boone’s goal was to one day command his own ship. Boone, now 34, became CEO of the Hartford Parking Authority in 2013.
As many a stay-at-home spouse will attest, it’s not easy to create a resume when you haven’t been paid for your services for a lengthy period of time. Here are four tips for the former stay-at-home spouse.
When TAP first appeared 20-plus years ago, it ran for five hours and participation was voluntary. Now it takes a week and attendance is mandatory, although retirees may opt out. The mission and content of TAP is important, but you might miss out on some critical information, especially in the job hunting and interviewing components of the program.
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Bradley-Morris answers questions from transitioning military job seekers.
Q: I read that Zappos doesn’t even post jobs. Instead they use their employees and social networks to attract potential employees. How many businesses do this and how do I get into a company like Zappos if I don’t know anyone?
Article Sponsored by: Crestcom
In the upcoming issues of MTN, we will be listing everything a service member needs to know about transitioning, from A to Z.
This month, we tackle “S” and “T”.
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